Popular baby cream taken off market

Consumers are asked to return it to the store.

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January 7, 2018 01:23
Popular baby cream taken off market

Newborn baby. (photo credit: INGIMAGE)

The Health Ministry has stopped the marketing of a popular baby cream, Adinol Enriched Cream for Baby with Aloe Vera and Chamomile. The ministry said on Thursday that it was informed by the manufacturer, Emilia Cosmetics, and the marketer, Teva Pharmaceuticals, that it contains propylparaben, which was “not manufactured in accordance with a license approved by the ministry.” The public is advised not to use the cream, as its “composition and quality are unknown.” Consumers are asked to return it to the store. For more information, contact Adinol at (03) 754-5953 beginning on Sunday, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.


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