The product to watch out for is Babyganics 20 oz. The chamomile verbena foam bath has lot codes Y314 and Y315.
Bubble baths have been on sale in the United States for the past two months.
The San Francisco-based company says the bacterium Pluralibacter gergoviae does not normally cause illness in healthy populations, but can be dangerous to people who are immunocompromised or have stretch marks or irritated skin (including including diaper rash).
No injuries have been reported.
“We take all risks, no matter how small, very seriously, so we voluntarily recall these bottles from retailers and ask consumers to determine if they have the affected product in their homes. by using this website or not,” the company said.
Babyganics says its testing did not show any other products containing the bacteria.
The company has set up a website for consumers to learn how to throw away the product and request a full refund.
The company said if anyone has been exposed to an affected product and feels unwell to contact a doctor. They also said consumers can contact the company’s safety specialists 24/7 at 833-359-6304.
“The health and safety of your family and your peace of mind is our top priority. We know we may have let you down. We’re taking all necessary steps to make sure we can. make sure it doesn’t happen again,” the company said.
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