When you need a product that says it’s fragrance-free
and the product’s web page states:
“It’s 100% dye-free, perfume-free and dermatologist-tested. Take laundry day to the next level. … With Persil® Sensitive Skin you can achieve a deep clean without scents and perfumes that can aggravate skin sensitivities.”
Guess what? You still need to read the ingredient list, because some manufacturers think it’s ok to do this:
This has to STOP!
Many of us know that some scent or fragrance free products add fragrance to mask the smell of other ingredients, but they don’t state 5 different times and in different ways that their product is “100% perfume-free”, and “without scents and perfumes”. After all that, it’s shocking to find fragrance in the ingredient list.
WTF makes companies think this is ok to do?
It’s time to ask them, and tell them to stop!
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PS… I looked at the ingredients on another product, and in addition to the “fragrance” blend, they also listed several fragrance ingredients, without declaring them as fragranced. This company is not cool!
PPS… I did not look at the other ingredients to see how healthy or toxic they are, their fragrance gaslighting is bad enough to never buy their products.
But I did look them up on EWG (which is a starting point for product ingredients and concerns) and they give it a big NOPE too:
If enough of us speak up, perhaps we can make them stop this kind of unacceptable, harmful nonsense…. If we say nothing, it will continue…