Johnson & Johnson is voluntarily recalling around 33,000 bottles of baby powder after a small amount of asbestos was found, the company announced Friday.
The contamination was found in a single bottle of Johnson’s baby powder purchased from an online retailer. The company issued the recall “out of an abundance of caution.” Johnson & Johnson says it is working with the FDA to find out how the bottle became contaminated.
Two previous tests, including one last month, found no asbestos, the company said. Anyone who purchased a bottle of Johnson’s Baby Powder Lot #22318RB is advised to not use the product.