FAROUK Systems Inc. recalls CHI Tea Tree Blow Dry Primer Lotion
Health Canada’s sampling and evaluation program revealed this recalled lotion contains the preservative methylisothiazolinone (MI) at a concentration exceeding the current limit set out by Health Canada. MI is a strong sensitizer which may pose a significant risk of inducing allergic reactions and skin irritation.
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