What Is Talc/Talcum Powder?

Talc or Talcum Powder is a mineral that is naturally found in nature. Talc is one of the softest know minerals and can be easily scratch with a fingernail. The chemical name for Talc or bột thông công Talcum Powder is hydrated magnesium silicate. Talc also goes by the name Soapstone.

Talc has many uses in all aspects of life and commercial business. Some uses for Talc or Talcum Powder are Paint, Ceramics, Plastics and Personal Drying Powders. Talc Powder is also used in mold inhibiting agents and Textiles. If you are a fan of Balla Powder, you are most likely aware that Talcum Powder is used in Balla Powder to create the worlds best Men’s Talcum Powder.

One of the great attributes of Talcum powder is that it is great at absorbing moisture. It is an incredibly fine powder when ground down and this helps give it the ability to absorb moisture from the skin. The main ingredient in Balla Powder is Talc, in the form of Talcum Powder. This means that when you apply Balla Powder you are helping to keep your skin dry and comfortable when you sweat. Balla Powder is especially formulated to keep your Groin and Genital area dry, fresh and smelling clean.

Another great benefit of applying talc or talcum powder to the skin is that by keeping your skin dry, you reduce the risk of getting a rash of chaffing due to moisture on the skin which causes rubbing and friction.

So where does Talc come from? Talc is mined out of the earth as are most minerals found in products today. Talc is dug out of the ground in large mines and then is ground into a fine powder. Grinding Talc is not very hard as it is one of the softest materials known to man. on the Ohm scale, which measure a minerals hardness ranks minerals in hardness from 1-10. Talc registers a whopping 1 on the scale. While diamonds on the other hand rank at an impressive 10.

Once the Talc is ground into a fine powder, it is thoroughly cleaned and filtered for any impurities. After it has been cleaned and filtered, it is packaged and ready for commercial applications.

Some of the latest followers into the Men’s Powder and Men’s groin sweat products market do not use talc at all. Most of these imitators use Corn starch which is a cheap alternative to talcum powder. A few others have started using chemicals that I cannot pronounce, so I cannot comment on their safety or effectiveness. Balla Powder decided a long time ago not to go the route of cheaping out on the materials that make up Balla Powder. They believe that using a natural quality ingredient was the best way to go. Obviously that was the right decision, due to the overwhelming success of the Balla Powder brand and line up.

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