AboutLawsuits.com, Proctor & Gamble is seeking to have the lawsuits about its Pampers Dry Max diapers dismissed. The company says that there is no evidence that its disposable diapers cause severe diaper rashes.
Currently, all the lawsuits related to the company's Dry Max diapers have been consolidated in U.S. District Court in Cincinnati - and P&G says all these claims are based on "speculation" - not evidence.
Last March, P&;G unleashed its Dry Max technology on its popular Swaddlers and Cruisers diapers because it made the diapers less bulky. Since then, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has received approximately 4,700 reports that the diapers containing Dry Max technology allegedly caused diaper rashes.
Both U.S. and Canadian government officials say they have been unable to find a connection between Dry Max technology and severe rashes on babies, however, anyone concerned about it should stop using Pampers diapers that include the Dry Max technology and report their concerns to the CPSC immediately.