Originally Posted by N_Tesla
I stumbled over this site and thought base notes members might find the reading interesting. http://www.cosmeticsdesign-europe.co...rance-industry
Somehow I don't think it will make you happy. They keep talking about mitigating risks to the public. Show me one person who ever died from fragrance use.
Tightening the screws some more, obviously. Thanks for the latest on that, Tesla! It's hilarious that the industry itself should feel so concerned about the long and good life of perfume users. Imagine the tobacco industry had started a similar thing in the eighties! They didn't because there is no such thing as synthetically produced 'clean' tobacco!
What happens now is intended to make space for more synthetic products of the giants in the fragrance industry and their legion of professional 'health watchers' and layers: Monsanto
for the nose! I still don't know how they got perfume brands like Guerlain etc. aboard. Neither do we know if Caron, Hermes, Malle, Lutens ...are part of the unholy union, or do we?
I too have more confidence in mother nature
. Man himself has tested his natural environment in millions of generations. He knows to a great deal by instinct, what is good for him and his genes. That's why we can discern between good smells / tastes, and bitter ones, or the foul smell of death and decay. Until the day I learn about the opposite, I see IFRA as Snow White's
. All alarms should ring in her presence!