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 Known Effects of Perfume & Colognes?

Answer Anyone who's ever walked through the perfume or cologne section at a department store knows the overwhelming feeling when several strong scents hit your nose at the same time. Still perfumes and co... Read More »
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Harmful Effects of Perfume?

In accordance with the 1938 Federal Food Drug and Cosmetic Act, the FDA has the authority to regulate the use of toxic ingredients used in perfumes and other beauty products. Yet regulations do no... Read More »
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The Effects of Perfume on Hair?

Hair perfume is a product that has been specifically designed to make your hair smell nice. However many believe that these products can have a negative effect on your hair. Here are some of the ad... Read More »
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The Best Seductive Colognes?

Although the word "cologne" -- short for "eau de cologne" -- simply refers to an essential oil scent concentration between 2 and 5 percent, colognes are typically marketed to men rather than women,... Read More »
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Why Is Alcohol Used in Colognes?

Colognes are mixtures of scents, water and alcohol. In the Ottoman Empire cologne makers used alcohol made from the fermentation of sugary fruits or grains. Today much of the alcohol used in the ma... Read More »
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