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What is IFRA and why is it important for you, as a consumer?

The International Fragrance Association (IFRA) is an organization that represents the global fragrance industry. Its main goal is to make sure that the fragrances we use in everyday products like perfumes, soaps, and other scented products are safe for people and the environment.

IFRA is important for consumers because it creates safety standards for fragrance ingredients. This means that the fragrances used in products you buy, have been tested and meet the guidelines set by IFRA, ensuring that they're safe to use. This helps to protect your health and well-being, as well as the environment.

In simpler terms, IFRA helps make sure that the fragrances you come across in your daily life are safe and enjoyable to use. By setting standards and guidelines for the fragrance industry, IFRA contributes to the safety and quality of many products that consumers use every day.

As a consumer, it might be difficult to directly verify if a fragrance is IFRA-compatible, as detailed information on the composition of a fragrance is often considered a trade secret.

Whether you buy a fragrance from a physical or through an online store, you have the right to ask for documents, which proves, that your product is safe enough to use.

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