Rashmi Jameela. bar. April 09th , 2017.
Today, our house is a no-fragrance zone. Because I get headaches and frequently migraine headaches when exposed to fragrances, we've had to look long and hard for a bar soap that I could tolerate. As a result of my canary nature, Bernd has become less tolerant of fragrances also. His is more of a psychological intolerance, however. That and his concern for my welfare when the neighbors' perfumes and dryer sheet smells come into our home. We both find most fragrances to be unpleasant smelling. It's all in your perspective. After all, dogs seem to enjoy smelling the poop of other dogs. But we both enjoy fresh and natural plant smells. The smell of rain in the air is also a good one. You will never catch me intentionally taking a nice long sniff of some dog's poop, though.
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I don't have a problem with all fragrances. There are some natural ones that don't bother me at all. Citronella (lemon grass oil) is one of them. I know, go figure. And so for years we used Ivory bar soap. But it is quite irritating to certain parts of my body. I won't say which ones. About a year or so ago (after I'd given up hope and stopped even looking in the bar soap aisle actually, I can't spend too much time in that aisle or I'll get a really nasty headache), Bernd discovered that Dove had come out with a bar soap that is completely free of dyes and fragrances. We both use it for washing our bodies and love it. It's called Dove Sensitive Skin Unscented, in case you are interested. I know what I said earlier about "fragrance free" and "unscented" and it does say in smaller print that it is fragrance free.
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