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Makeup Recalled After Testing Positive for Asbestos

On Friday, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced several Beauty Plus brand makeup products were being recalled after testing positive for asbestos. The recalled products included a beauty palette of colors, a bronzer, a shimmer bronzer and a matte blush:

  • Beauty Plus Global Inc. City Color Collection Matte Blush (Fuchsia), SKU # 849136008807, Lot No. 1605020 / PD-840
  • Beauty Plus Global Inc. City Color Cosmetics Timeless Beauty Palette, SKU # 849136012958, Lot No. 1510068 / PD-C864R
  • Beauty Plus Global Inc. City Color Bronzer (Sunset), SKU # 849136016017, Lot No. 160634 / PD-P712M
  • Beauty Plus Global Inc. Beauty Plus Global Inc. City Color Shimmer Bronzer (Caramel), SKU # 849136017106, Lot No. 1612112 / PD-840
Beauty Plus Global Recalled Cosmetic Products September 2019
Image: FDA

Consumers should stop using the products immediately and report adverse reactions to FDA’s MedWatch Adverse Reporting program using one of the following methods:

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