Providence Talcum Powder Injury Lawyer

For decades, talcum powder has been a common and widely used household product. This powder has a multitude of uses including functioning as dry shampoo, soothing dry skin, freshening dirty shoes, cooling bed sheets, and reducing chafing. It is particularly popular with new parents looking to dry their baby’s bottom. In recent years, however, talcum powder has been linked to injury and an increasing number of cases of cancer, particularly in women. Although the results are still unclear as to whether or not there is a direct connection between talcum powder and cancer, it is important to take precautions against this potentially dangerous product.

When a product is found to harm its users, the business that produced it must be held accountable for releasing and continuing to distribute this unsafe product. If you or a loved one has discovered that your use of talcum powder resulted in injury or cancer, you may be eligible to receive compensation. The Providence talcum powder injury lawyers at Resmini Law are ready to help you fight for your right to a safe product.

Common Talc Products

The primary active ingredient in talcum powder is the mineral talc, which is well known for its ability to dry excess liquid. This mineral is very useful and has been added to many products. Unfortunately, some talc naturally contains the carcinogen asbestos. With the new research that has come out about this mineral, this additive may now pose a serious threat. Some seemingly harmless products, such as baby powder, may be used as part of a feminine hygiene routine. These products have been linked to ovarian cancer, especially after use of the powder in the vaginal or perineal area. Despite this information, talc is still common in many products, such as:

  • Baby powder
  • Cosmetic powder and blush
  • Eyeshadow
  • Lipstick
  • Lotion
  • Body and shower products
  • Feminine hygiene products
  • Deodorant

These are products commonly used in households across the country, and many people are not aware that these products contain talc. Cosmetic merchandise and other beauty products, unlike food, are not subject to the FDA review of approval. This lack of review and general unawareness leaves millions of consumers at risk of exposure to this potentially harmful mineral.

Contact a Talcum Powder Injury Lawyer

You do not have to suffer the consequences of talcum powder usage alone. The Providence personal injury lawyers at the Law Offices of Ronald J. Resmini, Accident & Injury Lawyers, Ltd. understand the frustration and concern regarding unsafe products, and we know you should not take the blame for a defective or unsafe item. To discuss the specifics of your case, contact us at (401) 751-8855 today.

Written By: Ronald J. Resmini

Last Updated : Wednesday, September 6, 2023