(CSMONITOR) — Spray-on Banana Boat sunscreen is being recalled because it carries a potential risk: It can catch fire if it's exposed to a flame or spark before it dries on your skin.
In five known cases, people have been burned after using Banana Boat UltraMist Sport SPF 30 and SPF 50 products, according to the maker of the product, Energizer Holdings. The company announced Friday it was removing 23 Banana Boat continuous sprays from retailers' store shelves.
Consumers who have any of the Banana Boat UltraMist products listed below should stop using them, the company warns. And, as the warning label states on all spray-on sunscreen products, consumers shouldn't apply them when smoking or near a flame or spark.
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