Note: This post is sponsored by The Motherhood and Johnson’s. All opinions are my own.
I have always loved the smell of Johnson’s baby shampoo. There was a lot of media attention a while back about Johnson’s, because they had ingredients in their products that people were not happy about. As moms, we want the best for our babies and I know I try to do the best for my baby by what I put on or against her skin. I also make all her food and if I can’t, I buy all natural or organic pre-made baby food.
JOHNSON’S® Baby always listens to moms and although our products have always been safe, we took a stand and changed our formulas to give moms peace of mind.
- We are always committed to listen to moms, and although our products have always been safe, we took a stand and changed our formulas to give you peace of mind. We’ve met our 2013 Safety and Care Commitment to remove formaldehyde-releasing preservatives and reduce traces of 1,4 dioxane from all of our baby products, everywhere around the world.
- Additionally, for most of our new and improved baby products, we have removed parabens – ahead of our 2015 commitment as part of our promise to you. The new and improved products will continue to roll out onto retail shelves until we meet all of our commitments. For more information about our policies and timeline, visit safetyandcarecommitment.com.
- Our products and policies will always evolve to reflect the latest science, new regulations and – just as importantly – your views and concerns.
The JOHNSON’S® Baby Family is excited to introduce you to their seven newly reformulated products:
- JOHNSON’S® Baby HEAD-TO-TOE® Wash
- JOHNSON’S® Baby Lotion
- JOHNSON’S® Baby Shampoo
- JOHNSON’S® Baby Shampoo & Conditioner for Thick and Curly Hair
- JOHNSON’S® Baby Shampoo & Conditioner for Thin and Straight Hair
- JOHNSON’S® Baby Shampoo with Calming Lavender
- JOHNSON’S® Baby Soothing Vapor Baby Bath
I gave BabyQ a bath yesterday with the Baby Shampoo and Vapor Baby Bath. I couldn’t stop sniffing her head! Johnson’s is the ultimate baby scent to me. I love that Johnson’s is committed to listening to their customers and are striving to make changes to make people happy.
This video concept was inspired by a Japanese legend that folding 1,000 origami cranes will result in a wish granted and a promise fulfilled, which is thought to be a big labor of love. Changing our products was our labor of love for moms and babies, but we used storks in our video because they represent the delivery of babies, and the hopes and promises of families.
Do you use Johnson’s? If you stopped because of the ingredients that were in their products, will you give them another try?