Stop Using Neutrogena and Aveeno Spray Sunscreen, J&J Warns (webMD.com)

July 15, 2021
Adam Friedman, MD, FAAD

Consumers should stop using certain brands of spray-on sunscreen products made by Johnson & Johnson. The company has issued a voluntarily recall after finding low levels of benzene, a known cancer-causing agent, in some samples. Dr. Adam Friedman, professor, and chair of the department of dermatology explains the possible risks related to the manufacturing of these specific products that include benzene.

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