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Posted January 19, 2018

Flawless Beauty Shut Down, Company's Kits and Products Recalled

On January 19, 2018, Flawless Beauty, LLC issued a recall for all lots of nineteen products sold individually or together as part of its "whitening kits."  

The recall is being issued and the company is being shut down as part of a Consent Decree of Permanent Injunction ordered in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey.

The FDA believes that the recalled products present serious public health risks. To date the company has not received any notifications of adverse events.

The recalled products contained glutathione, and were sold in multi-vial whitening kits either alone or with ampules of vitamin C and sterile water.

  • Relumins Advanced Glutathione kits w/ 900mg vials

  • Relumins Advanced Glutathione kits w/ 1500mg vials

  • Relumins Advanced Glutathione kits w/ 3000 vials

  • Relumins Vitamin C Solvent ampules

  • Tatiomax Gluatathione Whitening kits w/ 1400mg vials

  • Saluta Glutathione Whitening kits w/ 600mg vials

  • Saluta Glutathione Whitening kits w/ 1200mg vials

  • Saluta Glutathione Whitening kits w/ 1800mg vials

  • Laroscorbine Platinum Vitamin C with Collagen — 1100mg

  • Tationil Glutathione Whitening 10 vial kits

  • Tationil Glutathione Whitening (5 sets of 10 vial kits)

  • Laennec Human Placenta Whitening kits — 2ml vials

  • Reiki Glutathione Whitening kits

  • TAD Glutathione Whitening kits w/ 600mg vials

  • TP Drug Laboratories Vitamin C ampules

  • Sterile water ampules

  • Ling Zhi capsules

  • Customers of Flawless Beauty are being contacted through a recall letter to arrange for return of the product. Consumers should stop using the recalled products immediately and return them to the company.

    Consumers should contact their physician or healthcare provider if they have experienced any problems that may be related to taking or using these products.Consumers and healthcare providers are also encouraged to report any adverse reactions to the FDA's MedWatch Adverse Event Reporting Program.

    See ConsumerLab's answer to the question: Do glutathione supplements work to prevent aging or for other conditions? for more information.

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    To read the complete recall, use the link below.