This is the fifth article in a series reviewing the metals present in personal care products. Earlier installments appeared in January 1998, Toxic Potential from Metals Absorbed through the Skin (pages 33-42); March 1999, Metals in Personal Care Products, (pages 47-56); August 2000, Chromium, Cobalt, Copper and Iron: Metals in Personal Care Products, (pages 52-65); and August 2001, Lead, Manganese and Mercury: Metals in Personal Care Products, (pages 26-36).
Silver, Titanium and Zirconium: Metals in Cosmetics and Personal-Care Products
August 27, 2009
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