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  •   Home > News > Health & Safety

    A men's hair product has been recalled because it could cause liver damage

    A men's hair product has been recalled because it could cause liver damage


    Global Therapeutics is recalling Fusion Hair Tonic oral capsules, all batches for all pack sizes.

    The company says there have been overseas reports of liver injury in customers taking the products, with some people being hospitalised.

    It says the risk of drug-induced liver damage is low, but it could be life-threatening.

    People are being asked to stop taking the capsules immediately.

    They can return the product to where they bought it for a refund.

    Global Therapeutics says it will stop supplying the formula.

    No other Fusion products are affected.

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