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Fragrances add flavor or scent to skin care, cosmetics, personal care products as well as many other products found in the home or at work. They can be derived from plants or botanicals (natural) or through chemical processes (synthetic). The most common fragrances include geraniol, cinnamaldehyde, hydroxycitronellal, isoeugenol, eugenol and oak moss. Beware, even products labelled "unscented" can contain masking fragrances.

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