Baby stinky?

Forget the bath! Douse them in chemicals!

Johnson's Baby Cologne

(From the website. Bold not mine)

How to Use:
Pour a small amount in the palm of your hand and gently apply to your baby's skin.
When to Use:Anytime you want to give your baby this clean and fresh smelling scent!
Safety Warning: Keep out of reach of children. Do not use without consulting a doctor if child has asthma or allergies or a family history of either. Serious breathing problems could occur. Keep in a cool place protected from direct sunlight.
Ingredients: Water, Polysorbate 20, Trideceth-9, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Fragrance, Sodium Benzoate, Phenoxyethanol, Citric Acid, Propylene Glycol, Tetrasodium EDTA, Simethicone, Ext. Violet 2, Blue 1

10 rubber neckers:

Ayn Marie said...

WHAT THE HECK!!!??!?!?! People really feel the need to put cologne on their children??? how about you just change their diapers and give them baths if they don't smell right.

ChiroMum said...

And here I was thinking that that wonderful baby smell should be cherished, not covered up with chemicals. Silly me.

sweetviolet said...

ayn- come on. changing diapers? baths? you revolutionary, you.

chiro- that's is exactly what i thought. i smell violet to make sure no one replaced her while i wasn't looking.

Melliferous Pants said...

Wouldn't it be less expensive to pass up the Johnson's Chemical Bath for regular old bleach and water?

WunEyedDog said...

Hey, don't be sharing my cologne secrets now!!!

sweetviolet said...

would that be johnson's chemical bath, or regular old bleach and water?

Melliferous Pants said...

Regular old bleach and water. Nothing will leave you feeling more clean and it's just pennies per/bath.

PAgirly said...

now i've seen it all.

TulipGirl said...

Nothing smells as divine as the top of a little babies head. Or the crook of their little necks. Why can't we bottle that as perfume?

sweetviolet said...

aah. baby necks are my favorite parts! i can't even imagine the repercussions of bottling that scent. lots more babies?


Blog Template by YummyLolly.com - Header Frame by Pixels and Ice Cream
Sponsored by Free Web Space