Do you usually use baby wipes? Some of the Mixa brand are subject to a recall. Discover the incriminated batches and the reason for this alert.
Practical for cleaning babies outdoors, wipes are often popular with parents of young children. If you have purchased one recently, be aware that a model of the Mixa brand is subject to a recall, announces the government platform Rappel Conso.
Wipes sold in Stokomani and Sacha Destock stores
These wipes, sold throughout Europe, were marketed in Stokomani and Sacha Destock stores from May 9 to July 28, 2023, under the name of Mixa baby 72 ultra-soft wipes with cleansing water. Sold individually or in packs of four, these wipes have a batch number to identify them, the KPU51E, present on the packaging.
Mixa baby wipes with cleansing water – Mixa baby
Risks: Other biological contaminants
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What are the risks associated with these wipes?
According to the Rappel Conso site, these wipes are contaminated with a “bacterium capable of causing, in exceptional cases, bacterial infections in certain people such as immunocompromised subjects or those suffering from cystic fibrosis”.
It is therefore advisable for all people who have this product at home not to use it or no longer use it and to bring it back to the point of sale for a refund. A number has been set up for more information, it is 08.00.11.17.77. The recall procedure runs until Saturday, September 2, 2023.