Two hand sanitizers targeted to children have been recalled after the poisonous chemicals benzene and methanol were found in the Disney-branded products.
The sanitizers, which featured Mickey Mouse and Star Wars themes, were voluntarily recalled by Best Brands Consumer Products, Fox Business reported.
Disney hand sanitizers recalled
FDA testing found the carcinogen Benzene in two different Mandalorian-themed hand sanitizers sold in green and blue colors. They both come in 2.11 fluid-ounce bottles and have the Baby Yoda character on the packaging. The products have an expiration date of Sept. 30, 2022, and the lot number 20E21.
Methanol was found in a blue, 2.11 fluid-ounce Mickey Mouse-themed sanitizer with a June 30, 2022, expiration date, with the lot number 20D21.
Best Brands Consumer Products added that young children who accidentally ingest the product are at particularly high risk for methanol poisoning, which can cause nausea, vomiting, headache, blurred vision, coma, seizures, blindness, damage to the central nervous system, and death.
Exposure to benzene through inhalation, the skin, or ingestion can lead to cancer and blood disorders.
The sanitizers were imported and had been produced by a third-party manufacturer, the company said in its announcement, which included photos of the harmful products.
Disney poisoning U.S. society
The FDA notified Best Brands Consumer Products of the health hazards in February. The company said that the products are no longer on the market but advised consumers to immediately discard them.
This is the latest recent scandal involving Disney, which has come under fire for its prominent role in poisoning American culture.
Top executives at the company were recently caught discussing their twisted desire to sexualize and indoctrinate children with LGBT ideology.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) has taken on the company, which is Florida’s largest employer, over its opposition to anti-grooming legislation that Democrats have disingenuously labeled the “Don’t Say Gay” bill.