Talc for Babies: What Are the Risks to Consider?

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Introduction to talc and its common uses

Talc, a naturally occurring mineral composed of magnesium, silicon, and oxygen, has been used for various purposes for centuries. Its softness and ability to absorb moisture make it a common ingredient in cosmetic and personal care products. Talc is commonly found in baby powders, as it helps to keep the skin dry and prevent diaper rash. However, in recent years, talc has come under scrutiny due to concerns about its safety.

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