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    Default Do you need to list DPG as an ingredient?

    Hi all,

    This is really more out of curiosity but as far as I know, DPG does not need to be listed as an ingredient on the box along with any of the allergens, am I correct?
    I ask as I saw propylene glycol listed on a Dolce and Gabbana fragrance (attached) the other day so it made me wonder. I know they are different and I know propylene glycol is not commonly used in perfumery, and as far as I understand DPG is quite common and I don't recall ever seeing it listed on the box, but thought it worthwhile to double check amongst the sharp minds of Basenotes.

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    Default Re: Do you need to list DPG as an ingredient?

    DPG is not restricted in any way, so it is not necessary, legally, to label it. Should the manufacturers wish to do so, that is up to them. No idea why PG is listed, nor do I know why it is being used.

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    Default Re: Do you need to list DPG as an ingredient?

    Ya, I thought as much, thank you for confirming David!

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