May 26, 2020

Dr. Brown’s Soaps Recalled for Bacterial Exposure

Dr. Brown’s Natural Bottle and Dish Soap is being recalled for possible bacterial contamination. Exposure to these bacteria pose a risk of infections. No illnesses have been reported to date in connection with this issue.

The recalled products are Dr. Brown’s Natural Bottle & Dish Soap sold separately and with Dr. Brown’s bottle brush as a bottle cleaning kit. The soap bottles were sold in two sizes: a clear plastic 16-ounce bottle with a pump and a 4-ounce clear squeeze bottle. A label on the front of the bottles reads “Dr. Brown’s natural bottle & dish soap” and “100% plant-based ingredients.”

If you purchased this product, immediately stop using it. Bottles and dishes that were cleaned with the recalled soap should be boiled or sanitized in the dishwasher.

About 23,000 units were sold at 4 Our Little Ones, Babies R’ Us, Bebeang, Buy Buy Baby, Drugland Pharmacy, Family First Pharmacy, Global Nutrition Trading, Macro and Turquoise stores nationwide and online at from September 2016 to June 2017 for between $3 and $7.

Dr. Brown Soap Recall

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