Koji, Kab cosmetics founder, has recently stepped down from his position as CEO of the cosmetics giant.
The news comes as Kab is struggling to deal with an increasing number of consumer complaints about its products, including the toothpaste-based cosmetics.
A new video posted by Kab on Youtube, uploaded today, shows Koji at his office with a 3-D printer on his desk.
The video has been viewed more than 100,000 times in less than 24 hours.
Koji, who has also recently stepped aside as CEO, said he was “shocked and disappointed” by the latest complaints.
“I feel that we have not taken all necessary steps to prevent any unnecessary damage to Kab cosmetics,” he said.
Kojo Kondo has not yet commented on the latest news.
The Kab cosmetics company has been hit by a string of recent recalls of toothpastes.
In April, a batch of toothpaste containing bovine serum albumin was recalled after reports of allergic reactions in the US.
The recall caused the chain to recall the toothpaste in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Canada and Puerto Rico.
The recall also affected the toothbrush in Mexico.
The company has since announced that it has reached a deal with the US Food and Drug Administration to prevent the introduction of a new batch of the tooth paste in the coming weeks.
A statement from Kab said it has received several reports from consumers who have found their products to be contaminated.
“We are investigating the reports and will provide an update as soon as we have more information,” the company said in a statement.