Do Baby Wipes Cause Rashes? Doctor Links Preservative In Wipes With Cases Of Itchy, Scaly Skin

Baby wipes, those convenient, premoistened towelettes that are a staple of any home nursery, might cause red, scaly rashes in some children. According to a new study published Monday in the journal Pediatrics, some infants — and adults — might be allergic to a certain preservative in baby wipes called methylisothiazolinone.

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