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Just Because It Smells Fresh & Clean Doesn’t Mean It Is

Whether it’s your home, car, or workplace, you use cleaners every day to make your environment and surroundings safe and non-hazardous. The cleaning products you use make the difference between a safe and sanitary environment or a blackhole of harmful invisible chemicals. Manufacturers use fragrances to mask the harsh smell of chemicals in most cleaning products and distract you from the health risks associated with inhaling and absorbing the chemicals they are made from. 

 

One of the most common chemicals used when making fragrances is phthalates, which make scents remain for a longer period. Though manufacturers aren’t required to specifically list phthalates on the label, any product with a fragrance like “tropical breeze” or “floral mist” (especially if advertised as “long-lasting”) will almost always include phthalates. Excessive exposure to phthalates has been linked to various health and neurological conditions, including asthma, ADHD, breast cancer, endocrine disruption, neurodevelopmental issues, behavioral issues, autism spectrum disorders, altered reproductive development, and male fertility issues.

 

You can significantly reduce your exposure to phthalates by choosing fragrance-free or all-natural organic cleaners whenever possible. At Embed, we offer an alternative. Embed Hygiene Defence products are stronger than harsh industrial cleaners without the toxicity, killing 99.9% wide spectrum pathogens, including COVID-19 on contact, airborne bacteria, viruses, fungi spores and more... it purifies the air! In addition, Embed Hygiene Defence products are environmentally friendly, being free of parabens, phthalates, triclosan, 1,4 dioxane, formaldehyde, chlorine bleach, SLS (sodium lauryl sulphates), or SLES, phosphates, synthetic dyes, synthetic fragrances, harsh solvents, VOCs.

 

Experience the Embed Hygiene Defence difference today.

 
The Embed Team
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