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Suntegrity Sunscreen Foundation Recalled for Microbial Contamination

Payam Javan: Skincare company Suntegrity is recalling certain lots of its “Impeccable Skin Sunscreen Foundation” due to a “higher than acceptable” microbiological mold count, specifically Aspergillus Sydowii. The recall involves nine lots of the sunscreen foundation in various shades, identified by specific lot numbers and expiration dates, after tests found the mold developed post-release. The affected products, packaged in 2-ounce orange tubes, were distributed online and in retail stores nationwide.

The recall notice from the FDA highlights the potential health risks associated with Aspergillus Sydowii contamination, including allergic skin reactions, primary fungal skin infections, and possible eye infections. Suntegrity initiated the recall after a customer reported a strong odor from one of the tubes, which led to further testing and discovery of the contamination. The company assures that products without the odor are unlikely to be contaminated, as initial tests were clear.

Suntegrity is conducting the recall out of caution and has notified distributors, retailers, and customers. No adverse events have been reported, but customers are urged to stop using the recalled products. Refunds, store credits, or replacements are available through Suntegrity’s website and retailers, with instructions for customers to provide proof of disposal of the affected items.

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