The Leafree Hand Sanitizer Recall
It has been announced that CorgioMed recalls all lots of Leafree Instant Hand Sanitizer-Aloe Vera.
According to reports, the company labeled the product as “edible alcohol.”
Hand sanitizers are mainly intended for topical use. Thus, if someone ingests this product, it could result in alcohol toxicity. The symptoms of this dilemma could be a lack of coordination, slowed or slurred speech, drowsiness, and even coma.
The product being recalled comes in forms of 100 ml (UPC #6970495860325), 300 ml (UPC #69705860318), and 500 ml (UPC #6970495860301) bottles. Furthermore, this recalled product has been distributed nationwide via the CorgioMed website.
Have you purchased a Leafree Instant Hand Sanitizer Aloe Vera because the label says it’s edible? Tell us about your experience.
What You Need To Do
For consumers who may have additional questions about this recall, they can call CorgioMed at (301) 978-3898, or by email at email@example.com.
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