Is your perfume poison?

Is your perfume poison?
Recent laboratory investigations have discovered some of the dangerous chemicals found in many fragrant products. Here are a few main points of concern: 
  • Laboratory tests found a total of 38 chemicals not listed on the labels in 17 name-brand fragrances.
  • The average fragrance product contained 14 chemicals that were not disclosed on the label (along with another 15 that were listed).
  • Fragrances commonly contain parabens, phthalates, and synthetic musks that may cause hormone disruption, reproductive problems, or possibly cancer.
  • The exact ingredients in synthetic fragrances are protected as "trade secrets" and therefore do not have to be disclosed on the label.
After learning this information, I got to thinking, why not use pure, therapeutic grade essential oils as a perfume.  The fragrances smell great, they are natural with no toxins, and may provide many unexpected benefits.  Would you like to create your own exquisite signature scent that is safe and cost effective? Grab this guide to help you get started!

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