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Fragrances aren’t safe, no matter what a product label says. Fragrances are common in many personal care products, from perfumes and colognes to lotions and shampoos. However, despite their widespread use, many people are unaware of the potential dangers fragrances can pose to human health. In this post, we will explore why fragrances are dangerous and how to protect yourself.

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