Johnson's Head-to-Toe Gentle Tear- Free Baby Wash & Shampoo for Baby’s Sensitive Skin, 16.9 fl. oz

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Use Johnson's Head-To-Toe Baby Body Wash and Shampoo to gently care for your baby's sensitive skin. Bath time is a wonderful time to bond with your baby with warm water and the soothing touch of tear-free baby wash & shampoo

This hypoallergenic baby wash is free of parabens, phthalates, sulfates, dyes, and harsh fragrances and is gentle enough for your baby's delicate skin & hair and good for the whole family. Johnson's does not test on animals

Pediatrician-tested and pH-balanced to maintain baby's natural skin moisture barrier. 9 out of 10 parents would recommend

No More Tears formula makes this wash & shampoo tear-free and as gentle to your baby's eyes as pure water. The ultra-mild cleanser is perfect for baby's sensitive skin & hair

Apply baby wash & shampoo with warm water using hand or washcloth, gently lather, rinse, and follow with gentle massage using Johnson's Head-To-Toe Baby Lotion

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*** The source of Glycerin is not specified by the manufacturer and could be from Coconut Derivatives (does NOT exclude all fragrances) or Soy or Zea Mays (Corn)
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Oct 10, 2021
I stay away from “kid shampoo” or body wash now. It’s super allergenic to me, despite the hypoallergenic label. This one is very irritating to my skin. Also, I was told by my eye specialist not to use baby shampoo or baby wash for an eyelid wash. The preservatives in these products are too allergenic. Ps. When I hear about these kids with ‘multi-inflammatory syndrome’ (which if you fact check with the hospital and parents, not all had Covid) I do wonder if we are overlooking a bad supply of a (chemical) ingredient or dye/fragrance? (I also see a news article that reported women developing allergies to hair dye products post Covid too ... are they? Or is it a bad batch, or an ingredient, or even an excess of said ingredient?) Remember “toxic oil syndrome”? We need to investigate more... not make assumptions.
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