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Research Article

Methylisothiazolinone: An Emergent Allergen in Common Pediatric Skin Care Products

Table 7

Terms used in the marketing of common pediatric skin care products containing MI.

Marketing of MI-containing pediatric products
BrandProductMarketing phrase(s) on product label

HuggiesNatural care baby wipes“Hypoallergenic"
One & done refreshing baby wipes“Alcohol-free, gentle ingredients"
Simply clean baby wipes“Alcohol-free, gentle ingredients"

Nice-Pak ProductsBaby wipes“Hypoallergenic, alcohol-free"

Parent's Choice Fragrance-free baby wipes“Hypoallergenic with aloe"
Fresh scent baby wipes“Hypoallergenic with aloe"

Rockline Inc.Pure ’n Gentle antibacterial hand wipes“Hypoallergenic & alcohol-free with natural aloe & vitamin E"

EquateAntibacterial hand wipes“Hypoallergenic, with vitamin E & aloe"

Galvin & Galvin London KidsDubble trubble 2-in-1 shampoo & body wash“Certified organic"

Suave Kids body wash“Dermatologist-tested, gentle, tear-free, dye-free"

SanrioHello Kitty bubble bath“Tear-free, gentle, hypoallergenic formula"

Neutrogena Pure & free baby sunscreen SPF 60+“100% naturally sourced sunscreen ingredients, #1 dermatologist-recommended suncare"

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