Chicago, IL – Recall of 12K Toxic Lead Princess Tiaras Sold on Amazon Warns of Danger

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Chicago, IL – Parents are being urgently warned about the recall of approximately 12,000 “Yaomiao Children’s Rhinestone Silver Tiaras,” a popular choice for young princess enthusiasts, due to toxic lead levels. 

Sold exclusively on Amazon, these tiaras pose a significant danger, as the lead content in the rhinestones exceeds federal safety standards, potentially harmful if ingested by children.

The recall, announced by the Consumer Product Safety Commission on January 25, 2024, specifically targets the silver tiara with red rhinestones, sold as part of a set with blue, purple, and clear rhinestone tiaras. The sets, available from January 2021 through November 2023 for about $19, came in “Yaomiao”-branded cardboard packaging.

No incidents or injuries have been reported. Consumers should immediately cease use of these tiaras and contact the retailer for a refund. Both LordRoadS and Amazon are contacting all known purchasers. The recall is identified as number 24-093.

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