Saturday, April 14, 2012

Tide Pods Review: an Update

After a few weeks of using Tide Pods, I've gotten used to the smell. Unfortunately, Sprout hasn't gotten used to the Tide Pods--he's had a mild rash on his torso & neck since we started using them. None in the diaper area, which makes sense as we're using a different laundry detergent for his diapers. If you've got a little one or have sensitive skin, you might want to skip the Tide Pods.

I'm not going to wash any more baby clothes, linens or towels in the Tide & I hope Sprout's rash will clear up. I prefer the unscented detergent we normally use & will go back to that when I've gotten through the pods.

Anyone else out there had a reaction to Tide Pods?


Here's my original review shortly after trying Tide Pods.

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66 comments:

  1. Tide seems to be the main offender when it comes to rashes. Too bad, because it works pretty well!

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  2. My daughter has also broken out in a rash since I switched to Tide Pods.

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  3. YES! I have always used the powder and no issues... I switched to the "pods" and my whole family is very itchy. We are going back to the powder...

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    1. My daughter and I have had rashs all over and it itches so bad she scratches to the point of scabbing. I am so glad I found out what was causing this.

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  4. I used them and got hives everywhere they were painfully itchy! They are gone now but everywhere I had a hive I now have a scar!

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  5. Something told me to check and see if the Tide Pods have ever caused anyone to have a rash, and I'm glad I did! I have been broken out with a rash on my torso, and right thigh for over a month! I didn't want to say it was the Tide, because no one else in my family has had an outbreak of any kind. But I'd rather it be me than them. I will suggest this to my Dr, since we have ruled out everything else for the past month. Now I'm switching detergents and maybe we can get down to the bottom of this thing! Thanks Everyone!

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  6. I too have had 2 hive break outs so bad and itchy i have had to go get 2 steroid shots in 2 days.. it has to be these tide pods, mine are going to the garbage!

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    1. did they disappear after u stopped using the pods?

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  7. i am 32 year old male iv done construction for years iv dealt with dry wall dust, saw dust, insulation even poison ivy. never made me break out like tide pods have. my arms and torso , neck and body broke out in major hives. do not use this stuff. bad bad bad

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  8. Yes I have hives on my upper arms, now on my forearms, also my shorts. Pretty much anywhere clothing touched. Life's getting pretty itchy luckly appointment tomorrow. Also my son had a few but by then I figured out the pods were the only change in life so I changed detergent back to Tide cold for the family. But I might have to change completely as my rash is getting worse even with a complete rewash with Tide cold.

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  9. I never would have thought it could be the detergent. I switched over to PODS before going on vacation and so i had clothes washed with PODS and those using my older detergent. Oh my god for almost 3 months i have been getting hives and rashes on my neck, legs and arms. At Night I would scratch like crazy.

    I will definitely switch back now.

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  10. I had to go the ER with a severe rash that extended over 80% of my body. The redness, swelling, itching and pain were unbearable. I use Tide regular for years with no problems. But this has now caused me to be Tide free for life:( I am just now washing all my clothes in fresh plain water and stripping the bed also. I hope this helps!

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  11. I had to go the ER with a severe rash that extended over 80% of my body. The redness, swelling, itching and pain were unbearable. I use Tide regular for years with no problems. But this has now caused me to be Tide free for life:( I am just now washing all my clothes in fresh plain water and stripping the bed also. I hope this helps!

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  12. I also broke out from the tide pods. I thought I had caught something or had got it poison oak or something and went to the dr because my itchiNg was unbearable. I couldn't sleep or anything for days. After getting antibiotic biopsy of the rash steroids and double steroid shot I was still itching. Then I thought well tide pods is all I've changed. I am rewashing my stuff And finally healing. Not sure if it's gonna scar yet because my skin is bad... :(

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  13. Bought the pods for my daughter for college, because it seemed so convenient. She is now wondering if that could be what is making her face break out so badly, since she never had a problem before. She's going back to the powder to see if that helps, and double rinsing.

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  14. My whole family is itching and scratching so much we are scanning up! Only change has been tide pods! I'm hoping since I've started rewashing stuff it will go away. Hard to function on little to no sleep!!! Sucks to pay for something that costs so much, and it makes you miserable!!!!!

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  15. I couldn't figure out why I had this horrible, very itchy rash all over, then my husband pointed out that we just switched to the Tide pods! I was always the worst when I just put freshly washed clothes on or slept on a just washed bed sheet. I was so red and itchy! Throwing them all out!!

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    1. Agreed I'm itchy all over cuz of these things!!!

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  16. I also had an allergic reaction to the Tide Pods. It started about a week after I began using them; I had small bumps and itched all over. A week after I stopped using the Pods the rash was gone. I have thrown away the remaining Pods I had left.

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  17. Regular office-worker male here - just switched to the Pods, after a few days developed a rash in a very "sensitive" area. Quickly washed myself and switched to some older undergarments I knew hadn't been washed with the Pods yet and the problem started improving within the hour. Two days later and I just have a bit of fading redness left. No other skin issues, but it may have been just concentrated/not thoroughly rinsed in this particular garment, or perhaps prolonged contact on sensitive areas is what did it. Going back to power/liquid tonight...

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  18. Pods suck. Itchy all over going back to liquid all.

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  19. I thought my cats had fleas or something, because I was getting small bumps and they were so itchy I was scratching to the point of breaking the skin.
    Gave the cats a flea bath (not fun)even though they weren't showing signs of having them. The itchiness still didn't go away.
    I then mentioned this to a co-worker and that I had switched to the pods and she told me her whole family had broken out in rashes after she used them.
    The rest of my pods are going in the garbage and I'm going to have switch back to powder (not Tide) and rewash everything.

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  20. I switched to the Tide pods after many years of regular Tide use. Well it was horrible!! My son started complaining he didnt feel good. The next day he had a headache, and the following day also. So I started the process of figuring out what was making him have heachaches. I only changed to the Tide pods. So I cleaned all the cloths in hot water and vinagar and OMG the film that sat on top the of the water was sickening! NEVER will I ever use Tide Pods again!! After a good shower and toweled off with a clean Tide Free towel and Clean cloths the headache was gone! So dont think it might just be a cold... Thank goodness I figured it out and recleaned everything ( sheets, cloths, towels,etc..) with vinagar to remove the residue. Glad my son isnt young cause who knows how it would have turned out other wise.

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  21. I had a feeling it was the Tide Pods and now I'm sure after reading these comments. My whole family has been itching for a few weeks and it gets real bad at night. My son has been wearing gloves all the time and i din;t think much of it. Well yesterday we went to the doctor to get his shots and the doctor wanted to check his blood presure but he wouldn't take off the gloves or his jacket. e started to cry and said he had a problem and when the gloves came off, OMG he had a rash,& scales and it looked like Zombie hands. He had the rash all over his body but was too afraid to tell anyone. I felt so bad. Doctor said it is Eczema and gave him medicine. He has to stay home from school for a week to heal. These pods are bad news !! Too bad we can't get a refund as expensive as they are.

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  22. Please don't use pods, I have never been in so much discomfort, the itching made me scream, and the steroid treatment was just as bad, but it cleared it up, there should be a law suit

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  23. Everyone in my family has broken out in a miserable rash. When it first started we stripped all the bedding abs washed everything in hot water with Tide Pods. We have pets in the house abs thought they may be the cause of the rash. The rash only got worse. We change our sheets nightly, the rash gets worse. So I googled Tide Pod and Rash. I believe I finally have my answer. I am doing a basket clean on my washer right now. Then I wm washing everything with anything but pods!!! I am so so glad to know I am not crazy.

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  24. My mother discovered I was allergic to regular Tide in 1970. I re-discovered it in 1992. You couldn't pay me to try Tide pods. Even my dermatologist recommended not using Tide. The only detergent I have found to clean well and not give me a rash is Gain.

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  25. I've been using Tide pods since they came out with no issue for the first several months then all of a sudden I was itchy EVERYWHERE and started to develop large pimple/chickenpox looking bumps on my back. I tried everything - perscription meds, topical creams, change of diet, started using Aveno baby wash for a soap, etc. nothing helped. Finally, when I changed laundry detergents from Tide Pods to ABC Free (no fragrance or dye) I have started to have a little relief. The bumps are gone and the itching has decreased by 90% - and it's only been a couple of days! What sucks is having to wash everything I own (dirty or not) all over again. I live in a pay laundry building so it's pricey.

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  26. Just had the same reaction to Tide Pods being described -- hives on parts of body that made contact with clothing washed in it. Never had any skin reaction to regular Tide, or anything else. Call Proctor & Gamble and file a complaint. They will ask you to send back the pods you have left, and will also send you a coupon for regular tide to make up for the pods you will not use.

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  27. Lots of itchiness and strange allergic reactions in sensitive regions and on face. Starting to think it may be the Tide Pods. Thanks to everyone for sharing.

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  28. Switched to Tide Pods!!! Broke out with hives, bumps, burning eyes, not able to sleep!!! Had to rewash complete laundry in white distilled vinegar and use new detergent!!! Stay away from Tide Pods!!! Thank you for the posts !!!

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  29. 3 months.... of living hell. Yep thats what Tide Pods did to me. I've spent sleepless itchy nights crying and searching the internet for information. The thing was, I didn't ever think it was the pods, never even considered it. Why would I? I'd been using Tide for years. I was convinced our house was infested with some kind of bird or rat mite that was only attacking me. My husband, friends, kids, family physician, dermatologist, exterminator all thought I was NUTS! Even with a visable rash,,,, no one wanted to hear it. Dr.s chalked it up as being something I brought back from overseas. Cleaned non stop for months, washing everything in the house with Tide Pods then bagging everthing or putting it in tubs. Vacuming whole house daily, even the ceiling. Tea tree baths, bleach baths, clove baths, OFF, borax everywhere. Washed bed linens every nite and I personally only would wear clothes straight from a hot dryer. It got so bad.... I cut my mattress open.... but I knew it wasnt bed bugs... I just wanted to be sure. I was calling friends trying to find anyone with a microscope. I just had to know what followed me around nonstop eating me.

    Then one night a few weeks ago. I was laying in my nice clean bed, ikea spatchula in hand, scratching like a freak, I reached over, picked up the tablet and googled Tide Pods itchy. BAM!!! End of story, bought generic baby laundry soap the next day..... I havent itched since.
    Good news is.... Proctor and Gamble know somethings up, or they wouldn't of sent me coupons for 2- free 64 use any kind of tide.
    So please complain..... I have no idea what they are putting in those PODs, but it can't be healthy for anyone.
    I'm just happy this nitemare finally ended.

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  30. I'm curious as to if anyone else is allergic to animal dander? Thats the only thing besides the tide pods that has ever caused an allergic reaction with me. I am thinking that maybe there are traces of animal dander in whatever they make the gelatin pods from. Is this to far fetched? Some gelatins have PIG SKIN and Horse Hooves. Maybe I'm reading to much into this, but I am just curious as to what the heck they are using to cause certain people to have such a bad reaction.

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  31. My nephew, who is 5, has been having a severe allergic reaction to something and i asked my sister have u changed laundry soap. She did. Tide pods. Then we remembered he had a reaction at thanksgiving in ohio. At the time we thought it was bed bugs from someones house but then she remembered using tide pods to was his clothes at our brothers. He has had severe rashes and swollen joints and trip to er. I bought him new clothes that he wore and rash went away. Then he wore pants my sisrer rewashed in all free and clear but he still broke out again severly. I told here she had to do everything in hot water and vinegar to get out all that soap. If that doesnt work new clothes then. That wont be cheap. Tide needs to pull these things from the shelf! I only use an all natural soap made from coconuts and magnolia that i get from costco. No problems when they lived with me.

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  32. My feet started itching UNBEARABLY awhile back. Nothing would help but a good dose of Benadryl. I would itch so badly that my feet would start to bleed and scab up. I have also been having headaches almost continuously. Nothing has changed except that I bought a front loader, high efficiency washer/dryer set, and bought Tide pods, thinking they would be so convenient. NEVER AGAIN! Husband suggested it could be pods; I have noticed that I can be fine (except slightly headachey, I guess from the actual washed clothing that I have on) until I pick up a pod and throw in washer. Within minutes my feet will be itching like crazy. Will call P&G and see if they will send me a coupon for something else.

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  33. I am SO glad to have found this blog!! Without a skin test my new physician assistant told me I had scabies! Whaaat?! But my symptoms didn't match a scabies infestation. I even took both cats to the vet today $$ and they don't have fleas or mites or scabies. My other family members itch under clothing & no sign of scabies. Tide Pods are the only common denominator in all of our itching!! I've used regular tide for years with no problem - so they've just lost a regular customer!! Thanks everyone! !!!!!!

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  34. HAD THE WORST REACTION TO TIDE PODS!
    EYES SWOLLEN SHUT, FACE, RASH,HIVES.SWOLLEN FINGERS!

    SOOOOOOO HAPPY I FOUND THIS BLOG....I HAD NP CLUE WHAT IT WAS UNTIL THIS MORNING WHEN I PUT ON A FRESHLY WASHED SWEATER. WITHIN 1 HR MY EYES SWELLED CLOSED!

    I ALWAYS USE TIDE LIQUID, BUT DECIDED TO TRY THE CONVIENT PODS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    NEVER AGAIN............I AM TOTALLY OFF TIDE!!!

    THX FOR THIS BLOG!

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    1. I too tried the Tide Pods and I was raised on Tide detergent as it was the only detergent my Mom used, but the PODS ARE AWFUL...MY EYES ARE SWOLLEN SHUT, MY SKIN AROUND MY EYES THE LIDS AND BELOW ARE ALL DRY AND SAGGING I HAVE ITCHING ALL OVER MY BODY AND MY FEET ARE ALSO VERY SWOLLEN....SO NO MORE PODS FOR MY FAMILY. ALTHOUGH I'M THE ONLY ONE WHO HAD A REACTION, I HOPE NO ONE ELSE IN MY FAMILY DOES. DON'T USE TIDE PODS THEY ARE AWFUL!!!!!

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  35. My daughter has been suffering with rashes all over her body for the last 2 and a half weeks. I've taken her to Urgent Care and her pediatrician and no 1 seems to know what it was. She was prescribed with with lice shampoo for her body and still no improvement. I've been using Tide Pods. My husband just pointed out to me that that's the only thing different that's been going on and that it causes him to itch as well. I'm livid!!!

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  36. Anyone know what is in these pods that differ from regular tide?
    I have used regular tide for years with no issues changed to Pods and my face is itchy, eyes red and itchy, hives on forearms legs .No one else in my family has been bothered by the hives or itching?
    Heading out to buy regular tide no more pods for this lady.
    Thanks for this post :)

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  37. I am so happy I found this blog! I too have had a terrible experience after using Tide PODS. After one week of using Tide PODS, my daughter had a mild skin irritation, but within two weeks, I had a severe allergic reaction which started with a skin rash on my thighs and upper arms. The chicken pock-like bumps spread to my whole body within 24 hours. My skin felt hot, my blood pressure was high, and I had an extremely bad headache on top of the extremely itchy skin. I knew I needed medical attention and my physician said she hadn't seen anything quite like it. She prescribed prednisone and a couple of other histamine blockers to help me get through the terrible rash that I was experiencing. I will never again use Tide PODS!

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  38. Okay I now know I am not the only one suffering. I am in so much pain from the hives and bumps that it is unbelievable. I had an allergic reaction to Tide when I was a baby and have stayed away from Tide ever since.. until recently. Within the last year we have been using Tide Pods and I didn't have any problems until we moved into a new house several weeks ago. It started in my armpits and spread down my arms and up my neck and to my stomach. I just don't know why all of a sudden the Pods would affect me when before I didn't have a problem... BUT MY REAL QUESTION IS WHAT HAVE YOU DONE FOR RELIEF WHEN YOU ARE WAITING FOR THE HIVES TO GO AWAY??? I can't even put Vaseline on my skin because even that hurts. I have been on Prednisone and even went back and got a shot because nothing seemed to be helping. I WOULD APPRECIATE SUGGESTIONS!!! THANKS.

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  39. I broke out in an itchy, burning rash in my sensitive region. I thought it was a yeast infection and after using over the counter treatments, it got worse and spread to my inner thighs. I went to the doctor and did the lab testing which came back negative for yeast. I told her I had switched to Tide pods about 2 weeks ago (when I started to get itchy) and we figured it was that. I am now taking steroids, pills and applying cream twice a day. I am also wearing clothing that was not washed in the Tide Pods and the irritation is minimal.

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  40. what one should expect from a horrible company which animal test and uses a disgusting ingredient like gelatin in them

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  41. I have been losing my mind, particularly at night, with the itching. Seems the worst on my extremities and at night. There have been nights that I have wanted to rip my hands or feet off my body it is so bad, sometimes scratching until I bleed. I have spent countless hours racking my brain and doing Internet searches trying to figure out what could be wrong. I don't think there is anything, from bed bugs to scabies, that didn't cross my mind. For some reason just now tonight it occurred to me that the itching probably began around the time I began using the Pods. I guess it just never crossed my mind because I've alwAys used Tide without incident. So tomorrow begins the mass washing of EVERYTHING. Fingers crossed...

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    1. Trust me, you have found your culprit. The same thing happened to me. I'm happy for you, no more Hell!

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  42. Me! I have developed a horrible rash on my face that itches and burns for a month now. Grew suspicious as I thought back on when I switched over to the Tide Pods and swapped pillowcases with that was laundered in something else. Voila. Rash looks better. Pods are going to the garbage today and I'm relaundering everything with something mild and gentle!

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  43. I read this post too late itchy areas all over my body including sensitive areas .... :(

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  44. The itching rash on chest, stomach, back and thighs, has been pure torment. Face and lips were swollen and eyes swollen completely shut. After a trip to the doctor, steroid shots plus antihistamines, I can now open my eyes but still extremely swollen and the skin around my eyes, eyelids and below my eyes are dry and scaly. The skin is sagging and has a bruised appearance. My skin was so sensitive to touch, that it was painful for the water to touch it when I got in the shower. Today, three days after the steroid shots, went back to the doctor and he prescribed oral prednisone and more antihistamines. In desperation, I began searching on the internet for answers and found that many people experienced some or all of these symptoms after starting to use the Tide Pods. I started using them about a week ago. I am in the process now of re-washing clothes and linens, and praying for relief. Will follow up with results.

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  45. Severe needle like pain once I start to break a sweat on my back....got to be the Tide PODS as we recently changed laundry detergent.

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  46. Yes, Itching everywhere my clothes and sheets touched me! Took me 4 weeks and a doctors visit to figure this out, but not from the doctor. He tested me for STDs, liver damage, allergy test, and others. I put two and two together when the itching got so bad that I took my clothes off and spent several hours isolated in my house. That is when I notice that my symptoms got little better. I put my clothes back on and the symptoms got worse. I never broke out in a rash except in my arm pits. Everywhere else it would just itch with no rash or hives. I washed all my sheets several times with another brand and... last night I slept with no itching for the first time in 4 weeks. Tide pods has something new in them because I have used them since they first came out. Wondering if it is that 1,4 dioxane they had in them that was above limits? http://ens-newswire.com/2013/01/25/procter-gamble-must-scrub-carcinogen-dioxane-from-tide/

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  47. OMG!! My family has been itching terribly. I took my oldest daughter to the docs because she was scratching so bad and bleeding. The doc told us it was Scabies....It freaked us all out. However I went and got a 2nd opinion. That doctor told us it was not Scabies and I need to find out what was new in the household. Tide Pods was the only new thing. Im so happy I found this site. Yes the itch is intense and it will drive you crazy !

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  48. I started using Tide Pods 3 weeks ago. I noticed first I started getting lots of headache and then this intense itching especially on my thighs ,arms and back it felt like fire at times. My son started using pods a few months ago and he developed a severe rash on his thighs. He saw his doctor who prescibed steroid treatment for him.
    Last night, I started thinking that the only new thing I started using was Tide PodsI googled it and there VOILA!!!. I just now went and gateherd all the clothes I laundered with these Toxic Crap and is beginning to relaunder with vinegar. I am so glad I found this info.

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  49. Cannot believe I finally found why I have been itching like mad for the past 2 months and reading every post is like word for word.the hell we are all going thru! Thank god relief is in sight thank you all for posting. Tide pods...a.horrible product. First it was kids mistaking them for candy and now this.

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  50. Me too. Chicken pox, scaly red bumps. Took me awhile to figure it out. Googled Tide pods and am very relieved to realize it is the pods. Going back to regular, and also not going to use the Boost pods, either.

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  51. I started using Tide Pods a week ago. Two days later I had two little bumps on my left knee and one on my right eyelid. I thought maybe I was bitten by a spider or something. The next morning my eye was swollen shut and i had a rash on my legs, arms and stomach. I started thinking if I had used anything new or eaten something I was allergic to. I googled rash with Tide Pods, and I got my answer. Washing everything and going back to Costco pods. It must be the perfume in the pod that causes the rash.

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  52. Tide pods are the worst ever... Broke out severly but only on legs and thighs....For over 6+ months before i figured it out...

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  53. The scent from Tide Pods gives me an instant headache. It is a very distinct smell. Five minutes of exposure from 5 feet away on a coworker is enough to cause a headache. I asked my allergy doctor about reactions to smells--he said they are neurochemical and there is nothing I can take to prevent it. Avoidance of the chemical is the only way--that is difficult when strangers and coworkers are releasing vapors from the clothing. The chemicals emitted by Tide Pods are noxious and harmful to me--I think they should be banned.

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  54. I had hives on my legs, arms, neck and chest. Because I always used tide, I thought it was because it was winter. So I used body oil, creams, and changed my body soap. I still inched so bad, I was using a hair brush to scratch with! The only change I hadn't tried was the PODS. So I went back to the regular tide, and itching has stopped.

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  55. You need to avoid detergents all together, invest in a detergent free cleaning system that connects to your washing machine. Commercial versions have often been used by hospitals to protect their patients from detergent allergies, and are now available for residential use as well! The added benefit of a detergent free system is that they don’t use hot water which makes them energy-efficient, potentially saving money on electricity bills while protecting your skin. For more information on how you could permanently stop using all detergents go to: www.astralaundry.com

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  56. Myself and my two young daughters all broke out in an itchy rash. Figured out pretty quickly that it was the PODS. I have switched detergents but have been told it takes about a month for itching to go away. Tide sent me a coupon for MORE PODS!!

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  57. I'd been itching like crazy for almost a year... rashes, bumps and sort of prickly pimple things that started on my lower legs the progressed higher and then to my back and sides of my stomach.
    I had seen my doctor who had prescribed betaderm then to a dermatologist that prescribed lyderm and bleach baths...Nothing seemed to help.
    Thankfully with the aid of Google I found this page. I've switched from the tide pods I was using and started using other products (Purex and Sunlight thus far) and I'm happy to report that after 2 months I can truthfully say the rashes have stopped and I'm beginning to heal. I'd also washed all my clothes and bedding three or more times to try to remove anything.
    I am older so the scars this rash has left me will likely be with me the rest of my years.

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    1. I had poison ivy several years ago and had lots of scars. I used Queen Helene Cocoa Butter Crème - I've found it to be cheaper at beauty supply stores, but you can find it at Sally's and Walmart... Thanks for your post - I have the same problem with Tide pods, so I will be using the Cocoa Butter again for scars.. ps. I'm much older than you, most of your scars will clear up ...

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  58. I wish I would have researched Tide pods sooner. I recently changed to the pods from the Tide liq. detergent. I too have been itching like crazy with rashes, bumps and sort of prickly pimples - I though it was bed bugs, mosquito bites, etc. -after reading these reviews, I will no longer use the pods and will return the unused pods to Costco. I can't believe its the pods, but based on what I've read it sound like it is. I been feeling :-( -I will provide an update to this comment, once I purchase a different detergent and wash, re-wash and re-wash ... shout out to Google... I'm now feeling :-)

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  59. Ditto! After getting hives, which I'd never had before, I asked my girlfriend if she possibly changed laundry detergent recently. She said yes, to pods. A little googling later and here I am. Thanks to all for the help.

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  60. a class action law suit would save others from tides money hungry quest for profits ahead of people lives....those pods destroyed me physically.

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