A Fragrance-Free Zone is a smoke, fragrance and chemical free area, designed for those who report mild to serious reactions to these items. Adding a Fragrance-Free Zone can help many in our community work and frequent your establishment in comfort.
At first glance, we may think there are enough people who struggle with these issues to justify the hassle of providing a Fragrance-Free Zone. However, for every 100 people in America, there is an average of 10 with asthma, 20 with an autoimmune disorder and/or 12.5 with MCS.
Read Pamphlet, “Creating a Fragrance-Free Zone – A Friendlier Atmosphere for Those Living with Environmental Illness.”
Air Fresheners by Anne C. Steinemann, PhD
Asthma and chemical hypersensitivity: prevalence, etiology, and age on onset- Study by Anne C. Steinemann
Fragrance Tidbits Information Sheet
Prevalence of fragrance sensitivity in the American population – Study by Anne C. Steinemann
Radio Interview with Environmental Engineer and Researcher
Study Reveals Unlisted Chemicals in Consumer Products
Why Go Fragrance Free? Millions Report Adverse Reactions to Perfumes and Fragrances