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Ann Ann
Ann Ann • 2 years ago

'Could your perfume be giving you Diabetes?' Research is stacking up on phthalates! In a new study, published online in the journal Diabetes Care, researchers show a link between diabetes in adults and a common chemical used in synthetic fragrances, candles, and even the plastic containers in which your food is stored. The chemical class in questions—phthalates—is already linked to a slew of other health problems, including autism, weight gain, infertility, and even some cancers.

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Luxuriant Australian Sandalwood is intermingled with a modest caress of exquisite Bulgarian Rose to fashion a seductive and spicy perfume. This fragrant fusion is a beautiful and profound attar that will certainly have ladies and gentlemen stepping a bit closer to you for a second whiff.