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Recalled Essential Oils Pose Poison Risk For Small Children

Airome is recalling 62,700 Wintergreen essential oils, Deep Soothe essential oil, and 100% Pure & Natural Therapeutic Grade essential oils because the product “is not in child-resistant packaging and contains methyl salicylate, which is poisonous if swallowed,” according to the U.S. Product Safety Commission Service (CPCS) notice.

The affected products were sold nationwide at home specialty stores, like HomeGoods, and online at Amazon.com from December 2016 through July 2019.

Consumers are warned to keep the product away from children. Contact the company for a child-resistant cap at B&B Acquisition at 800-262-2305 or email info@airome.com.

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