Huggies responds to reports of glass shards in baby wipes

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CAMARILLO, Calif. – A California mother’s video showing apparent glass shards on her daughter’s baby wipes prompted a response from Huggies.

Melissa Estrella uploaded the video to Facebook Thursday night, and it had more than 5 million views. In it, she opened three packages of Huggies baby wipes and brushed off the glass with her fingers.

“I’m not lying, you guys. There’s glass on my daughter’s wipes,” Estrella said. “I’m just so heart broken I didn’t notice this sooner.”

The original video has since been removed from Facebook, along with another alike.

This is not okay! I’m furious!”¬†Estrella said. “Now, I know why my daughter hates having her butt, hands and face wiped! My poor baby.

Afterwards, however, Estrella posted a third similar video on YouTube. (Warning: Contains profanity.)

Huggies released a statement on its Facebook page around midnight as well as responded to individual complaints. Anyone with additional concerns is urged to contact the company.

The company has not issued a recall of the baby wipes, but Kmart stores in Guam pulled packs of the product from shelves, according to Pacific Daily News.

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