Energizer Holdings is recalling 23 products, The Christian Science Monitor reported. The company announced the recall Friday and said only spray-on sunscreens are involved.
The spray valves are designed to release more sunscreen than other brands, which means it takes longer to dry on the skin, Energizer said in a statement, CNN Money reported.
"If a consumer comes into contact with a flame or spark prior to complete drying of the product on the skin, there is a potential for the product to ignite," Energizer said.
The company said anyone who has purchased the spray-on sunscreens should stop using them and can apply for a refund.
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