A Diaper Mess
Procter & Gamble launched Pamper's Dry Max in March 2010, with the hopes of gaining more profit and market share. What it got instead was a heaping load of controversy. Soon after the diapers launched, parents began complaining that their children were getting sores and rashes that they claim were caused by the new product. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission began an investigation after it received almost 4,700 complaints from April to August 2010. It could not find any specific cause to link Pamper's Dry Max diapers with diaper rash. Still, group after group on Facebook beg for the return of the old Pampers. For its part, P&G maintains the diapers are 100% safe.