The General Directorate of Environmental Health and Food Safety (digest), of the Ministry of Health (Minsa), pointed out that it has withdrawn the liquid antibacterial soap from the Daryza company from the market because “it presents incomplete information on instructions for use on its label.”
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The entity indicated that the decision was made after carrying out control and surveillance actions on surface disinfectant products that have health authorization.
“digest granted authorization to the company Daryza SAC to market said product as applicable to surfaces or inert objects. By omitting important information about its use on surfaces and objects, users could apply it directly to the skin, for which the company’s antibacterial liquid soap Daryza company is not authorized, becoming a health risk”, he indicated.
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“digest has been implementing security measures to suspend the health authorization and withdraw the products involved from the market, to safeguard the health of the population”, he added.
For this reason, the entity Ministry of Health He urged manufacturers, importers and marketers to offer their products with complete information on the label, in order to identify their proper use and thus avoid misleading consumers.
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It recommended that citizens make registration inquiries for authorized disinfectant products by entering their website. He also emphasized that consumers, in case of identifying a product that is being offered for personal hygiene without respective authorization, can report it to the Digemid through the website: www.digemid.minsa.gob.pe/denuncias-digemid.