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Under Pressure, Feminine Product Makers Disclose Ingredients

Under Pressure, Feminine Product Makers Disclose Ingredients

The New York Times

Rachel Abrams

Oct. 26, 2015

…”Fragrances can be particularly problematic for consumers seeking more detailed information about their personal care products. Many personal care products companies simply list ‘fragrance’ as an ingredient. (P.&G. describes it as ‘like those found in other women’s products.’)

Fragrances, however, can be made up of dozens of undisclosed chemicals that worry consumer advocates. Women’s Voices for the Earth says it found chemicals including styrene and chloroform in several of P.&G.’s feminine napkins.”…

Read full article in The New York Times.

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