Fragrance & Perfume

Often the chemicals used in perfumes and fragrance are synthetic compounds and many are known skin sensitizers and irritants. On the majority of cosmetic and skincare product labels the ingredients are not specified separately

Common irritants often labeled simply as "Fragrance" or "Perfume" include: Check the label of any of your existing products to see if they contain a perfume, parfum or fragrance

Fragrance Sensitivity - What the experts say:

“Skin exposure to fragrance is known to cause perfume contact allergy and eczema ..”
Elberling J., British Journal of Dermatology 2004

a woman spraying perfume on her neck

Why exederm does NOT contain perfume or fragrance

We believe that perfumes and fragrances are simply not a necessary additive to a cleanser or moisturizer. By avoiding fragrance we can avoid a potential skin sensitizer or irritant - it's that simple.

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