February 9, 2001Soroko Facial Spray Recalled for
NJ (SafetyAlerts) - Soroko Inc. said
today it is recalling Rejuvenating Mist facial spray because the product may be
contaminated with Psuedomonas sp.
Soroko has not received any reports of illness to date.
The product has a green label that says "Soroko, Inc." and identifies Blade
Laboratories of Ontario, Canada as the manufacturer.
According to a company press release the product was distributed mainly in New York, New
Jersey, Texas, Mexico, Scotland, and Canada.
In January, laboratory tests showed that samples of the spray were contaminated with
pseudomonas, bacteria that can cause serious infection in humans, particularly if it gets
into open wounds. If introduced into the eyes, such as from a facial spray, pseudomonas
can cause vision-damaging infection.
Consumers should discard the product immediately or return it to where it was purchased.
Consumers with questions can call the company at 1-973-472-6501 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.
EST Monday through Saturday.
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