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February 28, 2006

Undated--Two products have been recalled. Nearly one-half million of the Dove skin vitalizer have been recalled because the cleansing pillow can come off causing damage to a person's skin.

The product was sold at department, drug, and grocery stores nationwide for about $10.00.

The second recalled product is a toy phone. The maker of the I-play my first mobile phone says the toy's yellow antenna can break off posing a choking hazard to young kids.

More than 50-thousand phones were sold at specialty stores over the last three years for about $13.00.

If you have either product, you should return it to the store where you purchased it.

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