Church and Dwight are recalling two batches of Curash Nappy Rash Cream, following reports of adverse reactions. Reports include increased skin sensitivity, redness and/or rash following application of the product.
The affected batch numbers are 1118263 and 1116727.
If you are using Curash Nappy Rash Cream, check the batch number on the tube. It is on the end as shown below:
If the product is from one of the affected batches, you should stop using it immediately.
Return it to the place of purchase for a refund or return it to Church and Dwight to receive a $10 gift card by sending it to:
If you have been using the product and there is a reaction such as skin sensitivity, redness and/or rash, these symptoms may be reduced after the affected skin is washed with water.
If you have any questions or concerns, contact the Church and Dwight customer support team on 1800 222 099 or your health professional.
What should suppliers do?
Pharmacies, other retailers and wholesalers are advised to inspect stock immediately and quarantine all units from the affected batches. All unsold units of the affected batches will be removed from the market.
The TGA cannot give advice about an individual's medical condition. You are strongly encouraged to talk with a health professional if you are concerned about a possible adverse event associated with a medicine or vaccine.
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