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Johnson & Johnson Shampoo Contains Chemicals

Would You Use Johnson & Johnson's Baby Shampoo?

The family company known for its "no more tears" shampoo has been asked by 40 parent, healthcare, and environmental organizations to remove known chemicals from its products by the end of the year. One report said:

The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics reported in March that it found Johnson & Johnson's Baby Shampoo and other children's products contained formaldehyde and 1,4-dioxane, both of which have been found to cause cancer in animals and listed by the Environmental Protection Agency as probable human carcinogens.

A Johnson & Johnson representative said the trace levels were considered safe by some regulatory agencies. Would you take a chance using this on your babe?

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