A Foundation of Integrity
P&G has a strong history of operating with integrity, and we take product safety very seriously. We also understand that our customers and consumers often want specific information about the composition and safety profile of our products.
From this site, you can search for the following information by brand name (e.g., Tide, Pantene, Vicks, Pampers):
CPSC Certification Letters
Under the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 (CPSIA), P&G and other companies must certify that certain products sold in the U.S. comply with specific rules, regulations, standards, or bans enforced by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). Download an explanation of which products are exempt from this requirement.
P&G has prepared listing of product ingredients for many of our products, except for “articles” like Pampers, Puffs and Bounty, and Always, and products where ingredients are listed on the package label.
Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) provide a standardized listing of the chemical and physical characteristic of a product, its potential health effects, and safe handling procedures in a workplace setting (e.g. manufacturing plants, distribution centers, and customers’ retail stores). P&G has prepared MSDS for many of our products according to U.S. Occupational Health and Safety Administration workplace safety regulations.