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Allergies And Perfume

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      Article Title: Allergies And Perfume
      Author: Roberto Sedycias
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      There are various elements that are considered in the
      preparation of any perfume. If you are buying perfume, it is
      worth being able to understand what the perfume manufacturer
      displays on the bottle. To make the right choice, it is worth
      knowing what to look for. No one would eat food that was not
      clearly labelled, yet many people are uncertain of their
      perfume ingredients or the preparation methods that create
      them. This is particularly important in modern times when
      pollution levels have increased sensitivity and allergy levels.

      Firstly, the concentrate of the blend of the perfume that you
      choose has a high impact on allergies. If you have intolerance
      to the ingredients that create the fragrance, then you can
      control this to a degree. The lowest concentrated blend is
      found in Eau de Cologne, which has a maximum of 5% pure perfume
      ingredients. This means that any reaction will be minimal in
      comparison to the other strength perfumes that are available.
      The next lowest strength perfume is Eau de Toilette which has a
      concentration of between 4% and 10% of perfume ingredients. The
      Eau de Perfume will contain between 8% and 15% pure perfume,
      whilst any labelled Perfume is the strongest with between 15%
      and 25% pure strength ingredients.

      All perfumes must state the level of potency on the packaging.
      Make sure you are aware of the strength, and try a lighter
      compound if you have any adverse reactions. If you have a
      reaction to all of the above strengths, then you will need to
      consider other factors.

      Another reason behind an allergy or reaction may be the
      ingredients used in the perfume to create the fragrance.
      Synthetic perfume sometimes contains synthetic scents. These
      synthetic scents are created to mimic a natural smell, but can
      be more easily controlled. Some natural ingredients are
      evanescent or short lasting, and so synthetics are used to make
      the perfume have more staying power. They also increase the life
      span of the perfume, as synthetic ingredients have a longer
      shelf life. Although the perfume and its ingredients are
      rigorously tested, there may still be an adverse reaction in
      some perfume wearers. If this is the case, then look for
      perfumes that contain natural ingredients only.

      It may not be the perfume causing the reaction, but the base
      ingredients. If you have an allergy to the carrier alcohols in
      perfume, then natural perfume is your best option. These will
      be labelled as either `natural` or `botanical` perfume and
      these are becoming much easier to find. The reason behind this
      is the rising interest in global environmental and health
      issues. Natural perfume is oil and water based, and will not
      contain any synthetic ingredients. This reduces the likelihood
      of allergic reactions. These have many advantages in that the
      perfume is often organic and environmentally friendly also.
      However, the disadvantage is that the perfume does not last as
      long as the synthetic types; a small price to pay, however, for
      well being.

      Finally, the allergy may actually be due to the natural
      ingredients. There is a misconception that all natural things
      are safe and good for you, but in reality this is not
      necessarily true. Most natural oils in their purest form should
      not make contact directly with skin, as they would be harmful.
      If certain pure oils have an adverse effect on you, then make
      sure you only buy perfume that does not contain them. If you
      suddenly develop intolerance to a perfume that you have
      previously used, consider other factors in your environment
      such as a change in temperature, diet or even washing powder.

      The best thing to do when buying perfume is to make sure you
      are aware of the ingredients, and make sure you buy according
      to what suits your skin type. If you do suffer a reaction from
      perfume, consider the elements outlined above and try to
      determine the cause. Once the cause is found, it can be
      eliminated by choosing a perfume that is right for you.

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      About The Author: This article can also be accessed in
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      http://www.polomercantil.com.br/perfume-fragrancia.php Roberto
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