Procter & Gamble recalls three dozen aerosol hair products after cancer causing chemical was found in them

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Procter & Gamble recalls three dozen aerosol hair products after cancer causing chemical was found in them

Procter & Gamble issued a voluntary recall Friday of nearly three dozen aerosol hair products Friday after benzene was found in them.

The company said in a release on the FDA website that it began a full review of its aerosol products after “recent reports that indicated traces of benzene.”

“The vast majority of our products are not part of this recall, including mousses, hairsprays, liquid shampoos, liquid conditioners, styling products, treatments, and unaffected aerosol dry shampoo sprays,” P&G said.

The recall covers 32 dry shampoo and dry conditioner products from popular brands such as Pantene, Herbal Essence, Aussie and Old Spice.

P&G is offering reimbursement for customers who fill out claim forms and provide proof of purchase for the products on its list.

Visit the FDA page for the full list of recalled items –

https://www.fda.gov/safety/recalls-market-withdrawals-safety-alerts/pg-issues-voluntary-recall-aerosol-dry-conditioner-spray-products-and-aerosol-dry-shampoo-spray?fbclid=IwAR0T86PddMHpV9aQVplJTnLQUJ3JcZDHYYCou-0XEf8kSkHpdDEFHWXHwlg#recall-photos

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