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Amazon Customer
· March 31, 2019
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Yes, this is made in a hypo-allergenic environment. There is no exposure to common allergens such as gluten, dairy, peanuts, or shellfish.
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Seller · October 22, 2015
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Zinc oxide in its powdered form (unmixed with any other ingredients) should NOT be brushed on anyone’s skin since the particles/powder are not safe if inhaled. However, once mixed with other ingredients (use eye and nose protection when mixing the powder) such as arrowroot starch (for a powder form) or Shea butter/coco… see more Zinc oxide in its powdered form (unmixed with any other ingredients) should NOT be brushed on anyone’s skin since the particles/powder are not safe if inhaled. However, once mixed with other ingredients (use eye and nose protection when mixing the powder) such as arrowroot starch (for a powder form) or Shea butter/coconut oil (for a lotion/cream form), it is perfectly safe and can be used on anyone’s skin, including children. see less Zinc oxide in its powdered form (unmixed with any other ingredients) should NOT be brushed on anyone’s skin since the particles/powder are not safe if inhaled. However, once mixed with other ingredients (use eye and nose protection when mixing the powder) such as arrowroot starch (for a powder form) or Shea butter/coconut oil (for a lotion/cream form), it is perfectly safe and can be used on anyone’s skin, including children.
Library Girl
· July 10, 2019
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I add according to weight of my ingredients. I like an SPF of >20 so I use 20-25% zinc oxide
Vivian L.
· April 22, 2016
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Tiny! It's pretty much like baby powder or flour.
MRuthieB23
· July 17, 2016
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We do not recommend using zinc oxide in food.
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Seller · March 22, 2019
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We recommend wearing a mask
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Seller · April 11, 2017
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Yes, it is made in an allergen free factory.
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Seller · April 2, 2019
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This is 100% zinc oxide powder so you would have to find a recipe to make a spray solution. The five recipes that come with the product are all in cream form
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Seller · June 28, 2017
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You can not breath this stuff in. They even recommend to wear a mask when scooping it out to mix it with anything. I would love to do that too - would be so much easier but definitely do not.
Cookie
· May 3, 2016