Perfumes are one of the most frequent causes of contact allergies and 26 of them are particularly bad. The EU has comprised a list of these perfumes. If perfumes are used in products, manufacturers are required to state the specific perfume name on the list of ingredients. If the substance is on the list of 26 perfumes that most often cause allergies, it is not enough to simply write “perfume”.
The research into contact allergies from around the world shows that the number of people with perfume allergies is increasing. Including children, young people and men, who were virtually absent from the statistics just 20 years ago. It is entirely due to one thing: How early in life and how often the contact with perfume.
To prevent perfume allergies:
How can you be sure?
Choose products labelled with AllergyCertified or the Asthma Allergy Nordic label. They are featured on all Derma products. These labels are your guarantee that there are no synthetic or natural perfumes found in the product.