LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- A product that's supposed to protect consumers from sunburns is being recalled over a fire risk.
As many as four people have been burned after using Banana Boat Ultra Mist products, according to a press release from Energizer Holdings, the St. Louis-based company that owns the brand.
The recall is tied to the design of the bottles, which the company says dispenses too much sunscreen -- more than is typical for continuous sun care sprays.
As a result, it takes longer for the product to dry on the skin, making the consumer vulnerable if they come in contact with a flame or spark.
Retailers are being asked to stop selling the 23 products listed in the recall. For a full list of the items in the recall, visit the Banana Boat website here.
Users are being asked to refrain from smoking and avoid contact with sources of ignition while wearing the sunscreen.
Consumers with questions or complaints can contact Energizer by calling 1-800-SAFESUN (1-800-723-3786) or by sending an email to SUNCARE@customerfollowup.info.
Banana Boat Sunscreen Recalled For Fire Risk
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