I know that this blog is for adult issues.
But this is so outrageous that I had to comment about it.
What are corporations thinking when they formulate their products. It certainly can’t be about the safety of the end user.
Consumers are making the difference when it comes to companies taking action to remove potentially harmful substances from their products. Johnson & Johnson, the maker of “No More Tears” baby shampoo, responded to consumer pressure in 2011, promising to remove formaldehyde and 1,4-dioxane from the product by the end of 2013.
This has now been accomplished, and the reformulated products are now being seen on store shelves across the globe. According to the New York Times, they are expected to completely replace the old versions over the next few months.
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