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FULLBEAUTY Brands Recalls Children’s Nightgowns Due to Violation of Federal Flammability Standard (Recall Alert)

  • FULLBEAUTY “daughter Henley” children’s nightgowns
Name of Product:
Children’s nightgowns

The nightgowns fail to meet federal flammability standards for children’s sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injuries to children.

Recall Date:
October 04, 2016
About 31,500
Consumer Contact

FULLBEAUTY Brands at 800-313-8803 from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, email or online at and click on Recall Information for more information.

Recall Details


This recall involves girl’s Dreams & Co.® by FULLBEAUTY Brands knit cotton jersey “daughter Henley” styled nightgown. The nightgowns have picot edge trim and a button placket on the center front of the chest. The nightgowns were sold in children’s sizes: 6/6X, 7/8 and 10/12 in the following five different prints. The style number is printed on the side seam label of the nightgown.


Color Name

Style Number

Dark Navy Snowmen


Sky Blue Hot Cocoa


Pink Scotties


Chocolate Cookies


Violet Snowflake


White Candy Cane



Consumers should immediately take the recalled nightgowns away from children and contact the firm for instructions on receiving a full refund or a company gift card for 125% of the purchase price. The firm is contacting consumers that purchased the recalled nightgowns.


None reported

Sold Exclusively Online, www.jessicalondon, and from August 2009 through July 2016 for between $13 and $20.

Manufactured In:

FULLBEAUTY Brands L.P., of New York

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