Becca Cosmetics has recalled all shades of its Light Shifter Brightening Concealer after mold was found on the sponge tip of the applicator on some of the products. The brownish-black mold was identified as a common household mold.

Becca Cosmetics said the mold is unlikely to cause serious injury, but there is the potential for skin and eye allergies and irritation. The company has not received any reports of adverse reactions from the recalled makeup.

The affected concealer was manufactured in the U.S. and distributed nationwide. No other Becca Cosmetics are included in the recall, which the company was made out of an abundance of caution.

The recalled concealer was sold in 3.2 mL sizes and has a concealer wand with silver overlay and a white secondary container. Labels of the recalled makeup can be viewed here.

UPC codes affected by the recall include 9331137030037, 9331137030044, 9331137030051, 9331137030068, 9331137030075, 9331137030099, 9331137030082, and 9331137030105. Batch numbers are 0030A, 9308A, 0052A, 0052C, 9291A, 9309A, 0036A, 0037A, 0038A, 0038B, 0041A, 9289A, 0062A, 0062B, 0062C, 9283A, 9284A, 9287A, and 9288A.

Consumers that have purchased the affect concealer should stop using it and contact the place of purchase for a refund.

Becca Cosmetics has made the recall in cooperation with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

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