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      Are fragrance free products safer? Unfortunately not. According to the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, there is no legal definition for fragrance-free, so it could mean that chemicals are used to mask scents or that the product has no perceptible odor but may contain chemicals that pose health risks via Child Healthy World

    • Stacy Durbin

      Orange perfume- wonder if this will smell like the Florida perfume grandma would buy me!


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      Orange perfume by Jazzanova

    • Ann Erler

      Orange perfume

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