When to stop useing johnsons body wash for my son?
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Emily - posted on 06/12/2011
I would stop using it right now - immediately. The chemicals in JNJ products, such as 1,4-dioxane and formaldehyde are known carcinogens. For an in-depth look at Johnson and Johnson, type Johnson and Toxin into a search engine and find out more.
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Sherri - posted on 06/12/2011
I stopped using the baby products by the time they were a year old and never bought baby shampoo have always just used regular adult shampoo. I just leaned them back so they never got it in their eyes. I personally don't think the baby/kids products clean as well.
Morgan - posted on 06/02/2010
I think I would use them untill the kids were about 5-6
lol I used the body wash my self after I gave birth, I had 33 stiches and its the only thing I would dared to have put on my body and I even washed my hair with it in fear of the suds of my regular shampoo dripping down my body!!
Elrike - posted on 06/02/2010
My son is almost six and I still use baby products on him. Except for shampoo, just not effective anymore. i just feel that it is gentler on his skin, and it smells so nice! So my advise would be use it as long as he allows you to!
Jawaka - posted on 06/02/2010
I usually go around 4 when they start to use the grown up soaps. However my 9 yr old son actually washes his hair with baby wash and always has. I tried the regular shampoos(and I have 3 girls and myself all with different hair textures so we've purchased quite a few) and the baby wash actually works the best and is overall inexpensive.
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