Popular makeup concealer recalled from Sephora

A popular concealer has been recalled from makeup giant Sephora over fears it may cause skin or eye irritation.

A recall notice posted on the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission website says the sponge-tip applicator on the BECCA Cosmetics Light Shifter Brightening Concealer may grow mould.

“The affected products may cause skin or eye irritation and may pose a health risk to people with weakened immune systems,” the recall notice says.


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All shades with a 3.2 mL wand have been included in the recall and anyone who has purchased the product is being urged to stop using it immediately.

To check exactly which batches have been affected, click here.

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The concealer has been available for sale online and in Sephora stores across the country from 1 January 2020 – 5 May 2020.

Those who bought the product in-store are being encouraged to visit their nearest Sephora store with the product and proof of purchase for a full refund, while those who purchased the product online are being urged to email contact@sephora.com.au for a full refund in the original mode of payment.

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