Report 39 (Published on 02.10.2015)
No case linked to Cosmetics; again Phthalates in Toys.
-> According to the REACH Regulation, the phthalates DEHP, DBP and BBP are prohibited in all toys and childcare articles while the phthalates DINP, DNOP and DIDP are prohibited in toys or childcare articles that can be placed in the mouth by children.
DEHP may harm the health of children, causing possible damage to the reproductive system.
Product: Plastic doll Beautiful Modern Girl (cb)
Plastic doll, available with different clothes.
Chemical risk: the plastic material of the doll’s shoes contains bis (2-ethylhehyl) phthalate (DEHP) (measured value 5.8 % by weight). Furthermore, it contains di-isononyl phthalate (DINP) (measured value 4.2 % by weight).
Voluntary measures: Recall of the product from end users
*Reference : A12/1207/15
Product: Plastic doll Frozen
Plastic doll with a set of rotor blades attached at the back which, when operated, allow the doll to hover just above the ground. The doll is supplied with a USB charger and packaged in a printed cardboard box. The Product Is Or May Be Counterfeit
Chemical risk : The head of the doll contains bis (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP) (measured value 10.4 % by weight).
Compulsory measures: Destruction of the product
Product: Plastic doll and bassinet ABABABY
Blonde plastic doll and a pink plastic bassinet. The toy produces sounds and is supplied in transparent plastic bag with cardboard label.
Chemical risk : The head of the doll contains di-(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP) (measured value: 24 % by weight).
Compulsory measures: Withdrawal of the product from the market; Recall of the product from end users
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