Health Canada seized unauthorized health products, including 6 prescription skin products that may pose serious health risks from Excel Beauty Supply in the Albion Centre, Etobicoke, Ontario

OTTAWA – Health Canada is advising Canadians that it seized numerous unauthorized health products, including six prescription skin products that may pose serious health risks such as skin deterioration, low or high blood pressure, blisters or scarring from Excel Beauty Supply, located in the Albion Centre (1530 Albion Road), Etobicoke, Ontario. The skin products are creams and gels promoted for various uses including skin whitening, fading discolouration and removal of spots.

Health Canada seized three unauthorized eye drop products from Floy Beauty stores in Toronto, Ontario, because they may pose serious health risks

OTTAWA – Health Canada is advising consumers that it has seized three unauthorized eye drop products from two Floy Beauty stores in Toronto, Ontario, because they may pose serious health risks. The seized products are Santen Sante FX Neo, Santen Sante FX V, and Santen Sante Antibacterial Eye Drops.

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