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    Default Fragrances that don't abide by IFRA regulations?

    So yesterday I gave a full wearing to Caesars Man and I've come to the conclusion that I really like this juice! It is dark in color, (same color as it was in 1988, when it was first released) which means it obviously hasn't been reformulated. I've heard others on here compare it to vintage Drakkar, and I totally agree with this comparison. I think it is very underrated. The bottom line is this fragrance doesn't smell synthetic, has excellent longevity, gets compliments and has what I perceive of as ingredients that have been banned by the IFRA. Soooo what other fragrances are like this!?
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    Default Re: Fragrances that don't abide by IFRA regulations?

    I know I am not answering OP question, but are they really ignoring IFRA regulations? Because I would certainly support any fragrance company that does. The DIY section has all sorts of info on this topic. I gather from those threads that it is not illegal to ignore IFRA standards. -It just makes it harder to sell your fragrances, and possibly opens you up to lawsuits if somebody does end up having a dire reaction.

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    Default Re: Fragrances that don't abide by IFRA regulations?

    Read this thread.

    http://www.basenotes.net/threads/292...RA-regulations

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    Default Re: Fragrances that don't abide by IFRA regulations?

    Personally don't pay that much attention as to whether they abide or don't abide by the current regulations.

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