A mother has warned other parents not to buy this Hatchimals product after her daughter was left with chemical burns.
Jennifer Renee said her daughter Willow only sat in the bath for 30-45 seconds when her skin became inflamed, which was later diagnosed as a chemical burn rather than an allergy.
In a Facebook post in which she shared pictured of Willow’s injuries, Jennifer said: Do NOT buy this for your children! Followed directions on package and placed in her bathtub. Thought it would be fun for her because there was a toy inside.
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Jennifer shared that her daughter was not holding the product and she has used multiple different kinds of bath bombs and never had this reaction, writes Daily Mail.
‘She has had these before and all different brands. I called the company and the batch number being investigated and is likely going to be recalled as numerous reports have been made (not all the burning reaction she got).
‘It is so easy for a person working in a factory to overdo the ingredients in a batch and just ignore it.
‘Went to the doctor this morning and it was in fact a chemical burn not a reaction. I am posting this just in hopes people will monitor closely. Everyone loves bath bombs. Lesson learned. All natural ones from now on.’
Her post has attracted over 130K shares.
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