This review is for Johnson's Gentle Baby Body Moisture Wash, 16.9 fl. Oz. Since the grandbaby (9 months old) could not give much feedback, I tried the product on myself. Figuring that the face is the most sensitive skin on my body, I tried the Johnson's Gentle Baby Body Moisture Wash product there. It left my face very clean and soft. I started thinking that this may be a great product for adults, especially older (like me) as well, except that it does leave that great Johnson's baby smell on you. It states “no more tears” on the bottle, but I did not want to try that experiment and I will take Johnson's word on that.
I'm not sure if I got lucky or not, but the first pump is difficult. I turned the nozzle 90 degrees and expected the pump top to lift, but it did not. Then I gently pulled it upward and in 3 pumps the product came out. I saw in other reviews that they had broken the top trying to get that first pump, so be careful.
As is expected, it looks like Johnson's has done their research to keep this and their other products as safe and harmless as possible. Johnson's states that they have simplified their baby products formulas to be “simpler, gentler formulas”. While there are ingredients in this product that are hard to pronounce, a lot of them are derived from natural sources. Almost any skin/hair soap/shampoo is going to have some form of laurate (also found in toothpaste to create foaming effect), glycerin(skin softener) and sodium benzoate (preservative).
Johnson's Gentle Baby Body Moisture Wash is made by Johnson & Johnson – an American company. I could not find anywhere on the bottle or their website whether this product line is made in America or elsewhere.
There are a couple of more products that compliment this product. One is Johnson's Bedtime Baby Moisture Wash and Johnson's CottonTouch 2-in-1 Wash and Shampoo.