Synodrin Pain Cream Recalled Because It Is Not Child Resistant, Presenting Poisoning Hazard

The recalled product does not meet the requirements of the Poison Prevention Packaging Act

Synodrin Pain Cream Recalled Because It Is Not Child Resistant, Presenting Poisoning Hazard
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December 5, 2017

Natural Solutions for Life is recalling 56,000 jars of Maximum Strength Synodrin Pain Relieving Cream with Lidocaine.

The packaging on the affected product is not child resistant as required by the Poison Prevention Packaging Act, posing a risk of poisoning to young children.

Recalled Product Details

The recalled Synodrin cream comes in a white jar with a blue label. Synodrin Lidocaine Maximum Strength 4% Pain Relieving Cream is printed on the front. The jars measure about three inches in diameter, are three inches tall, and weigh about 4 ounces. They were sold in a blue box with Lidocaine printed in yellow letters and Maximum Strength 4% Pain Relieving Cream in white. The brand name Synodrin is printed on the jar and the box.

Both the box and the jar also have a UPC code of 8 64751 00032 6 printed on the right side.

Where was the product sold?

The cream was sold at Albertsons/Safeway, Giant, Harris Teeter, Meijer, Stop & Shop, and Rite-Aid stores nationwide and online at Jet.com and Amazon.com from June 2017 through October 2017 for about $19.

No indents or illnesses related to this recall have been reported to date.

What should consumers do?

Consumers should immediately place the recalled Synodrin pain relieving cream out of the reach of children and contact Natural Solutions for Life at (855) 499-6435 to obtain a free replacement cap.