In 2010, the University of Washington completed a study that revealed the emissions of unlisted chemicals in common fragranced products such as air fresheners, laundry products, soaps, lotions, deodorants, shampoos and cleaning products.
“Of the 133 different chemicals detected, nearly a quarter are classified as toxic or hazardous under at least one federal law.” …. “All were widely used brands, with more than half being the top-selling product in its category” (Exposure Assessment). Read Full Press Release Here
Steinemann, Anne C. Exposure Assessment. Civil and Environmental Engineering and Public Affairs. University of Washington.