It’s shaping up to be a tough year for The Honest Company. Back in February concerns over bacterial contamination forced the company to recall all existing lots of its Organic Baby Powder and all product packs made with it; now the company has announced a recall of what co-founder Chris Gavigan characterizes as “certain lots” of the company’s baby wipes due to the potential for mold.
In a video posted on the company’s website, Gavigan downplays the mold, explaining that it is found “even on citrus plants, like a common orange”. The recall, he says, is an abundance-of-caution action.
Covered in this recall are The Honest Company baby wipes sold in 10, 72, 288 and 576 count packs. If you think you have any of these, you’ll want to check for one of these UPC numbers:
If you have these on hand, you can return them to your place of purchase for a refund. And if you would like more information about the recall, you can contact The Honest Company directly.