What’s in Baby Shampoo with Dr. GoodGuide, Dara O’Rourke

When it comes to baby shampoo, most important for your kids is what’s in the product, not what a company claims on the packaging has been taken out. GoodGuide’s founder, Dara O’Rourke, tells you what to look for and what to avoid when deciphering baby shampoo labels to make the right choice for your little ones.

About Josh Dorfman

Josh Dorfman is GoodGuide's VP of Marketing. An environmental entrepreneur, author, and television and radio host, Josh is best known as "The Lazy Environmentalist," the media brand he created as a blog, book series, SiriusXM radio show and award-winning television series on Sundance Channel. In 2011, he was inducted into the International Green Industry Hall of Fame.
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5 Responses to What’s in Baby Shampoo with Dr. GoodGuide, Dara O’Rourke

  1. Sarah Zhang says:

    Thank you for sharing this!!

  2. Andrea Moed says:

    This video would be MUCH more useful if you included a text summary at the end with the names of the ingredients the speaker mentioned (so that I have some chance of being able to identify them when reading labels) and the relative level of concern about each.

  3. Great video – and some good quotes that are very true – “claims are unregulated” – and “nevermind what’s not in the product, how about what’s in it” ? Buyers beware – know your ingredients and do your own research. In most cases, the best choices are those not made my multinational corporations.

  4. I need to beware what the hack that I mostly buy for my children
    Appreciate the article
    Thanks a bunch !!

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