Posted on Jun 12, 2009

After its inspection of Clarcon's skin care products revealed signifcant departures from accepted FDA guidelines, and that several of their products, which were wrongly advertised as being antimicrobial, were in fact defective and unsafe because they were tainted and/or contaminated with disease-causing bacteria, the FDA issued a warning to the public, urging them to immediately discard any such products.

In the event anyone has been injured or suffered side effects from using these defective products, these results should be reported to the FDA's Adverse Event Reporting system.

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