Baby crocks and baby bath products are being sold online for babies as young as three months old, according to a new study by the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
The study, released Tuesday, also found that babies are not more likely to die from bath-related injuries than adults.
The CPSC said the study also found little evidence that bath products cause babies to have more serious injuries.
The agency said it was unable to determine whether the products are safe for babies or not.
The report also found no evidence that the products cause baby deaths or are dangerous to the developing fetus.
The findings come as the popularity of bath products has exploded in recent years.
Earlier this year, the CPSC issued new safety guidelines for baby products, including the recommendation that the product should be labeled with the phrase “never let babies touch or bathe in the bath.”
A spokesperson for the CPSP said in a statement that the agency is continuing to work with manufacturers to determine if these safety standards are feasible.
The CDC said it is working to educate consumers about the risks of bath and bath products, and the agency has published its own bath product guide.