Health Canada recalling another three hand sanitizers over technical alcohol

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For at least the ninth time since the pandemic began, Health Canada is recalling a number of hand sanitizers over the kind of alcohol they contain.

The agency says these sanitizers contain technical-grade ethanol, which could be harmful if ingested.

Officials are worried about the possibility of small children accidentally eating some of the sanitizer.

It’s a similar recall to the one they issued on Wednesday.

The latest recall covers the following products:

  • BioOrigin Pure Hands Antibacterial Hand Gel by Mineral Origin Inc. (Expiry dates of October and November 2021)
  • BioOrigin Pure Hands Purifying Hand Cleansing Gel by Mineral Origin Inc. (No expiry date listed)
  • Opti-Max Opti-Pure by Les Produits Optimax Inc. (Expiry of May 2022)

Back in March, Health Canada loosened some of the restrictions regarding hand sanitizers, but it’s not clear if the recalls are related to that temporary policy.

Click here to view the growing list of hand sanitizers Health Canada says you shouldn’t be using.

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