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ADM Brett P. Giroir Oct 20
The Manufacturer of Johnson’s Baby Powder has issued a recall of lot in 22 oz (623 g) bottles because FDA testing indicated this product could be contaminated with asbestos.
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U.S. FDA Oct 18
⚠ FDA advises consumers to stop using Johnson’s Baby Powder lot in 22 oz (623 g) bottles due to possible contamination with asbestos.
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Amy Wood 7 News Oct 18
The recalled 22-ounce baby powder bottles will have lot written on the bottle. via WSPA7
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IDPH Oct 21
The FDA is alerting of a voluntary recall by Johnson & Johnson of Johnson’s Baby Powder, testing has found products contain chrysotile fibers, a type of asbestos. Consumers who have Johnson’s Baby Powder lot should stop using it immediately.
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Livemint Oct 18
Johnson & Johnson is voluntarily recalling the lot, , which consists of 33,000 bottles
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Roni Rabin Oct 18
Johnson & Johnson 33,000 bottles of Powder that FDA says contain traces of . Recall is Lot sold online and maybe in stores as well.
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Finney's Pharmacy Nov 7
For anyone who uses Johnson's Baby Powder, be aware there was a recall! The affected lot is . Follow the link for more information!
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Haley Clawson KESQ Oct 25
BABY POWDER USERS --> Johnson & Johnson is recalling 33,000 bottles due to asbestos concerns in the 22oz. bottle. "People with a bottle of the powder from lot are advised to stop using the product and can contact the company for a refund."
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WFLA NEWS Oct 18
RECALL ALERT ⚠️ Johnson and Johnson is recalling some of its baby powder after it was found to be contaminated with asbestos. If you or someone you know owns a bottle of Johnson’s Baby Powder Lot , please stop using the product.
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Saidat #SodusTrends Oct 19
People who own a bottle of Johnson's Baby Powder from Lot should stop using it, Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc. said in a release announcing the recall. . The company is facing a slew of lawsuits from…
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JS Oct 29
Notification of Johnson's voluntary recall of Lot due to FDA test indicating trace of asbestos contamination on Oct 18, 2019. Where's the on bottle? Try check the bottleneck.
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The North Platte Telegraph Oct 18
Johnson & Johnson is voluntarily recalling lot of their baby powder after traces of asbestos were found in a sample, and encouraging those who bought it to discontinue use of it.
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GreenMissionPossible Oct 22
Asbestos: Johnson's Baby Powder Lot If you are using J&J ... trash it and cut your ties with a company that cares 100% about their bottom line and ZERO about your health.
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4mothers R&R Oct 23
Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Powder is being recalled after the FDA detected asbestos. Despite the low levels of asbestos, Lot of Johnson’s Baby Powder has been recalled.
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WQAD Oct 25
Check your baby powder! If you have a bottle of the powder from lot you're advised to stop using the product and can contact the company for a refund.
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Channing Frampton Oct 18
If you or someone you provide care for owns a bottle of Johnson’s Baby Powder Lot , you are advised to discontinue use of the product. via
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Kelly Woods Lynch Oct 18
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shame Oct 18
J&J have recalled Lot batch of baby powder as asbestos found within.
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Johnson's Baby Oct 31
Replying to @Burberrygirlj
Hi Lisa! We understand your concerns and offer both cornstarch and talc powders. At Johnson’s, we are committed to the highest safety standards. We have initiated a voluntary recall of Lot out of an abundance of caution. Visit for more info.
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Diane Shears Oct 29
CONSUMER ALERT: If you've got a bottle of J&J Baby Powder from lot , DON'T USE IT and contact the company for a refund... "Johnson & Johnson Recalls 33,000 Baby Powder Bottles After Finding Asbestos In Them"
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