FDA warns of contamination in Olay cosmetics plant
Reuters reported on May 5 that the FDA had warned Procter & Gamble that it had not adequately addressed contamination and other manufacturing problems at its Puerto Rico manufacturing plant. The plant produces over-the-counter drugs such as Vicks Sinex nasal spray, and Olay cosmetics such as Revitalizing Daily Foam and Foaming Face Wash. The FDA's previous inspection report pointed out that products were packaged or prepared in "unsanitary conditions" and that they may have been "contaminated by filth...or... rendered injurious to health."
Boy, there's an endorsement for your next "Face Wash." The warning letter is posted on the FDA's website.