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Johnson & Johnson Reveals Achievements In Removing Harmful Chemicals From Personal Care Products

July 7, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Johnson & Johnson said it has met its pledge to reduce or remove certain chemicals from its baby and adult care products, according to the company’s 2015 sustainability report. Among the company’s achievements are the removal of formaldehyde releasers from baby products. Also, the company said new adult care products will include the chemicals only by exception. Johnson & Johnson also said it has reduced to 4 parts per million traces of 1,4-dioxane or fewer in baby products and under 10ppm in adult care products. According to the report, triclosan was removed in all adult care products, while parabens were also eliminated from all baby products.
Kelly Franklin, "Johnson & Johnson meets ingredient commitments", Chemical Watch, July 07, 2016, © CW Research Ltd.
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