YouTube star and “Dance Moms” alum, JoJo Siwa, had her makeup kit pulled from Claire’s accessory stores after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration found the powder eyeshadow in the kit tested positive for asbestos, a toxic material that can lead to asbestosis and lung cancer.
The bright kit, which had eyeshadow, two lip glosses and nail polish, was part of a partnership between the chain and the 16-year-old singer and dancer. However, it was pulled immediately after the FDA released a statement about the alarming findings.
In a statement to Fox News, Claire's confirmed the company recalled the kit "out of an abundance of caution" and would offer any customers who purchased the product a full refund.
"Claire’s stands behind the safety of this item and all other Claire’s cosmetic items, as such small trace amounts are considered acceptable under European and Canadian cosmetic safety regulations," the statement read. "Claire’s also supports increased FDA oversight of personal care products."
The teen’s makeup kit is not the first one to be pulled over asbestos concerns.
In March, the FDA recalled at least three products, including Claire’s Eye Shadows, Compact Powder and Contour Palette, after they tested positive for tremolite asbestos.
And in December 2017, the major accessories chain pulled 17 makeup products from all stores after they were discovered to contain asbestos.
JoJo Siwa has yet to respond to the recall. Fox News contacted Claire's for comment.