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An essential oil is a concentrated hydrophobic liquid containing volatile aromatic compounds that are responsible for creating the characteristic fragrance of the plants from which they are taken. Instead, most commercial products with which we are familiar, use synthetic “fragrances”, and not essential oils in their formulation. The toxic effects of synthetic fragrances are significant. There are over 500 potential chemicals that can be used under the single name “fragrance” found on the label of many products, not just perfumes and colognes. Fragrances are found in “air fresheners,” room deodorizers, cosmetics, fabric softeners, laundry detergents, candles, and many other places. Manufacturers are not required to list ingredients on the labels of these products, nor do they have to reveal the specific ingredients that qualify as “fragrance” to regulating authorities because they are protected as trade secrets. Research confirms that many of the ingredients in fragrances are neurotoxins, meaning that they have poisonous effects on the brain and nervous system. Some fragrance ingredients disrupt our natural hormonal balance, causing any number of possible emotional concerns, including: anxiety, mood swings, and depression. Feeling down? It could be the scent you’re wearing. Even if you can’t smell perfumes, you may be suffering ill effects from exposure. MAKE THE SWITCH TO ESSENTIAL OILS TODAY!