As the summer season is just starting, “Suntegrity Skincare initiated a voluntarily recall of nine lots of Suntegrity Impeccable Skin Sunscreen Foundation (Multiple Shades),” said the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

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The company initiated this voluntary recall after recent tests revealed a higher-than-acceptable count of the mold species Aspergillus Sydowii in some tubes of Lot 115BU, which developed post-release over time in a recent test.

The FDA said that “out of an abundance of caution while investigating the situation, the company has decided to voluntarily recall these additional lots: 107IV, 107NU, 109NU, 117BU, 113SA, 114SA, 106BR, and 101MO even though all original and recent test results received have come back clear.”

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A topical product contaminated with Aspergillus Sydowii may potentially trigger an allergic skin reaction and related symptoms. For example, it “could also cause a primary fungal skin infection if used on open wounds or sunburned skin. If it is introduced into the eye, eye infections may occur. A primary skin infection due to Aspergillus species in an immunocompromised individual should be treated medically,” said the FDA.

Suntegrity has informed its distributors, retailers, and website customers via email and is coordinating the disposal of all recalled products. Click here for affected lot information. The company distributed the product online and sold it nationwide through retail stores.

The FDA reports that “no adverse event reports had been received at the time of the recall.”

What to Do if You Have this Product – Information from the FDA

If you have purchased this product directly from the website or via Amazon from Suntegrity: email with your order number, product lot number, and name so your purchase can be verified. After confirmation, you will need to provide proof of disposal of the tube with a photo of the back (showing the lot number) so that you may receive a refund, store credit, or product exchange (e.g., a replacement with another Suntegrity Face SPF product).


If you purchased this product from a retailer: If you would like an exchange option (5-in-1 Tinted Sunscreen + free gift), you may contact Suntegrity directly via email at If you prefer a store credit, please contact the retailer from whom you originally purchased the product. In either case, you will need to provide proof of disposal of the tube with a photo of the back (showing the lot number) to confirm receipt and processing of these recall instructions.


Consumers with questions regarding this recall can contact Suntegrity Skincare via email at

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