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Products Containing Latex

by Allergy Guy

Here is a partial list of products that contain latex.

If you know of anything that is missing from this list, please leave a comment with your suggestions.

  • Adhesive tape
  • Baby-bottle nipples
  • Balloons
  • Bandages
  • Condoms
  • Clothing (in some cases, especially if it has an elastic)
  • Diapers
  • Elastic bands
  • Foot wear (e.g. cork beds)
  • Pacifiers
  • Pet toys
  • Rubber gloves (especially medical)
  • Sanitary pads
  • Tire dust (especially residents living near a busy road)
  • Under garments
  • Self-Seal Envelopes
  • Napkin Wraps
  • Currency Wraps
  • Protective Wrapping Materials
  • Bandage Wraps
  • Candy Wrappers
  • Medical Packaging
  • Luggage Tags
  • Apparel Wraps
  • Halloween Masks
  • Flexible toys
  • Halloween props & special effects
  • Doll Bodies
  • Architectural Restoration
  • Manufactured Stone Veneer
  • Ornamental Concrete / Statuary
  • Wax Candle Making
  • Plaster Statuary

Note that according to my research, synthetic latex, such as is found in latex-based house paints, is not known to cause allergic reactions(1). This is disputed by at least one person who has left a comment below.


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1: College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology

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Self-Seal Envelopes
Napkin Wraps
Currency Wraps
Protective Wrapping Materials
Bandage Wraps
Candy Wrappers
Medical Packaging
Luggage Tags
Apparel Wraps
Halloween Masks
Flexible toys
Halloween props & special effects
Doll Bodies
Architectural Restoration
Manufactured Stone Veneer
Ornamental Concrete / Statuary
Wax Candle Making
Plaster Statuary
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