Johnson & Johnson announced a voluntary recall of several of its spray sunscreens on July 14 after low-level traces of benzene, a known carcinogen, were found in the products during internal testing.

This follows a recent bombshell report released by Valisure, a lab that regularly tests consumer products, which found bezene contamination in 78 different sunscreen and after-sun products. Affected brands include Sun Burn, Neutrogena, and CVS Health, a majority of which had spray sunscreens as the worst offenders.

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