Aveeno Daily Moisturising Lotion

7 thoughts on “Aveeno Daily Moisturising Lotion”

  1. Isn’t it amazing the claims some companies get away when promoting an ‘oatmeal’ product?

    All in favour of this product being renamed, “Toxic Sludge With A Dash of Colloidal Oatmeal”?

    *raised both hands*

  2. Thanks for the info. Not only do I use this brand but I use the kids version of Aveeno on my 5 year old son & have been doing so for several years.

    The kids version is actually found on the baby aisle & my doctor recommended this brand. Yikes!!! 🙁

  3. In the latest news, J & J have decided to remove ingredients from their products that have been found to be toxic! How good of them!They hope to have all ready by 2015 … steer clear until them!

  4. This makes me so angry!! I have been dealing with skin allergies for years and have sought help with all results coming up a mystery. I have been on many medications, benedryl, etc., etc. My family doctor sent me to a Dermatologist who suggested that my shower water was too warm, I should enter the water “back first” and apply Aveeno Daily Moisturizer every morning and night and to use the Aveeno Shower Gel instead of soap, Aveeno Shampoo, etc and all will be healed! Needless to say, it has not helped one bit andon top of using Aveeno products, I started to eliminate foods from my diet. First gluten, then dairy and as of two weeks ago, I am fully vegan and still persistent itching with the skin condition. I assumed that Aveeno was all natural and vegan but decided for curiosity sake to look it up and have come across all of this information. I will stop using Aveeno products immediately!

  5. Hi Jaci, I can really relate to your plight. I,too, received ill-advise from a dermatologist during my teenage years. I was advised to get my face sunburnt to ‘help’ my acne! My free reports may interest you, learn how to read ingredients labels and find out what to avoid. I recommend products that are certified organic to food standards. You can find more info at my web site and please don’t hesitate to contact me for further info. I am sure you will find all the answers to you problems! Best regards, Karen

  6. The cosmetic industry is self regulated! … that is how products that can cause harm are still permitted on the shelves. Vote with your $s, learn to read labels, recognise ingredients and refuse to purchase rubbish. Return the product and demand a refund . Notify the company who produced the product.

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