1. Read labels!  Discard anything containing Fragrance, Parfum, Propylene Glycol, or

the letters  “benz.” 


2. Don't be fooled by marketing terms.  Natural does not mean fragrance-free.  Unscented does not mean fragrance-free. 

There is no substitute for reading labels. 


3.Laundry: Skip all fabric softeners & dryer sheets. Use only fragrance-free detergent.


4. Avoid or limit essential oils, especially Lavender, Patchouli, Vetiver, & Ylang Ylang.  Other essential oils may be used (sparingly!) but never these four offenders.


5. Remember that fragrance chemicals cling to skin, hair, and fabrics.  Scented products do not just wear off.

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Heather maintains a fragrance-free office. For her own safety, and for the safety of her other patients, you will be asked to be entirely fragrance-free at every appointment.

Samples of fragrance-free products are available - please ask!