The Effect Of Perfume Is Sprayed Directly On The Skin?
Hello doctor, is it safe and healthy if the perfume is sprayed directly on the skin? Are there any medical rules for using perfume. Thank you HealthReplies.com
From the information you have conveyed, in general there are no restrictions on the use of perfume in the medical world and there are no standard rules for the use of recommended perfumes.
So in general, you can use perfume according to the rules of use that are used in general, especially what is written on the packaging label label. This provides information on safe steps for using the product for consumers.
What is of concern is if certain individuals have complaints about side effects of using certain perfume products, this must be a note and concern for consumers who use perfume products. So if you have complaints of skin irritation, then avoid using this brand of perfume with the composition in it.
If you have complaints of tightness and are also triggered by perfume sprays or the smell of perfume, then keep the spary perfume out of your airway so that it reduces your tightness complaints, and choose a light perfume for you.
Thus, in general the use of perfume is individual in relation to medical complaints that may occur in certain individuals.
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