MediNatura recalled 20-ml bottles of Clearlife Nasal Spray, Reboost Nasal Spray, Reboost Throat Spray, as well as 125-ml bottles or Reboost Cough Syrup. No illnesses or injuries have been reported.

“Administration or use of drug products with microbial contamination, could potentially result in increased infections that may require medical intervention.”

The recalled products were made by a third-party supplier. Several months ago, MediNatura transferred manufacturing to another facility with a history of favorable FDA inspections.

For a complete list of product names, NDC, UPC, Lot #s and expiration dates, please click here to view the recall notice.

The recall follows Valeant Pharmaceuticals’ recall for Ocean Saline Nasal Spray in 1.5 fl. oz. and 3.5 fl. oz. bottles due to a possibility of a microbial contamination identified as Pseudomonas Aeruginosa

Recalls were also issued for 3 brands of Cortaid itch cream and spray sold at Publix, Walgreens and other chains due to “a possibility of a microbial contamination identified as Pseudomonas Aeruginosa.”

The recall covers all lots and expiration dates of Cortaid 12-hour Advanced Anti-Itch Cream (1.5-oz), Cortaid Maximum Strength Cream (1-oz) and Cortaid Intensive Therapy Cooling Spray (2-oz).

Clearlife Nasal Spray

Clearlife Nasal Spray

Reboost Nasal Spray Decongestant

Reboost Nasal Spray Decongestant

Reboost Sore Throat Spray

Reboost Sore Throat Spray

Reboost Cough Syrup

Reboost Cough Syrup

Cortaid creams and sprays

Cortaid creams and sprays

Ocean Saline Nasal Spray

Ocean Saline Nasal Spray

Source: Third nasal or throat spray recall in 15 days for a possible microbial contamination

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