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Clairol Natural Instincts Hair Color Voluntary Recall

Procter & Gamble Expands Hair Dye Recall On Mismatched Shades

Procter & Gamble Co. (PG) added another two shades of Clairol Natural Instincts hair color to its voluntary recall, as some include a color booster product that doesn't match the primary colorant.

The recall now spans 12 shades of the brand of semi-permanent hair dye. While P&G notes the full product remains safe to use and the primary colorant isn't affected, a sachet of color revitalizer meant to be used two weeks after initial coloring may be mismatched and produce an "unwanted color result."

Procter & Gamble said it was removing the products from stores and has told regulatory authorities in the affected countries: the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico.

Consumers with an affected shade should discard the "ColorFresh Revitalizer" sachet and can call the company for a replacement coupon or refund at 866-493- 0512.

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