Reken Recalls Mousse: Cans Have Been Rupturing
Redken hair care company has recalled more than 1 million cans of its spray mousse over concerns that the cans may rupture.
The company said the aerosol container liner of the Guts 10 volume spray mousse foam can corrode over time.
Redken has received 41 reports of cans rupturing, but no injuries have been reported. The recall covered the 10.58 and 2 ounce cans, which were sold at salons from January 1998 through February.
Hair salons and beauty supply stores sold the mousse nationwide from January 1998 through February 2011 for between $4 and $16. It was made in the United States.
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.
For additional information, contact Redken at 888-241-9504 or visit the company's website at www.redken.com.
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