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Titanium Dioxide Side Effects
No: MINOR CUT IS SAFE YOU WOULD NOT WNAT TO GET ANY NONSTERILE PRODUCT INTO AN LARGE SCRAPE OR OPEN WOUND. IT YOU DO SIMPLY WASH IT OFF. SORRY FOR THE CAPS ...Read more
That's 4 a physicist: Not really a medical question but could b answered by a physicist u may know of or do a google search. ...Read more
Is the whole titanium dioxide in vitamin products causing health complications a hoax or something to actually look into when buying these products?
No one knows!: Concerns about possible toxicity of titanium dioxide, a common (but unnecessary) additive in many supplements & medications, are not a hoax but may be over-exaggerated. Rats who breathe in large amounts of TD dust get more lung cancer but safety studies on humans ingesting it have not been done. The small amounts in supps may be safe but I try to avoid it. See http://tinyurl. Com/nyp6unq ...Read more
Least allergenic: These are generally the least allergenic sunblocks and are very effective uba/uvb blocks. ...Read more
Not particularly: Zinc oxide is not very toxic when you mistakenly eat it. Most of the harmful effects come from breathing in the gas form of zinc oxide at industrial sites in the chemical industry. However, it is not particularly good for you either. Titanium dioxide is present in many foods, such as cottage cheese and ice cream, purely to make them look better, but in very small quantities. ...Read more
Rx of Sunspots: Hydroquinone is used to treat spots caused by the sun. Once you have treated the spots, you need to protect from further sun damage. Titanium dioxide is an excellent sunblock to protect from both UVB and UVA. It is more practical than most other sunblocks as you only have to replace it if you rub or wash it off, not hourly. Zinc oxide is even better. Look for 8% zinc oxide, not SPF. ...Read more
I'm allergic to avobenzone and ecamsule and titanium dioxide breaks me out. Can you recommend me a good sunscreen that doesn't contain any of these?
Vanicream: The products that are produced by the company that makes Vanicream tend "not" to have any of the common skin sensitizing products. It is not the "only" product that has these properties. However, it is easily purchased and in general, very effective. They do have a titanium dioxide product that you should avoid. ...Read more
How to tell whether there is nano zinc oxide of nano titanium dioxide is in a product? Is it mandatory to indicate that's it's nano on the ingredient?
The marketers are trying to tell you they have a safer sunscreen probuct. But there is no oproof their product is any safer or less safe than any other lotion.
If you are concerne about sunscreen, do no use any at all. Monitor your time in the direct sun so that you do not get burned. And you will be a lot healthier. ...Read more
Is it possible to be allergic to a drug, not metabolize it, or w chemical used Titanium Dioxide is in question for severe allergic asthma.?
Highly unlikely: Titanium may potentially cause a systemic contact allergy but this is far from proven but I know of no known mechanism for it to cause severe asthma. I hope you are under the care a B/C allergist. If he cannot help you, consider consult at a specialty asthma center. If you have failed all medications, then need to reassess the diagnosis. Vocal cord dysfunction is just one such possibility. ...Read more
Is it true that most drug store brands and not derm sold sun screens are not effective bc they don't hv titanium dioxide? Ie elta, that's what dm said
That is not true: In the U.S., there are several ingredients commonly used in today's sunscreens. If the sunscreen protects against both UVA and UVB ultraviolet radiation from the sunlight, then it does work. One can get an idea of how well it works by looking at the SPF number (for example, SPF 8, SPF 15, SPF 30). However, a person may see little difference in effect among high SPF's (SPF 40 is similar to 60). ...Read more
Yes.: Both are what is known as physical sunscreens -- they are opaque, and physically prevent ultraviolet light from getting to your skin, and damaging it. ...Read more
Are silica, talc and titanium dioxide cancerous? They are listed in California Proposition 65 as cancerous, but I see them in oral supplements a lot.
Depends on level: Prop 65 requires a warning on the product label if the level of chemical in the product poses a significant risk of cancer. If the chemical is listed as an ingredient, but there is no warning, this means that the quantity present is believed to be below that risk level. ...Read more
Is it safe to use bare minerals makeup (has titanium dioxide and zinc oxide has active ingredients) when pregnant?
Yes: Yes these are not going to be absorbed into the blood stream. ...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
What are the dangers of the following ingredients in lotion and body wash during pregnancy? Sodium chloride, sodium hydroxide, and titanium dioxide
Skin cleansers: These are not particularly dangerous.Get a more detailed answer ›
Is it safe to chew the Sea Band Anti Nausea ginger gum while pregnant (8weeks)? Label states there is titanium dioxide in it...
Probably: Nothing in pregnancy or life or 100% safe for everyone. Having said that ginger has been used extensively especially in Asia without any known adverse effects on the fetus for centuries. As for Titanium oxide, it is mostly not absorbed so it should not affect your fetus. If there is any other active ingredients in the Sea Band gum, you will have to list them in order to get any answer. ...Read more
Is it safe to inhale bare escentuals mineral powder makeup with zinc oxide & titanium dioxide during application? No micronized or nanoparticles
Chemical Exposures: There is no data that suggest inhalation of these powders represent a risk of disease. Please check with the doctor who can check with the manufacturer. ...Read more
Are these safe in pregnancy? Mica, C12-15 Alkyl Benzoate, Silica, Kaolin, Lauroyl Lysine, Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Iron Oxides (CI 7749)Chromium Ox
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