Dangerous Secret of Sweat Smell Beginning of Synthetic Flavour In the Industrial Revolution, processing Coal-tar, by-product of coal and toxic substance, was a serious problem. Eilhard Mitscherlich made Nitrobenzene or bitter almond fragrance by using the by-product in 1834. But after that, people used oil more often than coal and a by-product Coal-tar came from it. Nowadays, people do not use coal and the Coal-tar is known for coming from oil. Source of the scent is not flowers but oil.
Usage of the Flavour People usually think whipping cream on coffee comes from milk. We analyzed the cream produced by 20 companies and learned that 4 out of 12 brands did not include milk cream and also the cream used by 3 out of 8 bakeries had 0% of milk cream.
Harmful Materials of Additives -Formaldehyde, the most fatal cancer causing agent -A little amount of Formaldehyde was found in 19 products produced by 3 companies. -Suspected substance Phthalate of endocrine system disorder -found from perfume for adults and baby perfume. -Suspected substance Toluene which may causes nerve disorders -A trace of Toluene was founded in all 24 products.
Research papers 1.Fragranced consumer products: Chemicals emitted, ingredients unlisted 2.Found 133 different VOCs emitted from the 25 products, with and average of 17 VOCs per product, Of these 133 VOCs, 24 are classified as toxic or hazardous under U.S. federal laws 3.Chemical emissions from residential dryer vents during use of fragranced laundry products 4.Seven of these VOCs are classified as hazardous air pollutants(HAPs) and two as carcinogenic HAPs (acetaldehyde and benzene) with no safe exposure level