Many parents use wet wipes for baby care, and are not even aware that they are not good for the baby’s skin. Many babies get redness and itching because of them, because their skin is sensitive.
Various wipes and products such as Johnson, Cottonelle and Huggies contain the hazardous chemical called methylisothiazolinone.
A pediatrician and dermatologist Dr. Mary Wu Chang has conducted many tests. An eight year old girl had expressed rash, and Dr. Chang found that only these wipes are a major cause of that rash.
In addition to these girls, five other children had the same symptoms, and all because of these wipes. The doctor therefore advises parents to turn to alternative and not use these products, which are full of chemicals.
In the meantime there is a discussion to whether products such as Johnson and many similar ones are cancerous. Therefore you need to make sure you understand and be careful what you put into contact with your children because children are very sensitive and that is why you need to take special care of them.
Source: Cuisine & Health