Myer and Sephora recall Benefit's Gimme Brow makeup

Brow-volumising fibre gel, Gimme Brow, has been stripped from shelves The ACCC warns it could be contaminated with bacteria and cause irritation Affected batches were sold between January 1 and October 26 from six stores

By Brooke Rolfe For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 14:28 GMT, 7 November 2017 | Updated: 15:14 GMT, 7 November 2017

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A popular eyebrow volumising product has been recalled from Australian shelves over fears it could contain potentially harmful bacteria. 

The affected batches of Gimme Brow 'fiber gel' by American make-up brand Benefit was sold between January and October 26.

Retail giants Myer and Sephora sold the contaminated product, as well as Amuse Studio and online stores including Princess Polly, Adore and Skincare Store. 

Benefit's Gimme Brow 'fiber gel' has been recalled from Australian shelves over fears it could contain potentially harmful bacteria

Benefit's Gimme Brow 'fiber gel' has been recalled from Australian shelves over fears it could contain potentially harmful bacteria

Retail giants Myer and Sephora sold the contaminated product, as well as Amuse Beauty Studio and several online outlets

Retail giants Myer and Sephora sold the contaminated product, as well as Amuse Studio and several online outlets

The ACCC has urged customers to stop using the brow gel immediately and to return it to its place of purchase for a full refund. 

While the contaminated gel poses no serious risk to eyebrows or skin, it could cause irritation if it

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