The Case Against Fragrance

Best-selling Australian author Kate Greville had always associated perfume with elegance and beauty.  Then the headaches started.  She started wondering:  What’s in fragrance?  What does it do to people?

The more she investigated, the more she felt this was a story that should be told.  Fragrance isn’t made from flowers – it’s made from synthetic chemicals.  Some of them can be linked to headaches, asthma, allergies, hormone disruption and cancer.

These chemicals are released onto the market (often) without testing.  Their use is regulated by the same people who make them.  And they don’t have to be listed on labels.

You can purchase this book at most good bookshops, or order it on-line at Amazon.

A Kindle edition is also available here.

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