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(Natural) Perfume? No thanks!

(natuurlijk) Parfum? Nee bedankt!

With the holidays approaching everywhere, parfum rates can be seen again. One bottle looks more luxurious than the other. Giving or getting one feels like a big pampering, because who doesn't want to smell good?

Allergies

Unfortunately (of course) perfume is not a good gift for many people because they are allergic to it. They get itching, red spots, a sense of burning or even flake skin. You will never get rid of allergy. The only thing that works is the substance that you are allergic to avoid.

More and more people allergic to (natural) perfume

In almost all cosmetics that we use daily, is (of course) perfume. So it's not so crazy that more and more people cannot stand and develop allergy. Unfortunately, it also applies to children under three years. Their vulnerable skin simply collapses under all heavily perfumed baby and children's products.

Test it

To find out if you are allergic, you can have a test done at the dermatologist. In that test there are only fragrances that are known to cause allergy. Unfortunately, many more (of course) Perfume fabrics that can also have problems.

To test yourself if you are allergic, lubricate a product a few days on the inside of the elbow or knee cavity. The skin is very thin and reacts much easier than in other places. If he becomes red or burning or it's going to be allergic.

Never (of course) Perfume?

Does a (natural) perfume allergy means that you can never use (of course) perfume? Not on the skin in any case, although a bit on the hair or clothing can in some cases. I myself have a perfume allergy, but if I use it on my hair or clothing, I thank it.

Incidentally, I have noticed that more and more young people in my practice Perfume-free skin care Want with as little ingredients as possible and without (natural) perfume / scents. They are probably not happy with exotic designed bottles with sweet shelters. What would it be like that the future is!

See a recent scientific research on (natural) perfume. This research is about lavender, for example, to name one

How does (natural) scents such as lavender can, for example be able to give allergic reactions? See a small impression of a (natural) lavender species and look at what the composition is:

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