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 Report about Perfume Composition

Long report upon: - Chemical substance in Fragrances

Submitted to: - Miss Ramsiz Capital t. Shah

Submitting date: - April 18, 2009

Group members

Ali Asghar Larik 6507

Nabeel Aftab 6661

Muhammad Sajjad Tariq 6686

Muhammad Arsalan Hashmi 6691

Table Of Contents: -

Executive Brief summary................................................................................................. 3

Introduction............................................................................................... 3

Conclusions and dialogue

I CHEMICAL SUBSTANCES IN FRAGRANCES: HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERN................................................................................................ 5

II RESEARCH OF PERFUMES............................................................................................. 5

III THE LIMITS OF EXISTING LEGISLATION........................................................................................... 6

4 ACCEPT THE POTENTIAL RISKS OR CONSIDER PRECAUTIONS?..................................................................................... 6

Conclusion............................................................................................. several

References............................................................................................. several

Executive Brief summary

The goal of this kind of investigation was going to quantify the use of two categories of chemicals ' phthalates and synthetic musks ' in a random number of perfume brands. Greenpeace entrusted a lab to test thirty eight brands of affluence de toilette and affluence de parfum for amount two chemical groups. The results state that some man made musks, most notably the polycyclic musks galaxolide (HHCB) and tonalide (AHTN), and some phthalates, especially diethyl phthalate (DEP), are traditionally used by the perfume industry. This kind of suggests that regular use of fragrances could significantly contribute to people's daily experience of these chemical substances, some of which are actually recorded since contaminants in blood and breast dairy. Furthermore, there exists increasing evidence of potential endocrine-disrupting properties for many musk compounds. In this framework, these results reinforce the need for legislation that may drive the replacement of harmful substances with safer alternatives. The current development of new EUROPEAN UNION legislation for the manufacture and use of chemical substances, known as REACH (Registration, Evaluation and Authorization of Chemicals), provides the possibility to set out requirements for such substitution as being a vital contribution to guarding the public by exposure to unsafe chemicals.

Intro

The common use of hazardous chemicals, combined with lack of adequate information and government control, has brought us to the chemical crisis we all face today. In so many aspects of our daily lives, we all use and release in to the environment, generally inadvertently, a variety of chemicals. The hazards posed by the majority of these substances have not been correctly assessed. Simultaneously, current legal guidelines fails to control exposure also to chemical compounds that are seen to possess hazardous properties, irrespective of whether safer alternatives already exist. As a consequence, by remote, unavailable regions of the globe to the home environment, we discover increasing evidence of chemical toxic contamination.

CHEMICALS IN PERFUMES:

A HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERN

Two groups of dangerous or probably hazardous chemical substances commonly used in perfumes and other personal care products are phthalate esters, typically referred to as phthalates, and synthetic (artificial or man-made) musks. Because of the intensive and high-volume use of these kinds of chemicals in products, they may have become broadly distributed through both the organic and the metropolitan environment. The ubiquitous presence of man made musks and phthalates inside the environment and consumer products, many of which are very slow to break down, results in...

References: www.greenpeace.org

www.greenpeace.org/multimedia/download/1/258905/0/rainwater. pdf format

www.greenpeace.org/international_en/multimedia/download/1/657323/0/tnobloedrapport. pdf

http://www.greenpeace.org/tnoperfumereport

http://www.greenpeace.to/publications_pdf/housedust_uk_2003.pdf

http://www.greenpeace.to/publications_pdf/consuming_chemicals_VO_mp.pdf

www.inchem.org/documents/cicads/cicads/cicad52.htm

www.wwf.org.uk/filelibrary/pdf/family_biomonitoring.pdf

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