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Meister, whose hedge fund once held a sizable stake in Huntsman Corp., opposed the company's 2014 purchase of more than $1 billion in titanium dioxide plants that make pigments.
For daytime, De Oliveira suggested Barnwell apply a sunscreen with physical blockers like zinc oxide or titanium dioxide, which won't clog her pores.
Even in non-nanoparticle form, tattoo inks made with titanium dioxide (especially white pigments) have been linked to problems like delayed healing, skin elevation, and itching.
And like dioxins, PCBs can also be inadvertent by-products, made incidentally during the manufacture of titanium dioxide, for example, or a shade of yellow organic inks and dyes reminiscent of the letters that spell out SPAM.
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