Health Canada recalls more hand sanitizers over technical-grade alcohol

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Health Canada is recalling more hand sanitizers because they may contain stronger alcohol than what is currently allowed in the country.

They say another six sanitizers are being pulled from store shelves since they are made with ethanol or denaturants.

According to the agency, these kinds of sanitizers are unfit for human consumption and they’re worried that small children could be hurt after unintentionally eating some.

The new sanitizers are being pulled after dozens of other products were recalled over the presence of industrial-grade alcohol.

The latest recalls cover the following products:

  • Dermogen by Inter Cosmetiques Inc. (Expiry of May 2022)
  • Hand Sanitizer by JIS Enterprises Inc. – DBA JIS Specialty Products (Expiry of April 2022)
  • KS-Progel Plus by Delta Pharma Inc. (Expiry of April 2022)
  • Sanatouch by Bio Organics Solution Corp. (Expiry of April 2022)
  • Upstreet Do Gooder Hand Sanitizer 65% by Upstreet Craft Brewing (Expiry of April 2022)
  • Upstreet Do Gooder Hand Sanitizer 85% by Upstreet Craft Brewing (Expiry of April 2022)

Click here for more info on the ongoing recalls.

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