Warning issued after skin care products containing steroids and antibiotics seized in Canada

Unauthorised skin care products containing steroids and antibiotics have been seized by Health Canada, after they were spotted being sold direct to consumers. The Canadian regulator seized eight unauthorised lotions and creams from Ayotai Canada, which were labelled to contain clobetasol propionate and betamethasone dipropionate – both forms of highly potent topical corticosteroid. It later seized two other products from Elikya Canada and Abeit Distributions, labelled to contain betamethasone dipropionate and antibiotic Neomycin sulphate.

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