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    • 12/6/2013
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    • 20131113-D6223-2147449939
    Incident Description: We purchased Pampers Extra Protection night time diapers. The diapers have leaked 'gel' (the crystals that turn into gel-like pods when wet). The gel that comes into contact with my son's skin causes a small blister that resembles a burn, or chemical burn. On ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (12/9/2013) We’re sorry to hear of your experience with Pampers Extra Protection Diapers and hope your son is feeling better. Please know we understand your concern and we want to assure you a great deal of research has gone into the development of our products to ensure ... (More)
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    • 6/27/2011
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    • 20110523-AD5EE-1184053
    Incident Description: The other day Consumer bought for her 7 month daughter a package of pampers cruisers with dry max. On the third diaper change she was going to do, consumer noticed a blister on the inside part of her thigh. As she opened the diaper her daughter started ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (6/20/2011) At Pampers, safety is our top priority. We’re sorry that your baby developed a rash while wearing Pampers with DryMax- we hope she is feeling better. To help us better understand your unique experience, please call our Consumer Care Line at 1-866-607-5535. ... (More)
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    • 4/2/2011
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    • 20110314-CB6DD-2147481496
    Incident Description: I have a newborn suffering from a blistery, diaper rash that began when I started using Pampers Swaddlers with DryMax. (Previously, I was using the Seventh Generation brand) I am changing her 15 times a day, using diaper cream, drying her bottom, all the ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (4/2/2011) Thank you for sharing your experience with us. We’re very sorry to hear that your baby developed a rash while wearing Pampers with DryMax and we hope she is feeling better. At Pampers (where many of us are parents ourselves), safety is our number one priority ... (More)
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