Johnson & Johnson Recalls Aerosol Sunscreens

Johnson & Johnson is pulling five aerosol sunscreens off store shelves in the middle of beach season. The company says some samples of the products contain low levels of benzene, which is classified as a human carcinogen. The company says it is pulling the sunscreen out of an abundance of caution and consumers should stop using them. Dr. Michelle Henry, board-certified dermatologist, joins Cheddar News to discuss.
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