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Today, Claire’s Boutiques is recalling children’s metal charm bracelets due to high levels of cadmium.
The “Best Friends” bracelets were sold as a three-bracelet set and have heart lock charms attached to them. The charms contain high levels of cadmium. Cadmium is toxic if ingested by children and can cause adverse health effects.
The bracelets were sold from February 2009 through January 2010 for about $12.
Consumers should immediately take the recalled bracelets away from (…)Read More May 10
Hey, Mom! Take those “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” brand children’s Christmas and winter-themed bracelets away from your kids and throw them away.
That’s the latest safety alert from the Consumer Product Safety Commission. The charms on the bracelets tested with very high levels of cadmium.
The bracelets, which were sold at dollar stores nationwide, were flagged by the Associated Press in a January story about cadmium in children’s jewelry products.
These bracelets (…)Read More Mar 11
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, importer FAF Inc. is recalling 55,000 children’s metal necklaces that were sold at Walmart from November 2009 through January 2010 for $5.
The recalled jewelry is shaped as a metal crown or frog pendant on a metal link chain necklace in a crown-hinged box, and were sold with the words “The Princess and the Frog” on the packaging. The model numbers and UPC codes on the packaging are as follows:
Crown: (…)Read More Jan 29
In March 2006, a tragic incident occurred which had a significant impact on the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). Jarnell Brown, a 4-year old boy from Minneapolis, Minn., swallowed a metal charm that was nearly pure lead. He sadly died four days later. Since 2004, our agency has conducted more than 50 recalls of more than 180 million units of metal jewelry because it contained a hazardous amount of lead. Since August 2009, it has been illegal to produce a piece of children’s (…)Read More Jan 13