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Thousands of mehndi, or henna, cones are being recalled throughout Canada after stories of chemical burns.

About 20,022 Shakeel Bhai Mehndi Waley Bridal Special Henna Cone merchandise have been distributed by retailers throughout the nation between June 2015 and May 2017.

Health Canada says the merchandise are generally discovered at ethnic shops.

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The well being company highlights three Canadian importers of the product:

  • TAHA International Inc. in Montreal
  • Nutrifresh West Ltd. in Calgary
  • Pak National Foods Ltd. in B.C.

Health Canada provides that there could also be different importers of the product across the nation, which is manufactured in Pakistan by the corporate S.Y. & Sons.

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The product was first recalled in April 2017, after it was found that the henna inside incorporates phenol, a pores and skin sensitizer that may produce chemical burns. Phenol prohibited in Canada.

Health Canada stated in a launch this week that there have been two stories of burns associated to the cones.

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Consumers who’ve this product ought to cease utilizing it instantly and throw it out.

Retailers have additionally been reminded by the well being company that it’s unlawful to promote cosmetics or different merchandise that include prohibited substances in Canada.

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