The Honest Company Recalls Baby Wipes for Potential Mold Contamination
The Honest Company has issued a voluntary recall of its baby wipes because some packages may contain mold. The company is offering a full refund.
Jessica Alba's The Honest Company has issued a voluntary recall of its baby wipes because packages might contain moldy wipes. It's unlikely the mold is any more dangerous than most household molds you might encounter, but customers should still check their homes for The Honest Company Wipes.
Recalled wipes from the natural beauty company include 10-count, 72-count, 288-count, and 576-count packages, and the wipes can also be found in Honest Diaper Cakes, Baby Basics Gift Sets, and Baby Arrival Gift Sets from The Honest Company. Affected UPC codes include:
- 10-count packages, UPC 0817810011276, 0816645024079, 0817810011276
- 72-count packages, UPC 0817810011863, 7000000011863, 0816645023584, 0816645023591
- 288-count packages, UPC 0817810014680
- 576-count packages, UPC 0817810028540
"We believe the affected product is not likely to cause adverse health consequences," the company posted on its website. "However, impacted wipes do have a spotted discoloration and the aesthetics are unacceptable."
To see whether your wipes are affected by the recall, check the lot number stamped on the back of the package. You can search lot numbers on The Honest Company's recall page or call the company at 888-862-8818 with questions.
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You can return the wipes to the store for a full refund if you do end up with a moldy batch.
Libby Ryan is Editorial Assistant for Parents.com.