For decades, the talcum powder has been used as a feminine hygiene product. Unfortunately, the powder has been associated with the development of ovarian cancer.
Ovarian cancer is an aggressive type of cancer that begins in the ovaries of a woman but quickly spread to other parts of her body as cancer grows.
The most dangerous relation that has been discovered is talcum powder ovarian cancer. According to the International Journal of Gynecological Cancer, often using powder on the female genital area increases cancer risk between 30-60%.
The more often he uses it, the more likely he is to have cancer. It is estimated that thousands of women developing ovarian cancer each year through the use of powder.
Leading medical researchers all agree that the use of regular perineal talc-containing products can increase a woman's risk of ovarian cancer by about 30%.
When women use their dust powder in tampons, sanitary napkins, and genital areas, the powder elements can travel through their reproductive system to their ovaries.
There the particles can become embedded in the ovarian tissue, beginning infection, irritation, and damage to DNA, which allows the growth of ovarian cancer cells.
A number of studies dating back to the 1970s have found particles woman talking on ovarian tumors that regularly use the powder as feminine hygiene products.