|Photo from Forbes article.|
As the article notes, I do have to wonder how long it will take J&J to actually do this as they have been dragging their feet for awhile. Many are calling out for a boycott to put the pressure on J&J, as they are currently keeping these products on shelves in the United States.
Like one comment stated on the Forbes article - we don't have to take this crap from big companies. We are more knowledgeable about products than our parents were and we have the power to make other, safer choices for our kids. And we shouldn't have to pay a premium price to do it.
I gave the big "Eff U!" to J&J even before I had kids. Seriously, how crappy is it that a company that is trusted by many for our children knowingly have a toxic product?
For more information from the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, download their report: Baby's Tub Is Still Toxic.