Fragrance has an enormous impact on our health, so why aren’t brands more willing to disclose what goes into their formulas? Here, we talk about Trade Secret laws and why it’s so important consumers demand answers.
Despite environmental issues becoming increasingly more obvious, brands are talking the talk without walking the walk – especially when it comes to what we’re loading into our washing machine. Learn about the impact this is having on your health and the wellbeing of the world, and how to know which laundry products you should love or lose.
According to legislation, companies aren’t required to disclose anything they deem a Trade Secret or proprietary on the packaging. Meaning your favourite perfume brand may be highlighting harmless additions (like citrus oils) while conveniently glossing over any potentially toxic chemicals.
We hear this statement a lot: "I don't need natural perfume - I just wear essential oils." In fact, in a recent survey we conducted, almost 15% of respondents told us that they though wearing natural perfume was the same as wearing essential oils.
It's the catch-phrase of the year: clean.But what if clean is not as pure as you think? We explore what clean really means, and how to find perfume and cosmetics that are truly natural, healthy and safe.
VOCs emitted from petrochemicals products like perfumes, paint, pesticides and glues now contribute to half of fossil fuel VOC emissions in thirty-three industrialised cities. Is it time to rethink your use of synthetic scent?
In being good environmental stewards, we must also think about the greater impact our consumption has. There is almost no way to separate environmental issues from humanitarian concerns. People are suffering for our consumption. Even for our waste. Find out why your smartphone is a huge environmental disaster.
The classic scent that most everyone loves, rose has been recreated chemically in a thousand different ways. But what is the real scent of rose? And how does nature construct that enchanting fragrance?