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    Default French menswear company, Editions M.R. to launch first fragrance: Acide.


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    Default Re: French menswear company, Editions M.R. to launch first fragrance: Acide.

    Nice statement and all, but still a tad cynical. Acting anti IFRA despite having to follow EU laws (people are smarter than just going "rah rah IFRA" once they find out who is really behind it all). If they used the actual unadulterated type of bergamot and oakmoss that they are "defiantly" going to use, me thinks they wouldn't be doing business, atleast legally. Maybe if they weren't based in the EU their statement would be more believable. Despite preying on consumers becoming aware of the industry regulations, I hope the fragrance they release is good all the same.

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    Default Re: French menswear company, Editions M.R. to launch first fragrance: Acide.

    Would be interested in trying this when it becomes available
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    Default Re: French menswear company, Editions M.R. to launch first fragrance: Acide.

    Quote Originally Posted by HauteParfumGourmand View Post
    Nice statement and all, but still a tad cynical. Acting anti IFRA despite having to follow EU laws (people are smarter than just going "rah rah IFRA" once they find out who is really behind it all). If they used the actual unadulterated type of bergamot and oakmoss that they are "defiantly" going to use, me thinks they wouldn't be doing business, atleast legally. Maybe if they weren't based in the EU their statement would be more believable. Despite preying on consumers becoming aware of the industry regulations, I hope the fragrance they release is good all the same.
    For the sake of accuracy, raw unadulterated bergamot oil isn’t restricted according to EU laws. Raw oakmoss absolute is also legal, until August 23, 2021. The relevant information is available on the CosIng Database. IFRA standards are just recommendations (not obligatory).

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