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Lymetoo
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https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11869-016-0442-z?fbclid=IwAR3bUBUu1ZBCx07FcCW63xXu8N5kON7PQ3JHbhv-iSi0WpojYMt9SJ1e7uI

"Over 50 % of the population would prefer that workplaces, health care facilities and professionals, hotels, and airplanes were fragrance-free. While prior research found that common fragranced products, even those called green and organic, emitted hazardous air pollutants, more than two thirds of the population were not aware of this, and over 60 % would not continue to use a fragranced product if they knew it emitted such pollutants."

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hiker53
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I hate fragrances. They are everywhere and in everything. It disgusts me.

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Lymetoo
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You and me both.

Gag.

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Add me to the list of not tolerating chemicals and fragrances. I used my Mom's hair mousse the other day and what a mistake! I smelled it all day long! I won't make that mistake again.

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I like perfume, especially I pay attention to citrus flavors because it is the most pleasant. There are very bright flavors that hit the nose hard. These are the ones I don't use. I particularly spend a long time looking for a pleasant fragrance in a beautiful bottle on https://decantstore.com/product-category/amouage/. I think that no one likes pungent smells, especially on public transport. I think perfume should contain a light fragrance rather than a powerful and bright one.

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No perfume is safe.

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