Use Johnson's Baby Powder with Lavender & Chamomile after baths and diaper changes to help keep your baby feeling comfortable and soothed. Formulated for babies, but suitable for the whole family, this powder gently absorbs excess moisture, helping your baby‚Äôs skin feel dry, fresh, and smooth. Clinically proven to be gentle and mild, this baby powder is comprised of pure cornstarch with lavender and chamomile fragrance. Johnson's Baby Powder with Lavender & Chamomile is allergy-tested and dermatologist-tested and has a delicate, calming scent.
- Soothes skin and absorbs moisture
- Relaxes the Senses and Keeps Skin Baby Soft
- Made from pure cornstarch
- Helps reduce friction and irritation
- Formulated for babies' delicate skin
- Calming lavender and chamomile scents
Zea Mays (Corn) Starch; Tri-Calcium Phosphate.
Use after every bath and diaper change. Shake powder into your hand and smooth onto skin. Apply powder liberally as often as necessary.
Safety Warning: For external use only. Do not apply to broken, irritated skin. Keep powder away from child's face to avoid inhalation, which can cause breathing problems. Keep out of reach of children. Close tightly after use. Store in a cool dry place.
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