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Hi Jim, that is a great question. All zinc oxide has some degree of naturally occurring lead and other heavy metals just like the soil does. The most important thing is finding a pure source of zinc oxide that has the smallest amount of naturally occurring lead possible. We use a zinc oxide mine in Canada that has t… see more Hi Jim, that is a great question. All zinc oxide has some degree of naturally occurring lead and other heavy metals just like the soil does. The most important thing is finding a pure source of zinc oxide that has the smallest amount of naturally occurring lead possible. We use a zinc oxide mine in Canada that has the smallest amount of lead or other contaminants. We have also tested our zinc oxide to ensure that it is only found in minuscule amounts (<10 parts per million) which is considered lead free. The problem is when you purchase zinc oxide from a mine from places like China then the lead contamination can far exceed safe levels. It will be cheaper but we would not recommend it. We guarantee that you will not be able to find a safer, cleaner product. Thank you. Raise Them Well. see less Hi Jim, that is a great question. All zinc oxide has some degree of naturally occurring lead and other heavy metals just like the soil does. The most important thing is finding a pure source of zinc oxide that has the smallest amount of naturally occurring lead possible. We use a zinc oxide mine in Canada that has the smallest amount of lead or other contaminants. We have also tested our zinc oxide to ensure that it is only found in minuscule amounts (<10 parts per million) which is considered lead free. The problem is when you purchase zinc oxide from a mine from places like China then the lead contamination can far exceed safe levels. It will be cheaper but we would not recommend it. We guarantee that you will not be able to find a safer, cleaner product. Thank you. Raise Them Well.
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Seller · February 9, 2016
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No refrigeration required
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Seller · June 7, 2016
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Our recipe book does not include any powder recipes, but you certainly could use it if you have a recipe
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Seller · May 27, 2016
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NO, you should not use this powder straight on your face; zinc oxide--even non-nano zinc oxide--is harmful when inhaled, so you need to mix it with other liquid/powder materials so it binds to the other ingredients. Make sure to use nose, mouth, and eye protective wear when putting this ingredient in your recipes.
Library Girl
· January 30, 2017
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Hi Lori- it IS organic because it is simply mined natural zinc oxide. There are no pesticides used
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Seller · April 25, 2016
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A full scoop is one tablespoon. Did you not receive a scoop with your purchase? Please contact us and we will get you one.
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Seller · May 3, 2019
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Yes, this zinc oxide is pharmaceutical grade. It is also tested for heavy metals to ensure that it is the safest and purest zinc oxide powder available.
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Seller · May 13, 2016
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Because Zinc Oxide is a mined mineral it doesn't go bad. That said- we estimate a minimum 4 year shelf life to ensure effectiveness.
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Seller · February 29, 2016
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8oz
Amazon Customer
· March 31, 2019