It’s a moms and dad’s task to stress over whatever when it pertains to their kid’s security. Sometimes, those concerns end up being unproven. Others, like in this mother’s case, show a moms and dad’s instinct right.
Last month, WJAR-TV reported on a mama from Barrington, Rhode Island, who was worried about the active ingredients in her six-year-old child’s vanity case from Claire’s. After sending it to an independent screening laboratory in North Carolina, Kristi Warner got scary info. The results revealed that the set consisted of tremolite asbestos, a harmful product which if swallowed or breathed in can result in lung cancer and mesothelioma cancer. What’s even worse is that when Warner purchased 17 other Claire’s makeup items from various states and had them checked, tremolite asbestos was discovered in all of them.
In action, the seller pulled 9 makeup items, mentioning they “have taken the precautionary measure of pulling the items in question from sale, and will be conducting an immediate investigation into the alleged issue.”
“We have retained an independent laboratory to test the cited products in order to determine whether the recent news reports are accurate,” the business additionaled December27 “In the interim we have stopped sales of the products and are issuing full refunds to concerned customers. As always, the safety of our customers and products is our top priority.”
Since then, Claire’s states 2 licensed independent laboratories have actually discovered their items to be asbestos totally free.
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