Pressure from the build-up of carbon dioxide in the jars of Bath Bombs/Balls or Bath Fizzies that come with the kits can cause the unvented lids to blow off, posing explosion and projectile hazards. The flying pieces can also cause property damage. Additionally, the mixture of water and the Bath Bombs/Balls or Bath Fizzies can create citric acid. This acid can get into users' eyes when the jars explode, posing a risk of eye irritation.
This children's product was originally recalled in January 2009. Since that time, there have been additional injuries caused by the Spa Factory Spa Fantasy Aromatherapy Fountain & Bath Benefits Kits. This led JAKKS Pacific to make another recall of 516,000 Spa Factory Aromatherapy Fountain & Bath Benefits Kits. This recall includes the following models: Spa Factory Bath Benefits Kit model 37836 with UPC code 22876-37836-6, Spa Factory Deluxe Spa Fantasy Aromatherapy Fountain model 37908 with UPC code 22876-37908-0, Spa Factory Spa Fantasy Aromatherapy Fountain model 37837 with UPC code 22876-37837-3, Spa Factory Spa Fantasy Aromatherapy Fountain model 54892 with UPC code 22876-54892-9, and Spa Factory Spa Fantasy Aromatherapy Fountain model 54857 with UPC code 22876-54857-8.
Sam's Club, Wal-Mart, Target and other stores nationwide from August 2008 through August 2010. They sold for between $13 and $50 and continue to be available in some stores.
What To Do:
Immediately take the toy's jars and caps without vent holes away from children, dispose of any jar lids without vent holes, and contact JAKKS Pacific to receive free jar lids with vent holes. Contact JAKKS toll-free at 877-875-2557 between 7:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. PT Monday through Friday, visit myspafactory.com, or e-mail email@example.com
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