Recall on toxic hand sanitiser sold on eBay and AliBaba – Amazon Selling

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Trading Standards have issued a recall on two alcohol hand sanitisers including a toxic hand sanitiser that were being sold on online marketplaces. Both sanitisers in question (Ibcccndc & Yucky hands) are being recalled for containing insufficient amounts of ethanol, meaning they don’t actually kill bacteria or viruses and Ibcccndc also contains methanol (measured value: 37.4 % by weight), which is acutely toxic to the central nervous system and to the eyes.

According to the report, the sanitiser was still being sold just two days ago so you might want to check if you’ve recently purchased either of the two, if you have stop using them and if you see them online do not buy them. After the announcement of the highly toxic contents of Ibcccndc,

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