Twenty Years of KNOWN Carcinogens in J&J US Baby Care Products Finally Ends!
After 20 years of press releases, petitions, writing to representatives, Johnson & Johnson FINALLY removes a few KNOWN carcinogens from formulations intended for United States consumers. BUT WE STILL HAVE MORE WORK TO DO, HERE'S WHY...
Keywords: toxin, cancer, baby, neutrogena, aveeno, asthma, eczema, carcinogen
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Consumer Activist VICTORY Over Johnson & Johnson - KNOWN Carcinogens Removed From Baby Products (2014, February 11)
After more than 20 years of trying, consumer activists were finally able to convince Johnson & Johnson to remove KNOWN carcinogens from their products.
Keywords: Johnson and Johnson, Johnson & Johnson, baby, products, bath, shampoo, powder, safety
Johnson & Johnson Again Vows to Remove a Few Baby Carcinogens (2013, May 6)
Vowing isn't the same as doing - get the CARCINOGENS out of our baby products.
Keywords: jnj, johnson and johnson, johnson & johnson, J&J, boycott, recall, baby, products
Sodium Laureth Sulfate Contaminated with Known Carcinogen 1,4-dioxane (2013, April 19)
This contaminant MUST be banned in United States as it is in other countries for the health and safety of our children.
Keywords: 1,4-dioxane, dioxane, carcinogen, sodium, laureth, sulfate, contamination, persistent
JNJ to Remove Harmful Chems from Baby Care by 2013 and Adult Care by 2015 (2012, August 17)
What are consumers to use until harmful chems are removed?
Keywords: jnj, johnson and johnson, johnson + johnson, J&J, shampoo, toxin, toxic, aveeno
What Contains Formaldehyde at 200 Times OSHA Safe Exposure Limit? Johnson & Johnson Baby Shampoo. (2012, March 23)
Just how risky is it to use a baby shampoo that contains 200 times the OSHA safe exposure limit of formaldehyde on your child? Read this to find out.
Keywords: jnj, johnson and johnson, johnson & johnson, J&J, toxic, carcinogen, shampoo, baby