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Everyone loves to walk into a room that smells good, but behind some of those seemingly fresh-smelling rooms is a hidden danger. It emanates from the small and innocent-looking devices known as plug-in air fresheners. Here’s the vital information that can help to protect you and your family from a hidden hazard.
It is particularly associated with throat and nose cancer.
Disrupts hormones such as testosterone and throws the reproductive system into imbalance. Phthalates can also cause birth defects, allergies, asthma.
Research has shown that it can contribute to lung cancer.
originally posted by: 3NL1GHT3N3D1
This is exactly why I have stopped using store bought personal hygiene/cleaning products and instead make my own with simple ingredients. The reason cancer rates are so high nowadays is because of all this artificial crap in the things we consume. People are oblivious to the amount of poison they willingly put into their bodies on a daily basis but hey, it keeps the profits rolling in so industries hide that they're poisoning the population.
originally posted by: tulsi
thx 3NL & Lumen
poisoned by maxipads- wouldn't surprise me anymore!
originally posted by: CriticalStinker
a reply to: Lumenari
I'll have to keep that in mind.
Air freshener in my car is a must... It's rather new, but a diesel VW. The vents smell like crayons, and for whatever reason, I hate it.
I need some smell goods to make my rides 👌
originally posted by: seaswine
NO. No, no. Do not support these multi level marketing (aka pyramid scheme) companies.
If you like essential oils, get them from rocky mountain oils. They don't play into the whole MLM thing and their oils are just as good, if not better than YL or doterra. They are also considerably less expensive because they don't have to give a cut of their sales to some sucker who fell into the trap of some mom who convinced you to buy "the starter pack".
Source: I got bamboozled into buying YL crap. Later found out about RMO. In a side by side comparison, there's no difference and RMO oils are about 40% less expensive.
Glad to hear you take your health seriously as well.