100 Items that Could Contain Talcum Powder

Talc is considered as the softest mineral today.  It is utilized in consumer and industrial products. The most extensively utilized consumer talc product is talcum powder.

Thinly crushed talcum powder is appreciated for its capability to soak up moisture as well as provide lubrication. People have utilized talcum powder products to protect, dry as well as perfume their skin for more than a century.

However, today, controversies over the safety of talc powder have marred its fame and reputation. There is continuing discussion over whether talc is linked to various kinds of health diseases. Researchers have the same opinion breathing the powder from talc mines as well as processing facilities is harmful, but so far, a study on the connection between exposure to talc powder and cancer have been uncertain.

Talc powder is common to various kinds of items that people use daily like food, beauty products, home products, etc. To enlighten you more, here are the lists of products that contain talk powder.

1.    Clay

2.    Pottery

3.    Ceramic Tiles

4.    Crayons

5.    Chalk

6.    Electrical switchboards

7.    Electric cables

8.    Paper

9.    Ink

10.    Sinks

11.    Toilets

12.    Rubber gloves

13.    Plastic automotive parts

14.    Rubber sealants

15.    Gaskets

16.    Jointing compounds, putties, and adhesives

17.    Stoves

18.    Dishwashers

19.    washing machines

20.    Dryers

21.    Foundation

22.    Creams and moisturizers

23.    Eye shadow

24.    Blush

25.    Mascara

26.    Lipstick

27.    Deodorant

28.    Loose makeup powder

29.    compressed makeup powders

30.    Bauer & Black Baby Talc

31.    Cashmere Bouquet Body Talc

32.    Coty Airspun Face Powder

33.    Desert Flower Dusting Powder

34.    English Leather After Shave Talc

35.    Faberge Brut Talc

36.    Friendship Garden Talcum Powder

37.    Kings Men After Shave Talc

38.    Old Spice After Shave Talc

39.    Pinaud Clubman Talc Powder

40.    Rosemary Talc

41.    ZBT Baby Powder

42.    Brake pads

43.    Clutches

44.    Hood liners

45.    Gaskets

46.    face masks

47.    blush on

48.    food coloring

49.    sweet goods

50.    bakery products

51.    rice

52.    powdered dried foods

53.    seasonings

54.    cheese

55.    sausage skins

56.    Table salt

57.    Vitamins

58.    Food supplements

59.    Shampoo

60.    Conditioner

61.    Body wash

62.    Body soap

63.    Laundry soap

64.    Laundry powder

65.    Body powder

66.    Medicated powder

67.    Perfumed powder

68.    Foot powder

69.    Liquid foundation

70.    Mineral powder

71.    Laundry detergent

72.    Jewelry cleaner

73.    Insecticide spray

74.    Rubber

75.    Flooring products

76.    Ceramic

77.    Plastic materials

78.    Paper

79.    Fly repellent

80.    Home and carpet spray

81.    Conditioner for cats and dogs

82.    Glue

83.    Coffeemaker cleaner

84.    Cooktop cleaner

85.    Roof coating and sealer

86.    Asphalt Sealer

87.    Gel

88.    Air freshener

89.    Scented Candle

90.    Hair Relaxer

91.    Daily moisture hair

92.    Blow dry lotion

93.    Foam Glue

94.    Home adhesive

95.    Plumbing adhesive

96.    Disinfectant

97.    Toothpaste

98.    Teeth whitening products

99.    Wipes

100.    Epoxy

Conclusion

If you want to keep away from these powders and the risks of cancer and other diseases associated with talc, many alternatives are available. If you have been affected by talc powder by using any of the products, you can call our talcum powder lawyer for more information and schedule your free consultation.

Peter