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JOHNSON’S Baby Powder 500 gm Bottle

JOHNSON’S Baby Powder 500 gm Bottle powder

Brand: Johnson & Johnson

Talc, Parfum

Johnson's Baby Powder

For infants, 500gm.

Absorbs excess moisture from baby's skin, keeps it soft, dry, and healthy, eliminates friction and protects skin from chaffing and rubbing, no paraben or dye, hypoallergenic.

Johnson’s Baby Powder keeps skin smooth, pleasant, and dry. This baby powder mix glides over your baby's skin and leaves it feeling delightfully soft and dry while giving soothing comfort, with a clean, classic aroma. It is tested by the dermatologists and is hypoallergenic (unlikely to cause allergic reaction). The powder contains gentle, never harsh formulation which is clinically proven to be Mild for baby’s delicate skin. It is made up with purified talc that is evaluated by medical and scientific experts. It protects skin from rubbing/chaffing, eliminates friction, and keeps gives long-lasting freshness. It is allergy-tested and said to be hypoallergenic (unlikely to cause allergic reaction).

  1. Ingredients:
  • Talcum
  • FragranceForm: Powder

Variant/Type/Size: Johnson's Baby Powder, 500 gm.

Key Benefits:

  • Minimizes risk of allergies (hypoallergenic)
  • Powder is clinically proven to be gentle and mild on baby’s skin
  • Contains purified talc fully assessed by medical experts
  •  Eliminates friction
  • Protects skin from rubbing and chaffing
  • Absorbs moisture and keeps skin dry, soft, and healthy
  • Dermatologist approved
  • Free from paraben (preservative) or dyes
  1. Is Johnson baby powder safe to use?

Johnson & Johnson has maintained that their talc-based baby powder is safe to use. Talc, the world's softest mineral, is used to absorb moisture and improve the feel of hundreds of items.

2.What are some side effects observed with talcum powder?

Respiratory (breathing) problems are observed in infants if they inhale or ingest talcum powder particles.

3.Can baby powder be applied on vagina?

Reports suggest that women should not use products containing natural minerals on their genitals, such as baby powder, genital antiperspirants and deodorants, body wipes, and bath bombs.

4.What is a safe substitute for baby powder?

Any moisture-absorbing powders containing cornstarch, baking soda, tapioca starch, arrowroot starch, kaolin clay, rice starch, and oat flour blends are examples of healthy alternatives to baby powder.

5.Is it safe to use baby powder now?

Yes, baby powder is now generally considered safe to use. However, like any product you use on your infant, it's a good idea to be cautious.

  • For external use only
  • Keep out of contact with children's nose or mouth to avoid inhalation.
  • Its inhalation can cause breathing problems, in that case see a doctor right away.
  • Keep away from the reach of children as it contains small parts that upon ingestion cause choking.
  • Avoid eye contact.
  • Shake powder directly into your hand, away from the face, before smoothing onto the skin.
  • Perfect for us after diaper change or warm bath.
  • Close tightly after each use


  • Store at or below room temperature
  • Keep away from the reach of children.


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