I am not sure if this was brought up and please correct me if I am in error but I am always concerned with the safety of products and exposure to actors and crew. While I did not see the specific MSDS for the manufacturer of the Food Grade Mineral Oil used in the demonstration video I did research a generic Material Safety Data Sheet for FOOD GRADE MINERAL OIL - http://www.clearcoproducts.com/pdf/msds/5/msds-f1-1.pdf
Within SECTION VI is the HEALTH HAZARD DATA
EYES: This product is non-irritating to the eyes upon direct contact.
SKIN: This product is not expected to cause any skin irritation upon direct single or repeated and prolonged contact; however, similar chemical composition products applied to the skin of laboratory animals resulted in minimal to slight dermal irritation.
INHALATION: This product has a low vapor pressure and is not expected to present an inhalation hazard at ambient conditions. Caution should be taken to prevent aerosolization or misting of this product. The threshold limit value (TLV) for this product as oil mist is 5 MG/M3. Exposures below 5 MG/M3 appear to be without significant health risk.
INGESTION: Ingestion is relatively non-toxic unless aspiration occurs. This product has laxative properties and may result in abdominal cramps and diarrhea.
My question is the specific reference to "aerosolization or misting" which might present a health hazard. MSDS's are always a good guide to check before product use. Again please correct me if I am in error with this concern.