Investigation fails to tie Pampers Dry Max diapers to thousands of rash complaints

Pampers Dry Max investigation.
Pampers Dry Max investigation.

Pampers Dry Max, the newest version of the popular diaper line that was blamed by thousands of parents for causing rashes and burns on infants and toddlers, survived an initial federal investigation and is not being recalled. However, the case has not been closed.

"We encourage parents to talk with their pediatricians if they are concerned about any rash that their child has," CPSC spokeswoman Stacey Palosky told Consumer Ally. "We want them to continue to send us reports related to any Dry Max issues that they feel are happening."