Cheryl took her daughters to see their GP this week. The tattoo peeled a layer of skin off th
e girls faces, their mum said (Image: UGC) Read MoreRelated ArticlesChildren travel in plastic bags across flooded river so they can go to school She said: The doctor said it looked like they had reacted to something, gave us some cream and said the marks should fade, but obviously this shouldn’t happen to anybody’s wee girls. They just wanted to dress up and add some sparkle to have fun, then they’re left with throbbing itchy faces. It’s shameful really. The mum, from Scone, Perthshire, continued: The guy I spoke [from Argos] to just said bring the box back in and we’ll refund you. He didn’t seem to have any concern about the damage caused. Faye, 9, and Daisy 3, ha
d to soak their fa
ces in the bath (Image: UGC) If there is something wrong with the materials used then they need to be changed, and other parents who might have this stuff lying around need to be warned. But her fianc, Darren Bannerman, made a follow-up call. He said: They just seemed very keen for us to bring the rest of the pack back. They said they’d refund
us and send the materials away for testing. The Face Tattoos set has been withdrawn (Image: dailyrecord.co.uk / WS) Read MoreTop news stories from Mirror OnlineSnow causes treacherous conditionsBritain to rescue trapped UK citizensMiracle tot saved despite heart stoppingKobe helicopter given special clearance I’ve told them I’d rather ask Trading Standards to do any testing so that it is independent. If there is something wrong with this stuff, we want to make sure they are honest about it. A spokesman for Argos said: All of the products we sell have to meet high safety standards, and as a precaution we have taken tattoos off sale while we investigate with the manufacturer. Asked repeatedly whether this was the first complaint received about the product, they eventually replied: We’re investigating with the manufacturer.