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FDA Warning: Sunscreen Sprays May Be Flammable

By Patti Petitte
|  Thursday, Jul 4, 2013  |  Updated 5:54 PM EDT
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FDA Warning: Sunscreen Sprays May Be Flammable

The FDA says five people have been burned while wearing sunscreen sprays.

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Sunscreen sprays are convenient -- but certain sprays could be flammable, says the Food and Drug Administration.

The FDA says five people have been burned while wearing Banana Boat sunscreen sprays.

The sprays involved have been recalled, but other sunscreen sprays and possibly non-spray sunscreens may also contain flammable ingredients, according to the FDA.

The reports of people burned happened when they got too close to a grill, a candle, when someone lit a cigarette and welding.

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