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Dimethicone Side Effects
Safe/drawbacks: Generally safe, but may form an impermissible barrier, trapping bacteria and natural oils leading to skin irration and an acne form eruption in some cases. Prolonged daily use may cause irrational. Be sure skin is cleaned nightly and a hydrating cream applied. Discontinue if excessive redness and irration occurs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does Dimethicone damage your hair and scalp over time and prevents your hair from growing? It's in this baby detangler.
Does Dimethicone clog scalp pores? It's in a lot of hair detanglers, leave in conditioners, and shampoos.
Dimethicone: Dimethicone is what the chemists like to call a silicon. The FDA has approved the use of dimethicone as a skin protrctant in over the counter products. It has been deemed safe in personal care products. For some this is not a good daily skin care product it my block the skin pores. It forms a sort of plastic like barrier on the out side of the skin. You will have to try it to see how your sk ...Read more
Is it ok for breastfeeding moms to use skincare products with cyclopentasiloxane, cyclomethicone, peg 10 dimethicone and aluminum dioxid?
Appears to be safe: The chemicals mentioned mainly stay in the upper layers of the skin- miniscule amounts go into the body. If you have other questions here is a great website: breastfeeding and medications http://www.Breastfeedingonline.Com/meds.Shtml#sthash.5ld4zlrc.Dpbs it is from dr. Thomas hale a texas tech pharmacologists+ includes link to toxnet national library of medicine. ...Read more
I may have injested following things shoul ibe worried, PVP, DIMETHICONE, kaolin, titanium dioxide, Vp/VA copolymer, propylene glycol from nose strip?
No: I am assuming you mean a nasal strip like Breath Right. None of those compounds cause significant toxicity, especially ingested in the small amount that would be present in a nasal strip. No need for concern. ...Read more