Class Action Law Suit Against Walmart Inc and Johnson & Johnson
In short this video shows that baby shampoo manufactured by J&J and Walmart contains methyline chloride a toxin that OSHA prevents contact with at construction sites, i.e. a person handling them must have a gas mask, protective eye-wear, protective gloves, and protective clothing.
Methylene chloride if you had been exposed to this stuff you get increased risk of developing cancer, adverse effects on the heart, central nervous system and liver, and skin or eye irritation. Exposure may occur through breathing, by absorption through the skin, or through contact with the skin. MC is a solvent, which is used in many different types of work activities, such as paint stripping, polyurethane foam manufacturing, and cleaning and degreasing. So I am wonder how this stuff ended up being in children’s shampoo, OSHA knew about this stuff and established controls of occupational exposure. Now we find that Johnson’s Baby shampoo and Wal-Marts Equate Tearless Baby wash both contain methylene chloride, banned by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in cosmetics Symptoms of being exposed to this stuff are effects on the central nervous system, headaches, disorientation, dizziness, fatigue, and decreased attention span; skin effects such as chapping, erythema, cracked skin, or skin burns; and cardiac effects such as chest pain or shortness of breath.
So we all assumed that baby shampoo was safe for our kids and we find that they are being poisoned and have risks of getting cancer. A federal judge in New Jersey has allowed two proposed class action lawsuits to proceed against Wal-Mart Stores Inc and Johnson & Johnson over the sale of children’s shampoo and baby wash allegedly containing a toxin linked to cancer
The charges against Johnson and Johnson are they are manufacturing several baby bath products with dangerous toxins and markets them safe for children Johnson & Johnson is also charged with falsely promoting these products as “gentle,” “hypoallergenic,” “dermatologist-tested,” or “pediatrician recommended” for children. Back on January 16, 2010 Johnson & Johnson issued a massive recall of over-the-counter drugs including Tylenol, Motrin and St. Joseph’s aspirin because of a moldy smell that has made people sick.
It does make you wonder if big Pharma is creating products that make us sick and get the additional monetary gain by creating drugs that counter the damage they created in the first place. Sounds very similar to the swine flu hype don’t you think. The questions is what other products are causing harm for profit. Are we being deliberately being poisoned?