Thursday, January 11, 2007


Vanicream has been successfully used by some mothers on their corn-allergic babies. However, a response from the company makes it clear that they are unable to confirm corn-free status.

There are several potentially corn-derived ingredients in the product and the company remains "very doubtful that corn was, in fact, an intial raw material."

The company response was a very nicely worded "I don't know" response and recommended testing the product on a small amount of skin first. They also offered me samples in which to try this.

This product should be used with extreme caution and as the company recommends, test a small area first. (If you're that brave)

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