Archive | baby shampoo

Kidscounter: Safe, Non-Toxic, Shampoo, Conditioner and Body Wash



Do you really know what is in your child’s shampoo or conditioner? Probably not. That is because most products from major companies and corporations don’t have to disclose all the ingredients in their products. Sometimes, chemicals are the byproducts of other ingredients.  And many of these ingredients can be harmful to human health. Yes, something […]

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8 Toxins to Avoid in Shampoo and Body Wash



This post is sponsored by Earth Mama Angel Baby and Green Sisterhood.   Picture this. You are trying to finish your grocery shopping. You are hungry, but more importantly, so are your kids. The window for getting what you need with children in relatively good spirits is quickly closing. You need to grab organic shampoo and body […]

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Johnson and Johnson to Remove Toxic Chemicals from Baby Products (finally!)



At BlogHer 2012, I walked into a sponsor room. I was drawn to pictures of women and children from other countries, and was interested in what sort of nonprofit or organization was doing maternal and infant/child international work. Then I saw that the whole room was a Johnson and Johnson sponsored room. While I was […]

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Toxic Baby Soap and Shampoo



We’ve been talking about the nasty chemicals in baby’s bath products here before. I’ve listed ingredients to avoid, ways to avoid parabens and phthalates. Now, the Environmental Working Group has released a report about the cancer causing chemicals present in many baby soaps and shampoos. Major brands such as Johnson & Johnson Baby Shampoo (how […]

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New Study on Phthalates in Baby Shampoo, Lotion, and Powder–



Here is a link to a new study about chemicals called phthalates found in young babies’ blood after they used a shampoo, lotion or powder. Read the MSN article here. What are phthalates? A chemical found in many of our everyday products, including soft plastic toys, any vinyl product (shower curtains, bags, changing pads, or […]

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