Johnson's Baby Bath Head to Toe Baby Wash, 56 Ounce
- The #1 choice of hospitals
- Milder than baby soap
- No More Tears formula is as gentle to the eyes as pure water
- Dye-free, hypoallergenic and allergy- and dermatologist-tested
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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!
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
My Mom used this on me when I was a baby and now I use on my son. Works great! It's gentle and effective on my baby's sensitive skin!Published 19 days ago by CallingMichiganHome
I always assumed that Johnsons was the best brand for baby product . Till I realized all of them contain fragrance, including the lotion, powder, shampoo and bath. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sonal D
I bought this thinking it would be gentle to use instead of soap. However, I wound up with a nasty, red, bumpy rash on my neck, chest, and face. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Susie H