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Johnson's Baby Bath Head to Toe Baby Wash, 56 Ounce
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Top Customer Reviews
I received a small travel size sample of the baby wash for my baby shower and was using it. Once I heard the news I looked at the ingredients, and sure enough, quaternium-15 is right there. I guess the natural products don't have it. Be sure to check for the ingredient in all their products.
I won't be buying any Johnson and Johnson's products until they clean up their act.
We find it helpful to keep a bottle of baby wash in our pool bag. There's no need to bring a separate container of shampoo and soap. We all can shower and shampoo with this. While the lack of fragrance was wonderful when we had little ones, we still appreciate it as adults who don't want to smell like baby powder or some other artificial scent. If it can keep a baby and a marine clean, it can keep anyone clean!
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"Johnson & Johnson clearly can make safer baby shampoo in all the markets around the world, but it's not doing it," said Lisa Archer, director of the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics.
The campaign's new report, "Baby's Tub is Still Toxic," is set to be released Tuesday, when the group was launching the boycott via its Web site, [...]
The updated report was based on an examination of label ingredients for Johnson & Johnson baby products in 13 countries.
On Monday, the campaign sent Johnson & Johnson a letter, signed by about 25 environmental, medical and other groups representing about 3.5 million people in the U.S. and other countries. It urges the company to publicly commit by Nov. 15 to removing the chemicals from all personal care products worldwide.
In response, Johnson & Johnson said in a statement that formaldehyde-releasing preservatives are safe and approved by regulators in the U.S. and other countries, but that it is gradually phasing them out of its baby products. It said it is also reformulating baby products to reduce the level of dioxane below detectable levels. But it did not say whether it would respond to or meet the campaign's full demands.Read more ›
My daughter uses it as a body wash, as she finds it easy on her skin.
Great product and good for anyone dealing with dry scalp, psoriasis or skin issues.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great product and continents. the pump is the worst pump in any pump disposals. It works ineffectively, breaks down frequently needs to be remodeled. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sushil M.
Bought this to use for my great grand baby that is due in Dec so I haven't used it yet but being made by Johnson & Johnson I"m sure it will be great ...........Published 4 months ago by Rita F