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Before you blindly take the company's word that it's safe...
on January 20, 2013
Google "The Dirt on Cleaning: The 10 Most Dangerous Cleaning Products". Or look up the product's safety review directly at ewg dot org.
"Baby" & "[Or]ganics" apparently don't belong in this product's name.
[updated with additional resources]
"GoodGuide dot com" is another great resource for product safety reviews. This item rates 4.0/10.0 there, noting non-disclosure of its top secret ingredients (ex. "preservatives"). Toxic ingredients may be safe in low doses, but why risk it, when there are plenty of other wipes rated 8.0+, many with 10.0 for ingredient safety and full ingredients disclosure?
"Report finds formaldehyde in products promoted as safe for babies" (Consumer Affairs)
"Cheat Sheet: Safer Baby Wipes" (SafeMama)
BabyGanics should follow J&J's footsteps:
"Johnson & Johnson Removes Some Chemicals from Baby Shampoo, Other Products" (Scientific American)