Nice article. Not every day that you get Octavian, Turin, Sheldrake, Doyen, and two &%$#@*^ IFRA bureaucrats in a boxing ring. Perfect exhibition of the nanny-state mentality.
Bullshit. So be it NOT, mon dude. We simply don't need this kind of thinking. So.... the alternative is warnings?Steven Weller, IFRA's spokesman, called strict regulation "a necessary evil," adding, "If it prevents an allergic reaction, then so be it."
WARNING - contains real jasmine in high concentration.
Frankly, I like the looks of it already. IFRA is really starting to mess with us. Enough is enough. I say it's high time we start messing back. I want my vintage formulations with warnings. Screw IFRA.
PS - could a mod please move this to the Fragrance Industry Discussion board?