Pampers Dry Max causing rashes and burns, parents allege

Pampers dry max alleged to cause babies distress
Pampers dry max alleged to cause babies distress

Pampers' much-hyped diaper redesign called Dry Max has parents from coast to coast furious as complaints continue to roll in about the diapers causing what is described as a chemical burn or severe rash on the bottoms of infants and toddlers.

By the third diaper change after buying the new Pampers, Joanna Ravlin Dye said her 2-year-old was suffering.

"I found my daughter had a horrible, red, raised diaper rash and was obviously in pain and distress," the Minnesota mother told Consumer Ally. "The rash went on to be oozing, bleeding open sores."