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While my babies are no longer babies… I use to use JOHNSON’S Baby products with them when they were little. It always left them smelling fresh and clean.
Fast forward a few years to my 11-year-old who has severe seasonal allergies and when he has to take a shower the poor kid would be sneezing and sneezing and sneezing because of the perfumes and scents that are in the products he would use. I decided about six months ago to try switching the products that he uses to JOHNSON’S Baby because I know how gentle the formula is. And sure enough, it has worked like a charm in helping him to sneeze less!
I promise my kids that I will help them along the way with whatever their challenges may be, big or small and JOHNSON’S Baby has also made a promise to moms regarding the safety of their products. “After we heard that some moms were concerned about the ingredients in our products, we made the decision to stand up and change our product formulas—not because of safety, but for peace of mind.” ~JOHNSON’S Baby
The JOHNSON’S Baby Family is excited to introduce seven newly reformulated products:
- JOHNSON’S Baby HEAD-TO-TOE Wash
- JOHNSON’S Baby Lotion
- JOHNSON’S Baby Shampoo
- JOHNSON’S Baby Shampoo & Conditioner for Thick and Curly Hair
- JOHNSON’S Baby Shampoo & Conditioner for Thin and Straight Hair
- JOHNSON’S Baby Shampoo with Calming Lavender
- JOHNSON’S Baby Soothing Vapor Baby Bath
JOHNSON’S Baby has met their 2013 Safety and Care Commitment to remove formaldehyde-releasing preservatives and reduce traces of 1,4 dioxane from all of their baby products, everywhere around the world.
Additionally, for most of the new and improved baby products, they have removed parabens – ahead of their 2015 commitment as part of their promise to you. Please visit Johnson’s Baby for more info.
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post in partner with JOHNSON’S Baby and The Motherhood. All opinions expressed are my own.