Mold Contamination in Emo-Cort 2.5% Lotion

As consumers, we expect GlaxoSmithKline to be marketing mold along the lines of, oh, say, penicillin.

We do not expect to see GlaxoSmithKline (or their ilk) in the FDA recalls list for selling Eczema lotion contaminated with mold. So if you happened to purchase Emo-Cort 2.5% Lotion that turned brown or had a brown substance, you should be able to get your money back, or maybe go to court, depending on just what kind of brownish mold it is.

The lot number being recalled is 5R6. For those with weakened immune systems, the mold may cause “local or more widespread infection from the mold contamination.”

If you’re in California, you might want to give us a call and see about getting an assessment from Byebyemold.

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