A sunscreen popular with parents as a natural alternative for their babies and kids is being pulled off shelves. W.S. Badger Company has joined forces with the FDA to recall thousands of bottles of Badger Baby Sunscreen and Badger Kids' Sunscreen after identifying microbial contamination to the lotion parents use to keep their babies safe from the sun.
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1. The recall applies to all lots of Badger's 4-ounce SPF 30 Baby Sunscreen Lotion and one lot of its 4-ounce SPF 30 Kids' Sunscreen Lotion.
3. No adverse reactions have been reported; however, parents are being asked to stop using the sunscreen immediately. If they have noticed any reactions, parents are asked to report them immediately to FDA’s MedWatch Adverse Event Reporting Program.
4. The affected sunscreens include SPF 30 Baby Sunscreen Lotion 4oz (UPC: 634084490091 & 634084490114) Lot #’s 3024A, 3057B, 3063A, 3063B, 3132A, 3133A, and SPF 30 Kids' Sunscreen Lotion (UPC: 634084490145 & 634084490169) Lot # 3164A. The UPC and lot codes can be found on the top front of the tube crimp.
5. Recalled sunscreens can be returned to the retailer for a refund, or parents should call the Badger company, 1-800-603-6100, between the hours of 8:30 to 4:30 ET, Monday through Friday, or email them at email@example.com.
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