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MGA Entertainment Issues Recall for 22 Million Miniverse Make It Mini Sets Over Health Risks

Date: June 25, 2024

MGA Entertainment has announced a recall for approximately 22 million Miniverse Make It Mini sets across the United States and Canada due to significant health risks. The affected products contain liquid resins with acrylates — specifically hydroxyethylmethacrylate (HEMA) and isobornyl acrylate (IBOA) — in concentrations exceeding safety limits set by the Federal Hazardous Substances Act. These substances can cause skin, eye, and respiratory irritation or sensitization.

Consumers are advised to immediately discontinue use of any Miniverse Make It Mini sets that have unused liquid resins. Those with unopened products should contact MGA Entertainment for a pre-paid return label to send back the entire product for a full refund or replacement. If the product has been opened, consumers should return only the unused resins along with a photograph of the product to receive their refund or replacement.

For further assistance, consumers can reach out to MGA Entertainment through their customer care page at MGA Customer Care, email at mvcustomer_care@mgae.com, or phone at (800) 222-4685.

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