Manufacturers should always put the safety of their consumers as their top priority especially when making products used by young and defenseless children. Also, seasoned products should never be complacent and keep on making quality products that makes their company last through the years.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is now investigating complaints that babies and toddlers are suffering from blisters and diaper rashes that are believed to be caused by the new version of Swaddlers and Cruisers diapers launched by Procter & Gamble in March.
The diaper being investigated features a Dry Max technology which replaces the paper pulp that the company previously used in making diapers.
In a statement, the company denied that the new Dry Max technology is causing chemical burns based on their research and complaints they’ve received.
The CPSC urges parents to file complaints if their children suffered from the possible product defect.