Are Johnson’s baby wipes discontinued?
We are sorry, JOHNSON’S®Baby Wipes have been discontinued.
This is because the product has been discontinued in the UK. … There are no safety concerns, so if you still have JOHNSON’S® baby wipes please continue to enjoy them.
Are Johnsons baby wipes safe?
Despite advice from the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) that mums should use water alone on newborns, the study found that the Johnson’s wipes were as effective and as safe as water and hydrated babies’ skin just as well. …
Why did they change Johnson baby lotion?
However the packaging has been given a major overhaul for the first time, in order to be more convenient for parents. Bottles have been designed with pumps and more grippable designs, to make them easier to use while holding a baby.
Do babies need to be wiped after pee?
You Don’t Need Wipes For Pee Diapers
You don’t have to worry about wiping baby down after a pee, Jana says, because urine rarely irritates the skin, and because today’s diapers are so absorbent, the skin hardly comes into contact with urine anyway.
Why do baby wipes burn my face?
The culprit is a preservative called methylisothiazolinone (MI), which is found in personal care and household products. This is the first time MI in wet wipes has been reported to cause the allergic skin rash, called allergic contact dermatitis, in the United States, according to the report’s authors.
Are baby wipes safe to use daily?
In short, yes! If it helps you feel more clean and fresh, that is certainly okay. There are also wipes made for women, sometimes referred to as feminine hygiene wipes but there’s nothing wrong with using baby wipes. … You may have to use caution with scented wipes since they could be irritating.
Are alcohol wipes FDA approved?
Sani-Hands instant hand-sanitizing wipes from PDI, Orangeburg, NY, is the only FDA-approved, 70% alcohol-based hand-sanitizing wipe available in the United States market.