Can Toddlers Use Powder?
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From the information you have conveyed, in general the use of powder is safe to use for babies or toddlers. What needs to be considered is how to give powder to your toddler so that it prevents the powder from being inhaled by your toddler. The powder that has a high risk if inhaled is the powder containing talc or talcum powder. For talc containing talc, if inhaled for a long time, it can cause respiratory problems and other complications.
Therefore, to get a sense of security in using powder, you can use talc-free baby powder in it. Thus, even if inhaled, the risk of respiratory problems will be smaller.
To prevent the dust from being inhaled by your baby or child, you can apply it gently and slowly, thereby reducing the dust from flying and being inhaled into your baby's breath.
If you need more detailed information regarding the use of care for your baby, you can discuss with your pediatrician for a better discussion and education.
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