Have you or your child developed a mysterious rash in unmentionable areas of your bodies? If so, you might need to check the labels of any pre-moistened wipes that your family uses for an ingredient that’s causing allergic reactions in many users. [More]
More than half of the baby products recently tested by the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics were found to contain trace levels of formaldehyde and dioxane. Though the study didn’t accuse Johnson & Johnson of dumping barrels of the potential carcinogens directly into their baby products, the dangerous chemicals can form during the manufacturing process as other ingredients break down. The full list of 48 tested baby shampoos, lotions, soaps, and wipes—including some well-known products you probably have on your shelf—inside.
Aaron writes, “I was just at Duane Reade in the Rock Center Concourse and I saw the best thing in the world: It’s called “Bald Guyz Head Wipes” and it notes on that packaging that it’s for wiping the shiny oils off the top of your bald head. It doesn’t appear to be a joke even.