Consumer Alert: Proctor and Gamble recalls 32 popular haircare products
Proctor and Gamble recalls 32 popular haircare products
You need to know about a massive recall of Proctor and Gamble products. These hair care products are really popular. Check out the names: Pantene, Herbal Essences, Hair Food, Old Spice and Aussie. Click here for the full list of 32 products.
In a statement, Proctor and Gamble leaders said that people are not likely to be exposed to levels high enough to cause health issues, but they’re moving forward out of an abundance of caution.
You can be exposed to benzene through your nose, mouth or skin, all of which can happen with an aerosol. You’re urged to throw away the product and you can get a full refund.
Click here for information on reimbursement for Aussie products.
Click here for information on reimbursement for Hair Food products.
Click here for reimbursement for Herbal Essences products.
Click here for reimbursement on Pantene products.
Click here for reimbursement on Old Spice products.
YouTube TV customers get a $15 credit
Got YouTube TV? Well, you just got $15 richer. That’s because the streaming service is going to give subscribers a $15 credit on their next bill. It all stems from that money spat between YouTube TV and Disney. Disney wanted to charge YouTube more for distribution fees that were more than YouTube wanted to pay. So on Friday, YouTube subscribers lost all your Disney-owned channels including ESPN, FX, and ABC programming. But on Tuesday, you got a notice on your TV screen telling you that an agreement has been reached. Disney is back, and YouTube is giving you a one-time $15 credit for the hassle.
Parents are going soft this holiday season
Lastly, if you’re looking for a last minute gift for the little love in your life, I did some research for you. According to the NPD Group, a market research organization, plush toys had the biggest year over year sales increase in the third quarter, jumping 39%.
And leading the pack are the pandemic comfort toys, Squishmallows. They’re basically pillows with a face. The 20-inch ones retail for around $30. But some are tough to find, so folks are re-selling them for more than twice that.
The second biggest sellers riding the plush toy bananza are Cocomelon plush toys. These little cuties are based on the stars of a hit show for preschoolers on YouTube.
And coming in third, an oldie but goodie, Care Bears! And there’s little doubt why. We could all use a little care after the year we’ve had.