Kao USA Inc. recalls some Jergens Ultra Healing Moisturizer products because they may be contaminated with germs that could harm persons with certain health conditions.
3oz and 10oz bottles are included in the recall. According to the FDA, the goods could test positive for Pluralibacter gergoviae, a bacteria that presents no risk to healthy persons. People with certain medical conditions, such as compromised immune systems, may be more vulnerable to infections.
Giving Codes who have recalled products
Lot codes for the 10-ounce size (UPC 019100109988) are ZU722741, ZU722781, ZU732791, ZU732811, ZU722771, ZU732781, ZU732801, and ZU732821, which are printed in black ink on the bottom of the container.
Consumers who have the recalled products can get a free product coupon by calling 1-800-742-8798. You will receive a postage-paid label and a plastic bag in the mail to return the merchandise.
By calling 1-888-463-6332 or visiting the FDA’s MedWatch website, you can report any health problems caused by using the recalled goods to the FDA’s MedWatch Program.
According to Kao USA Inc., the investigation into the size of the problem is ongoing, and the company is working to improve cleaning and sanitization methods to avoid future problems.
As a precaution,
Consumers should stop using the recalled lotion with the detailed lot information below.