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Sunscreen recalled on the account of setting people on fire.
Product Placement at 6:13AM, Oct. 20, 2012
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That's right, a product meant to prevent burns is pretty much burning you with the most effective method available; literally setting you on fire.
Apparently the product contained flammable liquid that's supposed to quickly evaporate before people manage to subject themselves to a nearby fire source but a faulty spray bottle design caused a too thick of a layer to form on your skin or something like that. As a result, few peoples barbecue parties ended with a blast.
News article here
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El Cid at 6:55AM, Oct. 21, 2012
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But did it protect them from harmful UV rays?
SLK8ne at 7:36PM, Oct. 22, 2012
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El Cid wrote:
But did it protect them from harmful UV rays?
Yep, but, they still got sun-burned anyway ;)
Quoth143 at 1:38PM, Jan. 2, 2015
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Well that's not good for me and my fellow pale people. 

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