Attention Parents! Did You know That Johnson & Johnson May Be Poisoning Your Child?
When it comes to the health and safety of a baby, most parents will do anything they can to protect that. It’s common to use special products specially made for babies. However, some of these products may not be as safe as they claim to be. Johnson and Johnson, perhaps the most recognizable baby product makers, has been on the hot seat in the last few years for some of the chemicals in their product and is slow to phasing them out of products in America.
Most people have no idea what chemical names mean or what the ingredients listed in many products actually do. It’s normal to trust what the companies says about the ingredients and trust when they assure their products are safe. It wouldn’t be on the market if it was unsafe, right? Wrong. In the past few decades, many chemicals that are put into everyday household items have been found to be dangerous, toxic, and even cancer causing. Most recently, Johnson and Johnson has been a target for much scrutiny after it came to light that they regularly use poisonous chemicals in some of the products that are made especially for babies, specifically their baby shampoo.