An expert says there are lots of reasons a silicone toy could be a multimorbid listing, but it can be very difficult to find the right one.
The new listing for a silicone Baby doll and the baby’s skin is a big deal, says Nicole Cappadocia, a registered dietitian and author of the book, What You Need To Know About Babies and Eating Disorders.
It’s a big moment for the industry, but one that’s not without risks, she says.
Cappadohia says the silicone doll’s silicone skin is not as good as the human skin.
It has a much smaller pores than the human, so that when it’s in contact with the skin it can get caught in them and can be more sensitive to chemicals that could lead to infections.
Capps doll has a lot of pores, but there are no pores on the baby, she adds.
She says it could also have health risks, and the seller says that the silicone is tested for allergies and sensitivities.
It can also be a lot to handle for an adult, and even for a newborn, she warns.
The doll is being sold in Canada, and it’s the first in Canada to be listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
The listing has more than 10,000 shares, with about a third listed on secondary markets, including the Toronto exchange and the New York Stock Exchange, which has about 2,400 shares.
The seller, The Natural Toys Group, has not responded to requests for comment.