Run from Fragrance

March 29, 2017

I feel like I have a right to know what I'm putting on my body.  I feel like you have a right to know too.

 

With that being said, if you see Fragrance listed on any of your products, you should read it as "HIDDEN CHEMICALS".  

 

That's why we need transparency.  Enough run-around from companies hiding ingredients.  I don't care what kind of certification you claim to have from a 3rd party saying you aren't using certain toxic ingredients.  When you list "fragrance" as an ingredient, I don't trust you.  I don't trust your brand.  So please stop.

 

I'm begging you.  

Stop.

 

I'm making it my mission to educate as many people as possible so that they don't spend their hard earned dollars on products that could be harming their health, on brands that aren't honest.  

 

And please don't claim you are honest. The only way to be honest is to be transparent.  If you were transparent, you wouldn't use "Fragrance" on ANY of your products.  

 

I would call out brands here, but the list is long.  

 

If you want to know if you should run from a brand, look at the label:  Do you see "Parfum" or "Fragrance" listed as an ingredient in ANY product that they sell?  If so, run.  Run for you health.  

 

 

 

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