Recall notices issued for the month of June.

Daiso Industries and Origo & Co t/as Daiso recalls various Cosmetics and Toiletries.

Product labels do not correctly identify all ingredients.

Consumers who purchased an affected product during the specified period should cease using it immediately and return it to any Daiso store for a full refund or exchange.

Intervet Australia t/as MSD Animal Health recalls LED Keyring Torch.

Battery compartment is not adequately secured with a screw or mechanism, allowing children to access and ingest the button batteries inside.

Risk of illness or death to young children.

Consumers should stop using the product immediately and safely dispose of it or return the product to MSD Animal Health.

DNZ International Trading t/as Ximi Vogue recalls various sunglasses.

The products do not have proper labelling identifying lens category, description or compliance information. The incorrect level of protection can result in vision impairment or exposure to very high levels of sunlight.

Consumers who have purchased an affected product during the specified period should stop using the product and return it to the Ximi Vogue store.

Arrow Pharmaceuticals recalls Valpam 5.

One batch (CP218) may contain blister strips with a white 2mg tablet, instead of a yellow 5mg tablet. Risk of patients not receiving the correct dose.

If patients have Valpam 5 from batch number CP218, blister strips should be inspected prior to use, in order to ensure that all of the tablets in a given blister are light yellow in colour and marked with ‘DZ 5’ on one side.

Call Arrow Pharma on 1800 941 148. For more information.

Troll Lukas Cot from Baby Bunting

Cots manufactured on 30 May 2017 do not have the appropriate warning labels affixed to the mattress base.

What are the hazards?
Injury risk to a child if an incorrectly sized mattress is used, or the base is not at the correct position.

Consumers who purchased a Troll Lukas Cot from Baby Bunting after August 2017 when the affected cots were available for sale, should contact Danish by Design on 03 9588 0999 or info@danishbydesign.com.au to receive a warning label sticker.

IKEA recalls SLADDA bicycle.

The drive belt may snap suddenly while in use.

Stop using the bike and return it to any IKEA store for a full refund.

Accessories specifically designed to fit with SLADDA will also be refunded.

LASER recalls Portable DVD Player 240V Mains Power Adapter.

The adapter housing may separate if dropped and expose live circuitry.

Consumers should stop using the 240V mains power adapter immediately. To receive a replacement adapter visit
www.laserco.com.au/adapter or return the complete product to the place of purchase for a refund.

Panasonic Toughbook Laptop. Software issue may cause battery to overheat.

Panasonic will release new battery charging configuration software on 12 June 2018.

Consumers should register their details to receive the new software by either calling 1800 700 006 or visiting http://toughbook-au.panasonic.com.au/battery-safety-notice-… for more information.

Share your comments below

  • Thank you. I always like to stay up to date with recalls.


  • I like to read the recall articles. I hope you keep writing them as a lot of people (myself included) wouldn’t see this information. The diazepam recall is concerning!


  • Thanks for the heads up !
    The recall of the diazepam is most concerning !


  • So many recalls.. its worrying


  • You rarely see a recall for prescription medication – that could be a real worry.


  • The number of recalls is ridiculous and scary.


  • Sooo many recalls, seriously I have no idea where our standards are, thanks muchly though mom.


  • Happy to say I don’t have any of these products. I do like the way MoMs keeps us up to date with recalls though, it’s handy information


  • Well, there’s a wide variety of dangerous products!


  • Geez the cot is pretty sketchy, I think I’ll purchase a cot brand new from another store. I’d be afraid to get this unknowingly second hand too!


  • Thanks for the heads up !


  • Not enough testing is being done before these products are put on the market.


  • I lucky do not have these items but thanks!


  • There are so many recalls lately. I used to think it was due to manufacturers slackness. But I think some of it could be due to over sensitivity and the perfect police


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