Claire’s Stores Inc. announced on Tuesday, that they are voluntarily recalling three of their cosmetic products after they tested positive for asbestos.
The asbestos was found during FDA testing of Claire’s Eyeshadow, SKU #84716, Lot No. 08/17, Claire’s Compact Powder, SKU #83915, Lot No. 07/15, and Claire’s Contour Palette, SKU #40194, Lot No. 04/17. Although Claire’s has removed these products from their stores, consumers who have these should stop using them. Those who have already made purchases of any of the three products can return them for a store refund.
Asbestos is naturally occurring and many times is found near talc, which is used in many cosmetic products. “Asbestos is a known carcinogen and its health risks are well-documented,” FDA officials explained. “During talc mining, if talc mining sites are not selected carefully and steps are taken to purify the talc ore sufficiently, the talc may be contaminated with asbestos.” The FDA said that they are not aware of any adverse reactions associated with exposure to these Claire’s products.
Health care professionals and consumers are encouraged to report any adverse events potentially related to Claire’s Eye Shadow, Compact Powder, and Contour Palette to FDA’s MedWatch Adverse Event Reporting program by:
- Completing and submitting the report online at MedWatch Online Voluntary Reporting Form
- Downloading and completing the form, then submitting it via fax at 1-800-FDA-0178
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