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Divalent Cation/Talc Compositions to Protect Skin from Irritants

SpecialChem / Jan 16, 2013

Many skin care products aiming to reduce the symptoms of or to relieve diaper rash contain zinc oxide, which forms a protective barrier. Common products include diaper rash and sunscreen compounds. Although the formulations are often effective at providing a barrier, they are often greasy. Zinc oxide is insoluble and appears to be inert, that is, it appears not to react to mitigate an inflammatory

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