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DiButyl Phthalate Lawsuit Information - Dangerous Chemical Found in Cosmetics
Di-n-butyl phthalate (DBP), also known as dibutyl phthalate, is a chemical found in many consumer products used daily.
These products include colognes and perfumes, cosmetics, paints undercoats and primers, floor polish, window cleaning products, caulks and sealants, latex type adhesives, resin and rubber adhesives, safety glass, vinyl floors, hairspray and nail polish. It is also used in common plastic consumer products such as It is used in shower curtains, raincoats, food wraps, bowls, car interiors, vinyl fabrics and floor tiles.
DBP is also used in manufacturing, including the chemical and plastics industries, for products such as plastic parts and carpet backings.
The National Institute of Health provides a list of many products that contain ibutyl phthalate.
Health studies in animals and humans have shown that prenatal DBP exposure disrupts development of the male reproductive system in ways that may increase the risk of testicular cancer. Cellular studies also suggest cause for concern among females.
If you were exposed to DiButyl Phthalate during pregnancy and had a son born with reproductive birth defects, you may be entitled to compensation. The experienced lawyers at Weitz and Luxenberg can evaluate your case for free. Your first step is to fill out the form below:
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