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JOHNSON’S® baby powder

 JOHNSON’S® baby Powder
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24 reviews 12 out of 24 (50%) recommend this product Write a review

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2 weeks 3 days ago

mom of three

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Age: 25-34
State: New York
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I have three childern (six, three and a new born). I will only use j&j products on my childern. My whole family uses the brand and I've been loyal to it. Off brands irate my childerns' skin and I've never had a bad experience with j&j and will continue to use them!
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Rochester, NY, USA
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5 months 1 week ago

Baby Powder (with Aloe) with blue cap

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Age: Over 65
State: California
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I've bought Johnsons for 50 years and suddenly there is a fragrance, noticeable, and it makes me sick. I am allergic to perfumes and the first time I used my recent purchase, I felt sick. First of all, it says WITH ALOE. I assume that is the fragrance. Wouldn't think that could be a bad thing. And the top was always white, now it's aqua blue which must apply to a new formula.
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old baby
Location: 
Los Angeles
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Response from Johnson and Johnson, JOHNSON'S® Baby, Consumer Care 5 months 1 week ago
HI there. We are so sorry to hear that you had this experience while using our product. This is not something that we would expect. We would like to speak with you to learn more about what happened. Please call our Consumer Care Center at 1-866-565-2229. Our specialists are available Monday through Friday 8am to 8pm EDT. We look forward to hearing from you.
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7 months 1 week ago

Johnson's product is TALC, does not contain cornstarch

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Age: 25-34
State: Colorado
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Johnson's Baby Powder is talc and fragrances. It does NOT contain cornstarch. In my opinion, it is not wise to use talc on the human body. I prefer a product such as cornstarch and baking powder or arrowroot, plus favourite oils or fragrances -- you can make this yourself!
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Nicky-Nicky-Nimbo
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Denver, CO, USA
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10 months 1 week ago

Good for adult skin care

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Age: Over 65
State: New Jersey
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I want to know if J&J would consider making a fragrance-free baby powder. The aloe baby powder states it is made of corn starch but has fragrance added to it. Corn starch does not have a smell. A fragrance-free product could open up a whole new line for the company. Every one these days wants to be careful of not offending others with a scent or allergy prone irritants. Of course, the wonderful classic fragrance could be in the standard baby powder. Hope you will think about this.
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healthcare
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Ewing Township, NJ
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11 months 2 weeks ago

Cooling Cucumber Melon

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Age: 25-34
State: Washington
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Hello there I apsolutely love this product I have used it for a adult yeast and I have found no product like it my bottle is almost gone and I have searched high and low from drug stores to super markets I cant find it any more can you tell me when it will come back and where to get it I originally got it at Walmart and kmart I hope it goes back on the market its a amazing product and im miserable with out it sincerely angel
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ladysilky
Location: 
Everett, WA, USA
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11 months 2 weeks ago

Used to like the scent of "baby powder"

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Age: 55-65
State: Ohio
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Used to love using the Johnsons baby powder to help keep me dry, not any more, cannot stand the smell of the product. Used to the smell of "baby powder", now it just stinks.
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1 year 3 months ago

Bring back the old scent

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Age: 55-65
State: New York
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As a migraine sufferer with serious migraines triggered by perfumes the one and only luxury I could indulge in was Johnson’s baby powder. The new scent has now taken this luxury away from me… so very, very disappointed.
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Lyn
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Ballina
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1 year 4 months ago

Adult Use

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Age: 55-65
State: Michigan
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I take care of a disabled man in a wheelchair who is a vet and I have used other powders but quit and now go back to only Johnsons as he likes that the best. Keeps him from sores . I love it and also that is what the VA uses.
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