Johnson's Baby Lotion For Skin Hydration, 15 Fl. Oz.

418 reviews - By: Johnson's

Johnson's Baby Lotion For Skin Hydration, 15 Fl. Oz.
MSRP : $3.99

Sale : $3.83
Sold & shipped by Mid-States Distributors
We love babies. And we understand that their delicate skin loses moisture more quickly than adults' skin. That's why we created this nourishing formula, which moisturizes for 24 hours to keep baby's skin soft and smooth. Now paraben-free, it is pediatrician- and dermatologist- tested, hypoallergenic, and gentle enough for sensitive baby skin. Moms trust Johnson's Baby Always Mild & Gentle.

How to Use:
Massage lotion over entire body to nourish baby's skin.

Safety Tip:
Keep out of reach of children. Do not use if quality seal is broken.

Water, Isopropyl Palmitate, Glycerin, Stearic Acid, Glyceryl Stearate, Cetyl Alcohol, Cetearyl Alcohol, Dimethicone, Mineral Oil, Phenoxyethanol, Polysorbate 20, Magnesium Aluminum Silicate, Fragrance, Carbomer, p-Anisic Acid, Sodium Hydroxide, Xanthan Gum, Ethylhexylglycerin, Pentaerythrityl Tetra-di-t-butyl Hydroxyhydrocinnamate, Red 33
  • 15-fluid ounce bottle of body lotion
  • Helps soothe dry skin for 24 hours
  • For babies' delicate skin
  • Ingredients to help nourish and soften
  • Baby-fresh scent
  • Clinically proven to be gentle and mild
  • Dermatologist-tested and hypoallergenic


Not intended for newborn skin...

Cetly Alcohol, Cetearyl Alcohol, Benzyl Alcohol, Stearic Acid, and Oleic Acid....all ingredients found in Johnsons Baby lotion and other Baby products by Johnsons. They say it is safe on newborns, LIES! I used this on my newborn when I ran out of out the product I normally use for sensitive skin, one night and boy I should of never used that little Johnsons Baby Body Wash in her bath, she broke out all over her body with little bumps. Her pediatrician said it was more than likely because of the switch in using JOHNSONS, because the product has alcohol in it. How is any type or alcohol in products good for newborn skin!?!? That is not equip for newborn skin, or any baby skin for that matter. Once back using the product I normally use for her skin and cleared it up quick. I am sticking to that product. JOHNSONS BABY PRODUCTS are not for babys skin! YOU ARE ONLY BUYING THE NAME NOT THE QUALITY OF THE PRODUCT. I am so disappointed. Don't be fooled by the hype!


Baby lotion irritated my grandson's skin!

My daughter and I used Johnson's Baby Lotion on her 2-week old son and that was a disaster! He broke out in an awful rash everywhere that I used the product. It created red whelps on his face, legs, arms, neck, stomach, and back! Although we stopped using the product after only two days, the rash became so bad that we had to take him to the doctor for treatment. He is now 7-weeks old and we are still treating his skin. At this time, his skin has peeled, changed colors, and has become rough and scaly. He once had even, brown-toned skin; it is now patchy (light and dark), especially in his face. As his grandmother and the one who applied the lotion to his skin, I am extremely distressed because I hate to think that I might have caused permanent damage to his baby skin (eczema). Needless to say, I do not recommend this product. We will continue to use moisturizers and pray that his skin will return to its pre-Johnson's state . . . brown and beautiful!


Works great on adults too

I'm 29, a guy and, throughout life, have found myself coated in just about any and every building, engineering or chemical product; cements, plasters, two part paints, oils, glues, caulks, fillers, brick and concrete dust, mud, rust, ash, fiberglass, floor sanding, ceramic, glass and metal dust, grime from Victorian houses long since forgotten about, harsh solvents, concentrated acids & alkalies and the unknown. Which means I need to think a bit more about my skin and get washed before I can sit down for the night, so I don't end up in hospital or leave a trail of mess behind me when I finish working. The Johnsons baby care line is absolutely great. The baby wash makes me sparkly clean again without excessively drying my skin out, and the moisturizer stops things accessing my skin so well in the first place. Plus, I constantly smell baby fresh! Now all I need is a baby care deodorant stick, shaving gel and socks.


Why did you change from the ORIGINAL formula again?

The ORIGINAL formula I would give 10 stars. I went through this several years back - I'd used J&J baby lotion since I was 15 (I'm now close to 50)with compliments from friends, family, etc. about how soft and smooth my skin looked, but then J&J changed the formula by adding mineral oil to the ingredients; I cannot use products with mineral oil. I was SO disappointed that I called the 1-800 number. A few years later they changed back (no mineral oil#. I started buying it again. About 10 years ago, I started thinking that maybe my aging skin needed something more heavy duty, so I started experimenting with other lotions without much satisfaction, so a couple of years ago I decided the heck with it - I'm sticking with the tried and true! Imagine my horror when I saw that they had put the mineral oil back in! I have one bottle without mineral oil that I've been hoarding #think I found it at a store closing - all dusty and way back on the shelf). PLEASE - Johnson & Johnson - PLEASE change back to the original ORIGINAL formula - I'm willing to pay more for the orignal baby lotion!


Ingredient change?! Why I wouldn't recommend....

Upon a recent purchase I noticed a change in packaging...and it seems ingredients as well. As I compared ingredients, mineral oil is out and coconut oil is in. This new improved product does not make the mark! It is thinner/watery. I have found that after possibly 40 years of using your product, the new and improved has only resulted in drier skin for me... Please consider a change back to a thicker more moisturizing product. With the original fragrance as well. I would recommend the original product but hesitate recommending the new watered down version. Why the change?