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Johnson & Johnson has removed formaldehyde from its baby shampoo

19
Jan
2014

Johnson Johnsons popular No More Tears baby shampoo can now claim yet another no more to its title: formaldehyde. Johnson Johnson maintains that the amount that could previously be found in one bottle of baby shampoo was 15 times less than the amount a person would be exposed to when eating one apple. And to be clear, the company was never deliberately adding formaldehyde to its older formula. But it was using another preservative in the shampoo called quaternium-15, which would eventually release formaldehyde as it aged.

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