Twenty Most Common Chemicals Found in Thirty-One Fragrance Products
Compiled by Julia Kendall, based upon information from EPA studies.
Addendum to the Twenty Most Common Chemicals Found in Thirty-One Fragrance Products
original compilation of information by Julia Kendall from a 1991 EPA Study
FDA: Do YOUR Duty . . .
Shine some light on the business of beauty!
Require that products -- like fragarnces and other cosmetics -- which are released to
market without being substantiated for safety carry your consumer alert:
'WARNING: The safety of this product has not been determined.'
To learn more about the chemicals found in popular fragrances, see
EHN's FDA Citizens' Petition 99P-1340
Filed by EHN May 1999, replete with analyses of popular perfumes.
Aassigned docket number 99P-1340 by the FDA.
This petition is still open. Please write to the FDA about your adverse health events today.
EHN's page of access and accommodation information, Take Heart!
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