A batch of sunscreen has been recalled after it failed to meet Consumer New Zealand testing.
But the Cancer Society says its Everyday Very High Protection Sun Lotion SPF-50 passed independent, overseas testing.
Consumer NZ says it only had a sun protection level of SPF-30.
Cancer Society chief executive Mike Kernaghan says they've pulled the product as a proactive measure, and will re-test it.
"Our sunscreen is manufactured in Australia where it is treated as a medicine, so there are very rigorous protocols around the manufacture of medicine."
He says their products met the S-P-F levels in independent testing.
"We don't have concerns about their testing methods. What we have concerns about are we have two different labs showing vastly different results."