(Closed) Johnson and Johnson Products?

posted 6 years ago in Babies
Post # 17
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498 posts
Helper bee

@mixtaperomance:  dr. Bronners is at Wegmans, target, whole foods and amazon.com.  Yes to carrots has a good under eye cream with blue berries ( unrelated to your question but it does seem like a good brand and they have it at Target)

 

Post # 18
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

As a nurse, I find the J&J products quite irritating for babies…they are very heavily scented, and baby skin is usually very sensitive. I can’t speak for the quality of ingredients though. I like the Aveeno Baby lotion

Post # 19
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

@mixtaperomance:  eh they aren’t too bad. I pay abiut $8 for my shampoo and thats pretty comparable to brands like redken and biolage. definitely not a cheap as suave or generic brands but it’s worth it to me to spend a little bit more

Post # 20
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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: March 2012 - Pelican Grand Beach Resort

My pediatrician has us using Cetaphil Restoraderm wash and lotion. We only use soap twice a week. Every other day, she gets a water bath. We generally use cloth wipes wet with water.

Your baby may not need lotion. Our nurses and pediatrician told us not to use lotion until/if she needed it. Around 4 months, she developed atopic dermatitis, so we use lotion now.

Post # 22
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

@mixtaperomance:  We never ended up using lotion on DS as a baby- and we usually use California Baby wash/shampoo.  Yes, it’s more expensive, but you don’t use a lot so it should still last awhile.

 

As much as formaldehyde is not cool, at the time my son was born- I was more concerned about parabens, etc….

For some reason I feel like formaldehyde being in J + J products would be a big story- in general.  I also feel like J + J products are definitely the harshest- with the SLS content.  No need for it.  My son has VERy sensitive skin, and CA Baby is amazing- I like everything from thier sunscreen, bubble bath, shampoos, lotions, Calendula Cream (great for sensitive skin, if something is needed), they have great diaper cream– 

Post # 23
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: April 2014

I use their products on myself for 20 years and I have never had any adverse effects. I would use them on my future kidlets. 

Post # 24
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Buzzing bee

@mixtaperomance:  I get my Dr. Bronner’s at Target. They have an entire aisle full of organic soaps. I think a bigger bottle runs about $12-18, but we have had our bottle for almost a year, and it’s not even half way used up (we use it twice a day for two people), so it’s definitely worth it! A little bit goes a long way. Definitely check that aisle out at Target because they have tons of inexpensive organic products like Jason.

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