1 in 10 allergic to chemical found in some baby wipes
March 17, 2014
Research published in the Medical Journal of Australia has found that allergic reactions from the chemical methylisothiazolinone (also known as MI) have risen from 4% to 11% in the last two years!
The results are so alarming that there are calls to have the preservative banned. Manufacturers worldwide are taking notice but it will take time for the chemical to be eliminated from our baby wipes.
We urge you to really take notice of the ingredients on the back of your packet of baby wipes to make sure that you are not using a product that is going to be harmful to you baby's precious skin.
WOTNOT does not use MI or any other synthetic chemicals in it's baby wipes.
If you find an ingredient that you are not sure of please post it on our Facebook page or Instagram (@wotnotnaturals) with the hastag #wotstheingredient and we will do our best to give you further information on it.
You can read the full article from The Sydney Morning Herald here.