Johnson’s Baby Powder, Hypoallergenic, 22 oz

Walmart # 269445

Johnson’s Baby Powder, Hypoallergenic, 22 oz

Walmart # 269445
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Johnson's baby powder gently absorbs moisture to soothe delicate skin, and leave it feeling soft and smooth. Specially formulated for babies, this baby powder is dermatologist-tested and clinically proven mild and gentle. This hypoallergenic baby powder is free of parabens, phthalates, dyes, and harsh fragrances. Formulated to be gentle, never harsh, this powder has a light, silky texture for easy application. It's great for kids and adults, too! Try it at the beach to help easily remove sand or use it as a dry shampoo alternative for adults.

About This Item

  • Helps reduce friction and irritation
  • Formulated for babies
  • Pure talc and clean, classic fragrance
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As an older woman, age 55, I just love using baby powder all over my skin, after I have toweled off from a shower. Especially now that the weather is getting warmer, I like the cool feeling on my skin of baby powder. Makes getting dressed easier. Remember not to pour out too much at one time, because it will mushroom up in a cloud and make breathing a little harder. Also it settles everywhere and my closet is beginning to look like a snowy day at times. It's light on the skin and feels great!

Now causes rashes on me and baby

I've used Johnson's baby powder (JBP) (cornstarch)my entire life --as did my mom-- and I've used it on my kids as well. I'd never had a problem with it UNTIL this past year. I've always been a very big girl/woman so JBP has forever been a mainstay in my hygiene practices. I just had my second child in January 2018 (oldest is 12) and of course I used JBP with her first diaper change, as with each one until she was about a month old. I changed her frequently, cleaned and dried her well, and always used JBP as I did with my oldest. But she began developing an irritation or rash where it looked as though the skin was peeling, from front to back and halfway down her thighs. I tried using different wipes, creams, ointments, soaps, and even diapers, but it would not let up. Never did I imagine it could have been the powder that caused it. At her 1-month checkup we saw a different doctor than usual who said to stop using powder immediately (citing risk to lungs) and prescribed an antibacterial ointment for the rash. I thought both of those things to be weird/overbearing but I stopped using powder with her very next change just for the heck of it and waited on the ointment. As soon as I stopped using the powder (using only A&D ointment instead) the rash began to clear and heal. It got better and better and healed completely after about a month. It took another month for the skin discoloration to change (she has medium complexion and the rash was white/pink). Still, I thought maybe SHE was just sensitive to it and a couple months later I used it (a brand new bottle) on my own genital area for two days until I started getting the same irritation. It itched like crazy and the skin began peeling. I threw it away and I'll never buy it again. There are other brands out there but I've learned to live without powder completely.
We would never expect our Baby Powder to cause you or your little one any discomfort or give you rashes and we want to learn as much about this as possible. Give us a call at 1-866-565-2229 Mon-Fri, 9am-530pm ET. Hope to hear from you soon!

Love it

I am 60 years old and have used this my whole life. I do not believe this power causes any kind of cancer....or every child in America would have been sick! I just wish they would stop changing the formulas and scents. I love the original scent and packaging.

I defend Johnson & Johnson baby powder

I have been using J & J baby powder for more than 20 years for myself and used it on my two children when they were babies. It saddens me that people today that illnesses or circumstances are blamed on someone else. We have become a "victim" nation. If the powder causes ovarian cancer, then I guess the majority of the millions of baby girls that it has been used on over the past 100 years have ovarian cancer. So, it does not appear likely that these cases are caused by the baby powder. The life-styles and heredity factors should be examined in the women who are claiming that the powder caused their own cancers. Good luck Johnson & Johnson...I believe in you!

The best

I use this for chafing prevention I hope it's always around with talc because cornstarch can yeast even if I must order online and sign a waiver keep talc in cornstarch out.
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