Parents Seek Recall of Huggies Baby Wipes
Parents have recently taken to social media to show what appear to be bits of glass particles found in Huggies wipes. Parents are alleging skin irritation in connection with the reflective shards
About Huggies Baby Wipes
According to USA Today, concern about Huggies baby wipes arose after a mother posted a video to Facebook saying she found shards of glass in several packages of Huggies baby wipes. Melissa Estrella posted the video in which she opened three different packages of Huggies wipes.
Since posting the video, several other parents have also claimed to find glass in Huggies baby wipes. The manufacturer says the wipes are safe and is defending itself against accusations of glass being found in the wipes.
Kimberly-Clark, the manufacturer of Huggies, said in its website it is “testing the product in question from the consumer which will allow us to conduct a full investigation.”
Statement from the Maker of Huggies Wipes
According to Kimberly-Clark they can confirm glass or fiberglass was present.
They did, however, find used to manufacture our baby wipes and state a shimmer can be caused by the microfibers reflecting light.
Huggies said in the statement, “Based on the findings of the independent testing, we are confident that our product is safe and poses no health risk to babies, so there are no plans to remove this product from the market.”
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