Pfizer recalls ThermaCare HeatWrap due to leakage that may cause skin injury

Posted at 11:01 PM, Nov 26, 2018
and last updated 2018-11-27 09:28:09-05

The manufacturer of ThermaCare HeatWrap is voluntarily recalling six lots of the product due to the potential for leaked ingredients that could cause skin injuries. 

The recall was announced Monday, Nov. 26. 

According to a release, the use of the damaged heat cell wraps could cause burns, blisters or skin irritation on the applied area. 

The specific products impacted are: S68516 (Muscle Pain Therapy 3+1 count carton), T26686 (Muscle Pain Therapy 3 count carton), T26691 (Menstrual Pain Therapy 3 count carton), T26693 (Menstrual Pain Therapy 3+1 count carton); and 8054HA and 8054HB (11 count bundled packages contain one (1) package of Muscle Therapy Heatwraps, 8HR (3 Count) and two (2) packages of Joint Therapy Heatwraps, 8HR (4 Count)).

ThermaCare Joint Therapy Heatwraps, 8HR are not subject to this recall. 

For more information on the recall, click here