A sunscreen in the state of Texas is being called back for its harming of individuals using it. Here's what is known at the time of writing.

Details Of Sunscreen Recall In Texas

The product in question, as revealed by the US Food and Drug Administration, is Suntegrity Impeccable Skin Sunscreen Foundation. The main reason for rescinding of the product is a dangerous amount of Aspergillus Sydowii being found in mentioned item. The symptoms caused by the fungus are many.

If an individual is exposed to it, there is potential for an allergic reaction. If the sunscreen is placed upon wounds that are open or skin that is sunburned, a primary fungal skin infection may happen. If the item gets into one's eyes, eye infections are possible.

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If someone gets primary skin infection from Aspergillus Sydowii, they should seek medical attention as soon as possible.

Lots Recalled By Suntegrity Skincare

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Per the release from the FDA, the following lot numbers were taken off shelves in stores:

- 107IV
- 107NU
- 109NU
- 117BU
- 113SA
- 114SA
- 106BR
- 101MO

These were removed as a precaution after the findings of Lot 115BU having the fungus. The product can identified by its 2 oz orange tubes, with the label of helping fend off sunburn.

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