Although many products claim “fragrant free,” let the buyer beware.
The following list was compiled by an unknown entity, but his/her efforts are well intention. Use the list as a reference. Ultimately, it is up to you to find out if any of the ingredients cause you any or some harm.
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Moreover, there is a toxic guide compiled by the Environmental Health Association of Nova Scotia. As they point out, “different manufacturers use different words to label their unscented products. Some of these include “Pure”, “Scent-free”, “Fragrance Free”, “Sensitive skin formula”, “Hypo-allergenic”, “All-sensitive”, etc. Although these words have no legal definition, they may help you identify truly unscented products.”