What happened to Johnsons baby wipes?
We are sorry, JOHNSON’S® Baby Wipes have been discontinued.
The decision to discontinue JOHNSON’S® baby wipes has been made for business reasons. There are no safety concerns, so if you still have JOHNSON’S® baby wipes please continue to enjoy them.
Why can’t I buy Johnson’s baby wipes?
Johnson & Johnson are investigating after dozens of parents claimed their baby wipes caused painful ‘burns‘ to their children’s faces. … ‘Therefore, out of an abundance of caution, we have stopped shipping Johnson’s Cottontouch Extra Sensitive Wipes in the UK while we conduct a full investigation. ‘
Are Johnsons baby wipes safe?
Despite advice from the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) that mums should use water alone on newborns, the study found that the Johnson’s wipes were as effective and as safe as water and hydrated babies’ skin just as well. …
Why did they change Johnson baby lotion?
However the packaging has been given a major overhaul for the first time, in order to be more convenient for parents. Bottles have been designed with pumps and more grippable designs, to make them easier to use while holding a baby.
Are Dove baby wipes flushable?
After use, just throw the wipe away in a trash receptacle (do not flush). For extra moisture, follow with our Baby Dove Rich Moisture Lotion to keep your baby’s skin moisturized for 24 hours.
Can baby wipes be harmful?
There are many baby wipe uses, but if the wipes are being utilized for external use as intended, there is a low risk of wipes being toxic or harmful to the skin, especially if the wipes being used are formulated without harsh ingredients. Wipes are not edible, however and can be toxic if ingested.
Are baby wipes toxic to babies?
Baby wipes are a staple in the homes of parents with young children. These products are only minimally toxic, but they can be a choking hazard if swallowed. Water is the main ingredient in baby wipes. They also contain mild detergents, similar to those found in baby shampoos.
Can you use baby wipes on face and hands?
Are Pampers wipes safe to use on my baby’s face and hands? Yes. While specifically designed for diaper change cleanup, parents can be assured that Pampers baby wipes are safe for use on other body parts—including the face—and can be used at every diaper change.