Girl Gets Third-Degree Burns From Homemade Slime

WOMEN'S HEALTH MAGAZINE | on Fri, Mar 31, 5:28 PM

RELATED: 'I Got Zero Paid Leave After Having A Baby—Here's What That Was Like'[1] Borax, a natural mineral also known as sodium tetraborate, is a common ingredient in laundry detergent and cleaning products. Experts say it can cause serious burns if it's not properly diluted. Joshua Zeichner[2] M.D., the Director of Cosmetic & Clinical Research in Dermatology at Mount Sinai Hospital, says: "Borax is not designed for contact with the skin. Extended contact can cause a chemical burn to the skin...

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