Vicks nasal sprays have been recalled from markets in the United States, Germany and the United Kingdom, after it was learnt that they contained a dangerous bacteria.
A routine testing procedure in Germany found the spray could contain the bacteria B. cepacia.
The bacteria can cause serious infections in people with a weak immune system or with lung conditions.
"The Procter and Gamble Company announced it is voluntarily recalling three lots of its Vicks Sinex nasal spray in three countries: the United States, Germany and the United Kingdom," the Daily Express quoted a statement on Vicks' website as stating.
It added: "The company said it is taking this precautionary step after finding the bacteria B. cepacia in a small amount of product made at its plant in Gross Gerau, Germany.
"There have been no reports of illness. However, the bacteria could cause serious infections for individuals with a compromised immune system, or those with chronic lung conditions, such as cystic fibrosis."
A total number of 120,000 sprays are reportedly being recalled in the three countries even though there have been no reports of anyone falling ill.
The company statement added: "P and G detected this problem during routine quality control at the plant and promptly took action.
"The company analysis to date shows this problem is limited to a single batch of raw material mixture involving three lots of product. These three lots were sold only in the United States, Germany and the United Kingdom."
A helpline number has been provided to consumers too.