baby powder


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Noun1.baby powder - powder used to prevent a baby's diaper from chafingbaby powder - powder used to prevent a baby's diaper from chafing
powder - any of various cosmetic or medical preparations dispensed in the form of a pulverized powder
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For infants you had baby powder. For adults you had dusting powder.
M2 PRESSWIRE-August 13, 2019-: Worldwide Baby Powder Market Insights, 2019-2023
According to the American Cancer Society, the product is widely used in cosmetic products such as baby powder and adult body and facial powders, as well as in a number of other consumer products.
In 2018, the Illinois attorney general sued a former plastic bag company, arguing it should be liable for up to $250,000 in fines because it moved equipment into the old Haeger Pottery building in East Dundee without a permit and discharged chemicals for months on end that residents complained smelled like baby powder.
Blount (3) reported asbestiform tremolite contamination of the ore used in a popular baby powder. Gordon et al (4) found asbesti form tremolite and anthophyllite in a popular body powder, and Anderson et al (5) found anthophyllite fibers in the same brand.
SAVE PS15 Debenhams.com Johnson's Baby Powder 500g, was PS2.25, now PS1.50.
On request of Director, Drug Control Administration Andhra Pradesh, a letter has been sent to Regional Drugs Testing Laboratory Chandigarh seeking the test results of samples of baby powder and baby shampoo of Johnson & Johnson submitted by Drug Control Administration, Andhra Pradesh at the earliest.
Johnson & Johnson marketed its signature Baby Powder to minority and overweight women, at a time of rising health concerns surrounding the product, Reuters' Chris Kirkham and Lisa Girion report.
J&J said it stood by the safety of its talc and would continue to vigorously defend the safety of baby powder.
J&J said it would appeal, citing "serious procedural and evidentiary errors" in the course of the trial, saying lawyers for the woman had fundamentally failed to show its baby powder contains asbestos.
In the verdict, the court said the baby powder played a big role in causing her condition.