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Aveeno Baby Wash Class Action Lawsuit Filed Over Use of Chemicals

  • Written by: Irvin Jackson
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Two Connecticut women filed a class action lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson over its Aveeno baby wash and baby shampoo products, saying the company marketed them as natural products when they actually contained artificial chemicals that may cause cancer. …

Petition to Ban Lindane Lice Shampoo Rejected By FDA

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Federal health regulators have rejected a long-standing call to ban the lice treatment Lindane, allowing the product to remain on the market despite its recall in other countries and recognized threats posed to children’s health and the water supply. …

Johnson & Johnson Baby Shampoos to Drop Chemicals By End of 2013

Following a consumer campaign that questioned the safety of certain chemicals found in certain Johnson & Johnson products, the manufacturer has announced that it will remove the chemicals from baby shampoo by the end of 2013 and from the rest of its personal care products worldwide by 2015.  …

Johnson’s Baby Shampoo Harmful Chemicals Being Removed

Under intense pressure from consumer watchdog groups and concerned parents, Johnson & Johnson has announced that it is reformulating all of its baby shampoos, lotions and other products to get rid of preservatives that may release formaldehyde. …

Johnson’s Baby Shampoo Boycott Urged Over Harmful Chemicals

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A health and environmental group is trying to pressure Johnson & Johnson to remove certain chemicals from the company’s famous baby shampoo, indicating that they may be harmful to children and can cause cancer.  Although the chemicals have been removed from Johnson’s baby shampoo in several countries, it is still present in the product sold in the United States.…

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