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Sensitivity to synthetic fragrance
Most people are unaware that a “fragrance” in personal or household products is typically a synthetic chemical mixture of several dozen to several hundred chemicals. Fragranced products emit dozens of different volatile compounds that are then breathed in or that come into contact with the skin or eyes, including some that are considered air pollutants.
Products containing synthetic fragrances will be most Skin care - Laundry Detergent - Sunscreens - Dryer Sheets - Fabric Softeners - Rubbish Bags - Household Cleaners -Air Fresheners Car Air Fresheners -Toilet Paper - Fabric Sprays -Tissues - Deodorants - Hair Products - Lipsticks - Dishwashing liquid - Toilet Bowl Fresheners - Floor Cleaners - Pet Shampoos - Scented Candles - Carwash Detergents - Perfumes - Aftershaves - Shampoos - Soaps - Cat Litter
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In this blog we look at this really murky pool of information about microfiber, its Positives, Negatives, the alternatives, and how green those alternatives are.
When I say murky, I really mean really murky. You can find a bunch of info saying how bad microfibre is, written by companies that promote/ sell alternatives, and then when one starts digging into the alternatives, you learn that they are not so squeaky clean either.
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Here are some straightforward yet impactful ways to reduce your family's exposure to toxins this year: