The STINK: Why Dangerous Chemical Fragrances Are Used to Make Clothes Smell

Shalom Family!

Thanks to Sis. Amariyah for sharing some helpful information she received by way of Sis. Sinaiyah. The following information is regarding chemicals found in our clothes and products.

STORY AT-A-GLANCE

  • In his first documentary film production, Jon Whelan presents overwhelming evidence showing dangerous chemicals are added to clothing and other products by design, to reduce cost and increase profits
  • The scent wafting from your clothing is the result of fragrances added to reduce the obnoxious scent of synthetic clothing; since fragrance is not regulated, manufacturers are free to add any toxic chemicals to achieve their goals
  • Although Europe practices precautionary principles, the U.S. assumes chemicals are safe until proven otherwise. Unfortunately, it may take many years before science can prove a toxin triggers negative health effects, unnecessarily exposing you to danger
  • Laundry detergent, fabric softener, and dryer sheets also add fragrance to your clothing, much of which may be vented to your neighborhood through your dryer, contributing to declining air quality

Read the full article here> Chemicals On Your Clothes Could Be Giving You These Reactions

Health is not important to merchandisers so share this information so others may be aware.

May the blessings of Yah be with you and your family!

1 Comment

  1. Thank you for posting sis! My goal is to educate as many people as possible so that we can all have the choice to improve our surroundings instead of just settling for what we are dealt with. I’m so glad we are able to get this word out there so we can make better choices for ourselves if that is what we so choose to do. If anyone has any questions about how to convert to a toxin free home, please don’t hesitate to reach out. I love my somatic family and want to see them be as healthy as possible.

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