Babyganics Recalls Selected Bubble Baths Due To Potential Contamination
The SC Johnson brand is providing full refunds to consumers who purchased the chamomile verbena Bubble Bath products, which may contain a bacterium that is potentially harmful to the immunocompromised and those with broken or irritated skin, “such as diaper rash.”
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