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NEW YORK — Redken has announced that it is recalling spray mousse foam cans sold at beauty supply stores and hair salons because of potential rupture.
Over time the aerosol containers' inside lining can corrode, creating the potential risk of rupturing and releasing the contents. Nearly 1 million cans have been recalled, according to the manufacturer.
Affected hair styling products include Redken Guts 10 Volume spray mousse foam sold in 10.58- and 2-oz. size cans. The product comes in a silver container with “Redken” and “10″ printed on the front of the product in black writing.
The foaming mousse is manufactured in the United States and was distributed and sold at beauty supply stores and hair salons nationwide from January 1998 through February 2011 for between $4 and $16.
The product can be identified by a lot code printed on the bottom of the can. Lot codes included in this recall comprise 32G10Y, 32G11Y, 32G20Y, 32G21Y, 32G23Y, 32G40Y, 32G41Y, 32G60Y, 32G61Y, 32G62Y and 32G70Y.