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Expert panel warn: Your perfume could give you cancer!

by , 27 May 2015

A panel of experts from the National Academy of Sciences in the US have confirmed that styrene, a chemical building block found in a wide variety of everyday products, causes cancer.

You find styrene in automobile exhaust, cigarette smoke and - you might be surprised to know - it lurks in your perfumes and other cosmetic products too.

Read on for the full scoop.

These every day products contain styrene

Experts warn that many cosmetic products – such as lip glosses, body washes, body sprays and perfumes – contain this cancer-causing chemical. They explain that you might not find styrene in the list ingredients on the product, but this doesn’t necessarily mean it doesn’t contain it. 
Because many fragranced cosmetic products are mislabelled.

So how do I know that perfume really contains styrene?

Experts explain that studies have proven that many perfumes contain styrene. In addition, they say that the International Fragrance Association, an industry trade group, lists styrene as one of the most commonly-used ingredients in perfume online.
They add that styrene is one of the necessary ingredients used to formulate fragranced products (so yes, that includes cleaning products to – read more about those here).
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So how do you steer clear of styrene?

Right now, the only way to avoid coming into contact with this cancer compound is to avoid all fragranced body products. 
The good news, though, is that there are tons of awesome natural body sprays, body scrubs and so on that you can find at your local pharmacy or health store. They smell delightful and are 100% safe to use.
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