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NMI/J&J Study Probes Consumer Relationship With ‘Fragrance-Free’

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Improved transparency is needed in fragrance labeling and ingredient disclosure, as well as greater “precision” in fragrance-free claims, but the demonization of all fragrance must stop, NMI researchers say, in partnership with J&J.

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