Johnson & Johnson removes formaldehyde from shampoo
Johnson & Johnson has removed formaldehyde from its popular "No More Tears" baby shampoo.
The company told the New York Times that as of January it has created an entirely new formula for the shampoo sold under the label "Improved Formula."
Formaldehyde is a naturally-occurring chemical, but the federal government classifies it as a cancer-causing agent in high doses.
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