Name of product:
Spray Mousse Foam Cans
The aerosol container's liner can corrode over time, posing a risk of the cans rupturing and expelling its contents.
For additional information, contact Redken toll-free at (888) 241-9504 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, or visit the firm's website at www.redken.com
Report an Incident Involving this Product
About 1 million
This recall involves Redken Guts 10 Volume Spray Mousse Foam sold in 10.58- and 2-ounce size cans. The hair styling product was sold in a silver container with black writing. "Redken" and "10" are printed on the front of the product. The product can be identified by a lot code printed on the bottom of the can. Lot codes included in this recall include:
- Any can with lot codes that does not contain a G or H as the third digit
- Any can with the following lot codes: 32G10Y, 32G11Y, 32G20Y, 32G21Y, 32G23Y, 32G40Y, 32G41Y, 32G60Y, 32G61Y, 32G62Y, 32G70Y
Redken has received 41 reports of cans rupturing. No injuries have been reported.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled mousse, record the product's lot code then discard the contents by spraying it into a waste container in a well ventilated area. Prior to disposing of the container, consumers should obtain the lot code from the container, then contact Redken for information on receiving a refund of the purchase price.
Hair salons and beauty supply stores nationwide from January 1998 through February 2011 for between $4 and $16.
Redken 5th Avenue NYC of New York, NY
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