March 15, 2000Gabriel Skin Care Distributors,
Inc. Recall Blemish Control Gels, Washes and Scrubs
Westlake, OH (SafetyAlerts) - The Food and Drug
Administration (FDA) today reported that Gabriel Skin Care Distributors, Inc. is recalling
Blemish Control Gel, washes and scrubs because of misbranding and failure to perform
active ingredient testing.
The recalled OTC items are packed in
32 and 64-ounce plastic jars used for the treatment of facial acne, distributed under the
Gabriel SkinCare label:
a) Blemish Control Gel 2.5%, in 32 ounce jars, Lot Number 3612.
b) Blemish Control Gel 5%, in 32-ounce jars, Lot Number 3435.
c) Blemish Control Gel 10%, in 32-ounce jars, Lot Number 3582.
d) Blemish Wash, in 64-ounce jars, Lot Number 3312.
e) Blemish Scrub, in 64-ounce jars. Lot Number 3200 and 3569.
188 jars were distributed nationwide
and in Puerto Rico
This ongoing Class III recall
was initiated by Gabriel Skin Care by letter on February 11, 2000. This is the first
public notice issued by the FDA.
Questions concerning this recall may
be directed to the FDA at 1-888-INFO-FDA.
FDA Recall #d-235/239-0
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