On January 22 Health Canada issued a recall for "anti-microbe" hand sanitizers as they may be risky, especially for children. \nThe recall includes "hand sanitizers labelled as "Anti-Microbe" and/or with the DIN 02248351."\nEditor's Choice: New Data Has Just Revealed That These 16 Canadian Cities Are 'Unaffordable'\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nThey are being recalled because they contain a higher concentration of benzalkonium chloride than permitted for personal or domestic (i.e., home) use and may pose health risks, particularly to children up to 12 years of age.\n\n\nHealth Canada\n\n\nAccording to the recall, these types of products were distributed to kids in various schools around Quebec. \nThey were also sold in-store and online to the public, predominately in Ontario and Quebec. \nThe affected products are sold under a number of different names including:\n\nAnti-Microbe\n32 Anti-Microbe\nEssence 360 Anti-Microbe\nNutra One Anti-Microbe\nPaoch Anti-Microbe\nProduits Bio-Expert Anti-Microbe\nTrilux Anti-Microbe\nYunisan Handzo\n\nApparently, products like this should be labelled for adult use and only be used in industrial settings.\nThe public is advised to stop using sanitizer that is labelled "anti-microbe" or has DIN 02248351 right away.