May 14, 2019 Stink!

Oh boy, look at Tommy Girl…

“When we received the laboratory results back for Tommy Hilfiger’s ‘Tommy Girl’ perfume, our first thought was: this is no luxury product. No wonder they don’t disclose the ingredients.”

There’s a massive disconnect between what the Ad Says and what the Lab Says.

Another infuriating example of how misleading so-called “fragrances” are; a complete disconnect between what they say is inside and what is actually inside. If any of the desireable fruits and flowers conjured up in the shiny advertisements were in the product then you’d see them in the ingredient list. This is why companies use the “fragrance” loophole to deceive consumers. If you see the word “fragrance” in the ingredient list then don’t buy it; they’re trying to fool you. 

Seems like they violating their own sustainability bylaws, no?


Consumers have a right to know what they’re buying. It’s that simple. Check out the award-winning documentary “Stink! on Netflix
. #SB574 #FragranceDisclosure

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