Johnsons Baby Powder Pure Cornstarch

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  • Johnson's Baby Powder Doesn't Do It's Job.

    Jun 4, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Nice scent, inexpensive
    Cons: Made my daughter's yeast infection worse

    Summary: I have always used Johnson's Baby Powder when I get out of the shower. It keeps me feeling fresh and clean by putting it on my body. However, I will no longer use it on my daughter for her diaper rash. However, I do use it to keep her smelling ... read more

  • Johnson's Baby Powder - A Mom's Best friend

    Mar 13, 2007 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Keeps you smelling good all day.
    Cons: Not for use on babies under 1 year of age.

    Summary: Our city can get pretty hot in the summer so having this baby powder on hand at all times help out a lot. After my kids are bathe, I put this all over their body and their backs to help keep their backs dry from sweat. If ever they sweat too much, I ... read more

  • No more bad diaper rashes

    Mar 14, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Get's rid of diaper rashes Fast!
    Cons: can be a little messy

    Summary: Okay now, I will be the first to admit that when my mother told me years ago to try to use some cornstarch on the baby's rash I thought she was nuts. I tried the A&D ointment, desitin you name it , I tried it. One day I said okay, maybe ... read more

  • A few sprinkles a day, keeps the rashes away

    Mar 7, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: keeps rash away, feels silky, nice scent, cheap
    Cons: none

    Summary: I've used Johnson's Baby Powder Pure Cornstarch on my son practically since the day I brought him home. He is now nearing 3 1/2 months old and he has never once had diaper rash. I owe it to Johnson and Johnson. Johnson's ... read more

  • Johnson's Baby Powder With Lavender and Chamomile

    Feb 18, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Wonderful for keeping baby and you dry.
    Cons: Can be harmful if inhaled.

    Summary: The Johnson & Johnson family products have been around as long as I can remember. They have always made excellent products for taking care of baby and you. When my sister and I were little I can remember Mom using their shampoo and powder on ... read more

  • Making Children Happy - not what you think!

    Jan 27, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Safer than talc-based powders
    Cons: Shouldn't be used on baby's bottoms, in spite of the manufacturer's claims

    Summary: I'm a NICU nurse. That's Neonatal ICU, in case you weren't sure. Sometimes I work in the Well-baby nursery, if they're busy and the NICU isn't. For the last 20 + years, I've been preaching one thing to parents about this and similar products -- don't ... read more

  • Old Fashioned Remedy/ Touted as "New!"

    Nov 3, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Natural ingredients, soothes' baby's rash
    Cons: Don't recommend for use on baby girls'.

    Summary: When my son was a baby, and money was tight, I usually took the advice of my mother, when it came to taking care of my new-born son. One of the many things she taught me was that, sometimes, the old-fashioned way, was still the best ... read more

  • There Is More Than One Use For This

    Oct 30, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Helps absorb moisture
    Cons: None yet

    Summary: We just love this Johnson's Baby Powder with Cornstarch in my house. I know that many people feel differently about that. For us, this has been a lifesaver. You see, our son sweats when he takes a bath. We are very lucky that he has had ... read more

  • Pamper Your Baby... And Yourself.

    Sep 29, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: thick, absorbent, silky texture, subtle scent, works just as well as talc baby powder
    Cons: top is difficult to turn

    Summary: Until just a few months ago, I used regular baby powder on my son's diaper area. But I read somewhere along the line that the talc in baby powder can cause cancer. The first thing that I did was go out and purchase a bottle of Johnson's Baby Powder with ... read more

  • Not good for rash prone babies

    Sep 5, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Great for adults underarms
    Cons: Caused diaper rash to get worse

    Summary: We were glad to get a sample of Johnsons baby powder with cornstarch at our baby shower but were disappointed that it seemed to make rashes on our son worse. My son is very rash prone and can get a rash from a wet diaper that's only been on for thirty ... read more

  • Great for keeping bottoms dry!

    Jun 1, 2000 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: good for protection against heat rashes
    Cons: none

    Summary: We use this powder because it keeps our son's bottom nice and dry. It helps prevent and clear up any rashes. It's also really great to cool you off. I have found that when we use powder before we put on a fresh diaper, then there are a lot less ... read more

  • Smooth as silk

    May 25, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: baby fresh smell, clears up rashes
    Cons: powder puffs into baby's nose

    Summary: That is how it feels, smooth as silk on your baby's bottom. It's the Johnsons Baby Powder that I've known and loved all my life plus Pure Cornstarch. I used to use straight cornstarch from my kitchen when Tara and Benjamin had bad diaper rashes, ... read more

  • Not for my circumcised bunchkin!

    May 4, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Less likely to irritate baby's fragile lungs
    Cons: Gets into folds of circumcision

    Summary: I was given loads of the Johnson & Johnson's Pure Cornstarch Powder at showers. I was told that corn starch was the way to go because it had less chance of irritating my son's lungs like powders containing talc. When James was first born ... read more

  • Good for diaper rash

    Apr 21, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Cornstarch, open/close lid
    Cons: none

    Summary: I love the Johnson's baby powder with cornstarch. I think the key is the cornstarch part. When my son was about 18 months he had a bad case of diaper rash. Really his first ever. It was the type that would start to clear up and then the next diaper ... read more

  • DON'T KNOCK IT UNTIL YOU HAVE TRIED IT!!!!!

    Mar 29, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: kind of effective
    Cons: doesn't work well for all kids

    Summary: I have a fourteen month old son and when he was in between four months and six months he kept getting diaper rashes. First of all, I also changed his diaper when ever he messed it up. I tried everything from changing his diaper brand to ... read more

  • It's new! It's improved! We like it!

    Feb 14, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Light "babyish" scent, nice smoothing feel
    Cons: Danger of inhalation, controversy

    Summary: Long ago, when my daughters were babies, I didn't know that there was any controversy regarding using baby powder. I hadn't heard anything about inhaling or other dangers of the stuff. I just liked it after a bath. It seemed that they liked it too. ... read more

  • Better than you think...

    Feb 8, 2000 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Heals rashes, protects skin from wetness, better for lungs tha talc
    Cons: Hard to wipe off of nighttime diapers

    Summary: Before I left the hospital, I was told not to use talc on my newborn because it could damage his lungs. I was told to instead use cornstarch, which I am using now. I use all the powders from Johnsonís and Johnsonís, not only for my son, but for ... read more

  • Not On My Baby Thank you

    Feb 7, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: nice fresh scent
    Cons: Too coarse and heavy

    Summary: I bought the J&J powder with cornstarch once when my baby was only 2 months old and i ran out of her regular diaper cream and the nearest drug store was out of it.I always used some kind of ointment or powder before diapering my baby and i ended up ... read more

  • Its not what they promise!

    Jan 24, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: none
    Cons: bad for baby's skin, worsen's diaper rash!

    Summary: I have used almost ALL the baby products there are from Johnson's because I've always had a great experience with them. They have the best smell and are the most effective.So when I saw this cornstarch baby powder from Johnsons on the supermarket shelf, ... read more

  • Irritates Sensitive Skin

    Jan 22, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: powder fresh smell
    Cons: coarse & irritating

    Summary: We love the powder smell, but cornstarch is tough on sensitive skin. It's not as fine as talc and the coarse grains constantly rubbing in that diaper can't feel good. It only made our little on worse. I do use normal talc (usually generic) or ... read more

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