Retailer Claire’s pulls makeup from the shelves over asbestos concerns

LOS ANGELES — Claire’s, that sells valuables and accessories targeted to immature women, has pulled some of a makeup products off a shelves, due to reports of cancer-producing asbestos. 

The association sensitively announced a remember Saturday on a Twitter page, and put out a after statement. “We have taken a precautionary magnitude of pulling a equipment in doubt from sale … Once we have some-more information and have a formula of a review we will take a required action. If we have equipment we wish to lapse in a halt duration we will emanate a refund.”

Earlier this year tradesman Justice also removed cosmetics after a Durham, N.C., TV hire pronounced a product had poisonous substances, including asbestos.

Exposure to asbestos, once ordinarily used for building insulation, has been found to lead to certain forms of cancers and tumors on inner organs.

In Providence, R.I., internal TV hire WPRI reached out to Claire’s after a internal law clerk, whose organisation specializes in asbestos litigation, has makeup tested from a retailer, and found asbestos.

“You assume that when you’re purchasing it, it is safe,” Kristiana Warner said. Claire’s is formed in Pembroke Pines, Fla. 

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Claire’s hotline is open from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. EDT, 800-804-7194. 

Here’s a list of a products being pulled.


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