J&J Mouthwash Gets a Stinker

by Medindia Content Team on  April 13, 2007 at 6:27 PM General Health News
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J&J Mouthwash Gets a Stinker
Washington - Facing complaints of contamination, Johnson and Johnson, manufacturers of Listerine Agent Cool Blue plaque-detecting rinse meant for children, has been recalled after tests showed that it contained microorganisms.

No health problems arising out of its use have been reported yet. Many outlets have stocked this brand. The company has begun communicating to Dental professionals about the problem and the public has been cautioned against using this mouthwash.

For those consumers who have already purchased the mouthwash, the company proposes to refund them with the cost of the mouthwash. However, consumers must notify the company at the following number: 1-888-222-0249 . The UPC code and the label present on the back of the packaging should be mailed to the company.



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