The Pinktober Special You Don’t Want to Miss!
At long last, here’s your chance to see STINK for FREE!
Please don’t miss this!
What you see could literally save your life!
If you want to learn more about pink ribbons and pinktober, you can get Breast Cancer Action’s “Think Before You Pink Toolkit” here.
And for everyone’s sake:
Be fragrance (and toxic chemical stink) free. It’s good for you! It’s good for me!
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From the Breast Cancer Fund
Although it’s just one little word on the ingredient label, “fragrance” can contain dozens, even hundreds, of chemicals—including hormone-disrupting phthalates and synthetic musks. Fragrance manufacturers claim the formulas are confidential business information, and sometimes even keep them secret from the companies that sell their products. Even fragrances that purport to be natural can contain chemicals of concern, so choose products that disclose every ingredient.
Until we change the law so consumers are fully informed about what’s in our products, it’s best to avoid synthetic fragrance and opt for products that are fragrance-free or that fully disclose their fragrance ingredients.
The film is available to view for free again here: