Studies have proven toxic chemicals found in common cleaning products, laundry detergents and fragrance mists that are linked to problems with the immune system, respiratory conditions and can even cause cancer.
These studies have been proven time and time again by various organizations.
- Scientists have found a link between some cleaning product components to asthma and reproductive harm."
- Women's Voices for the Earth
- "Exposure to cleaning products or air fresheners that contain a certain volatile organic compound (VOC) called 1,4 dicholorobenzene (1,4 DCB), can reduce lung function by 4%."
- U.S News & World Report
- "Fumes from air fresheners and fragrances contain hazardous toxins, none of which were listed on product labels since companies are not required by the federal government to disclose the ingredients in these products."
- University of Washington, The Journal Environmental Impact Assessment Review
- "When used indoors under certain conditions, many common household cleaners and air fresheners emit toxic pollutants at levels that may lead to health risks."
- University of California, Berkeley, and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory