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Perfumes from top brands might soon be banned in Europe because of allergy causing ingredients

Most perfumes contain some kind of allergy causing ingredients. The European Commission has made public in 2006 a list with 26 such common ingredients. Tree moss and Eugenol (contained in rose oil) are in the list of 26 and according to the Euro Commission rules any perfume that uses such ingredients must have them declared on the packaging because of their allergenic risk. 

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