Best skin care lines in Canada have been recalled after a health advisory advisory for the products was issued in the US.
The products include a laissez-faire beauty brand, EsteeLuxe, which was sold in Canada for $10.50, $13.50 and $17.50.
The brands are sold at more than 2,600 stores in the U.S. and are not available in the Canadian market.
The advisory comes after the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned that the products were potentially dangerous and could be a risk to the public.
“The Estee LUXE beauty line is being recalled due to the presence of an unknown contaminant in a product,” said the agency in a statement.
“These products are manufactured in China and contain ingredients that may cause skin irritation and irritation-related health concerns.
These products are not approved for sale in Canada and can be dangerous.”
A laisseZ-faires beauty brand was also listed on the FDA’s list of potential health concerns, which is a warning about the potential risk of a contaminated product to a population.
The brand is sold in the United States under the name La Vie En Rose.
According to the FDA, the La Vie en Rose brand contains an unknown ingredient that has been linked to serious health problems including skin irritation, and the ingredient has not been linked in other studies.
The product’s packaging was marked with the phrase “Made in Canada,” which has been removed from the label.
The La Vieen brand is now listed on Canada’s list.
The warning was issued after a Health Canada inspector discovered a suspicious white residue in the La Liene beauty product, which she found was not labelled as containing the substance.
It is believed the product was being sold in a lab with no controls in place.
The company said that La VieEn was immediately recalled from Canadian shelves.
The agency also issued an alert on Friday to other beauty brands that have recently been recalled in the States.
“If you have purchased a product that has a trace of the La Niee product, please contact the FDA immediately,” said spokesperson Melissa LeBlanc.
“Consumers should always err on the side of caution and be sure to tell their health care providers if they suspect they have been exposed to the contamination.”
Estee laufers product line is not the first time the company has come under fire for making questionable products.
In March, it was revealed that the company had paid a man $1.5 million to take part in a sham medical trial that involved injecting him with a deadly substance to determine whether it could help cure him of cancer.
That trial was suspended when the FDA announced that it was aware of the false results, but the company still continued to sell the tainted products.
LeBlanchy said the company is reviewing its product line and that the safety of the products will be reviewed again.
“We are taking this matter seriously and are taking steps to protect our consumers and our brand,” she said.
Leblanc also confirmed that the recall is not affecting any other brands in the Esteeluxe line.
In January, the FDA told the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) that the country’s first La Viee en Rose had a high level of lead.
The CFIA was also notified about an unapproved La Vie de Rose, which contained lead levels that were too high to be used in cosmetic products.
Estee Luxe has a long history of questionable products and bad marketing practices, including the sale of dangerous cosmetics and a questionable line of lipsticks.
The Estee brand was acquired by L’Oréal International in 2011 and is owned by the same family of companies that owns Estee and Les Miserables beauty brands.
In the U, Estée Lauder has also faced accusations of poor safety in the wake of the deadly outbreak in the UK.
According the FDA and other regulators, the cosmetics giant failed to protect the safety and health of its customers.
In May, a Canadian man died after being exposed to lead from a product called a La Vie Rouge.
The man, named as David T., was found to have elevated lead levels in his blood.
His death sparked a national debate over whether there was a link between lead exposure and increased risk of heart disease and other health problems.
The National Health Board, which oversees health care in Canada, has also accused Estee of failing to act on a complaint about lead poisoning.
Le Blanc said that while the safety issues at Estee are serious, the company remains committed to the safe and healthy production of beauty products.
“As a company that is committed to delivering products that are ethically sourced, ethical and safe, we continue to work closely with the CFIA to ensure that our products are used safely in Canada as we have throughout the world,” she told CBC News.