The Federal Attorney's Office (Profeco) issued an alert so that consumers do not use liquid detergent Axion wash touch cream with Aloe and Vitamin E, at the risk of contact with a bacterium.
According to the microbiological study carried out by the company Colgate Palmolive, S.A. C.V., showed the presence of Pseudomonas Aeruginosa, "warns a statement issued by the agency and the company, regarding the product packaged on August 19 under the manufacturing lot 723MX111H.
Although they explain that this bacterium represents a minimum risk for most healthy consumers, it could represent a greater risk for "immunocompromised people or those who have wounds through which this bacterium could come into contact through the use of the product and mentioned, "they detail.
If the bacteria enter the body through some damage to the skin, such as burns or scrapes, it is possible that it causes an infection, which in turn causes fever or nausea, "they warn.
According to the alert 64/2017, the Profeco, together with the company, requested not to use the 9,924 units of this product, which could have been mainly distributed in the Walmart establishments of Colima, Jalisco, Michoacán and Guanajuato. Although most of the product is already protected.