May 10, 2000Bath & Body Works Recalls
Foam Burst Moisturizing Body Wash
New Albany, OH (SafetyAlerts) - Bath & Body Works,
Inc. announced that it has voluntarily recalled its Foam Burst Moisturizing Body Wash
products from its Bath & Body Works stores. If the Foam Burst product is not used in
accordance with the directions for use printed on the label, the gel, when dispensed, can
inadverently be sprayed into the eyes, resulting in potential temporary eye irritation.
The Foam Burst product is shower cleansing gel
that changes into foam immediately after dispensing.
The Foam Burst product was sold at Bath & Body
Works retail stores nationawide in a 6.8-ounce aerosol container in the following
fragrances: Cucumber Melon, Sun-Ripened Raspberry, Plumeria, Juniper Breeze, Pearberry,
Freesia, Country Apple, Sparkling Green Apple, Daffodil Fields, Tangerine Spice and
In response to the company's concerns for its
customers, Bath & Body Works has developed a new dispenser for the Foam Burst product,
which it will introduce shortly. In the meantime, Bath & Body Works recommends that
customers discontinue use of the old Foam Burst product and return it to any Bath &
Body Works store.
Bath & Body Works always provides its
customers with a 100% guarantee of satisfaction on all products and will provide refunds
to consumers on any returned product, including the Foam Burst product.
Due to customer demand, Bath & Body Works is
pleased to announce that this summer it will reintroduce its Foam Burst product, using the
new dispensers, in all Fragrances. Bath & Body Works will also put its new dispenser
on a men's line of Foam Burst products to be introduced later this month.
Consumers who have questions about the product may
contact the company at 1-800-395-1001, Monday to Friday between the hours of 8:30 to 5:00
Eastern Standard Time.
Notice of this product warning was sent via email
to SafeMail subscribers May 10,
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