As I understand it, and I am willing to be corrected, the rules are not enforced. And yet most classics have been reduced to olifactory memories of themselves or discontinued. New fragrances are for the most part quite unexciting to me. I suspect but do not know for sure that independant house Slumberhouse uses what he wants. Perhaps it is time for a consumers revolt demanding that the regulations be changed allowing fragrances to contain a warning label like cigarettes. "CAUTION: This fragrance contains oakmoss and .008% of the population may have a minor reaction and might sneeze."
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1/27/13 at 4:37pm