Recall Alert: UberScientific Recalls Topical Anesthetic Due to Risk of Poisoning
On the Child Safety Store blog, we aim to keep parents informed of any possible dangers. Today, we’re signal-boosting an important product recall alert.
Recently, the company UberScientific recalled its Uber Numb Topical Anesthetic Cream and Uber Numb Spray. This is reportedly due to the products’ packaging. It is not child resistant, as required by the Poison Prevention Packaging Act. Both the pain relieving cream and spray contain lidocaine. This substance poses a risk of poisoning young children if they put it on their skin or ingest it.
Fortunately, there have not been any reported injuries related to this product. As of today, this seems to be simply a precautionary recall.
Recalled Product Images
This is an image of UberScientific Uber Numb Topical Anesthetic Cream.
As you can see, this recalled cream is in a white jar with a smooth, rounded cap and a green label. This particular cream was sold in one, two and four ounce sizes.
This image shows the recalled Uber Numb Spray. The spray was sold in a four-ounce sized bottle.
What To Do if You Bought These Products
If you are in possession of either of these products, you’ll want to make sure they are removed from your home. Before anything else, make sure to keep it away from your children. After all, the biggest issue with the product was the possibility of it accidentally getting into the hands of your little ones.
Consumers are advised to contact UberScientific to receive full instructions on how to receive a free child-resistant replacement or a full product refund to make up for any inconveniences caused by this situation. Poisoning is a very serious danger. Parents should act immediately to keep children out of harm’s way.
For further details about this product recall, head to the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s official website: