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Call To Action

Our goal is to protect human health by decreasing indoor and outdoor air pollution.

You can help by reading labels on laundry, body care, and cleaning products so you know you are choosing the ones labeled "Fragrance Free" and without fragrance oils.

We urge you to share our poster, memes and research to raise awareness about this often overlooked, yet increasingly obvious way of achieving healthier air both indoors and out.

"Go Fragrance Free:

Healthier Air Has Never Been Easier."

The Fragrance Free Coalition is a group of volunteers.

The need for fragrance free healthcare, schools, and public spaces is evident when reviewing the studies about asthma, migraines, sinusitis, airborne contact dermatitis, eczema, autism and more.


Because so many people are having detrimental health reactions to petrochemicals in fragrance, the use of fragranced products in public spaces is creating access barriers to healthcare, schools, businesses.

The EPA estimates indoor air is 2 to 5 times more polluted than outdoor air.

Synthetic fragrance chemicals:

1. Increase VOC's.

2. Create secondary pollutants such as formaldehyde.

3. Have been shown to increase indoor particulate matter.

4. Have had "known skin sensitizers" and "known allergens" in their fragrances for decades. 

All of these qualify as indoor air pollution.

The FDA places safety responsibility of products on the manufacturer (meaning, it is up to the company creating the product to deem the petro-chemicals they use in their products as safe).
Because fragrance is considered a "trade secret", it's ingredients do not have to be revealed, many companies purchase fragrance and put it in their products,
having no idea which of the up to 4,000 undisclosed chemicals were used.

"The law does not require FDA approval before they go on the market, but they must be safe for consumers when they are used according to labeled directions, or as people customarily use them. Companies and individuals who manufacture or market cosmetics have a legal responsibility for ensuring that their products are safe and properly labeled." -for quote see

Please review the interactive poster available on the home page.

The easiest way to create healthier air is to not pollute with petrochemicals/fragrances.

Purchasing fragrance free cleaning and laundry products, fragrance free deodorants, soaps, hand sanitizers and lotions, as well as eliminating air ‘fresheners’ are easy changes with major impact on indoor air quality.

We care deeply about the health of humanity, our pets, the planet, and ourselves.

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