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Perfume Free Cosmetics

Perfumes and scents are used widely in the cosmetic industry to hide odor from the raw materials, they are also used to add appeal to the cosmetic or beauty product. Perfumes are the most common cause of allergic reactions in cosmetics, which is important to avoid with rosacea, the following products below are perfume free.




  • Moisturel (Westwood)
  • DML moisturizing lotion (Person&Covey)
  • Eltracreme (SwissAmerican Products)
  • Dormer creams and lotions (Dormer Labs)
  • Cliniderm cream (Canderm)
  • Epilyt lotion (Stiefel)


  • Cetaphil lotion (Galderma)
  • Spectrojel ( GlaxoSmithKline)
  • Neutrogena fragrance free bar
  • Basic soap


  • DHS shampoo (Person& Covey)
  • Cliniderm (Canderm)
  • Free and clear (Pharmaceutical Specialties Inc)
For those who need perfume free do not forget:

Laundry Detergent:

  • Cheer free
  • Liquid ultra cheer free
  • Tide free

Fabric Softners:

  • Bounce free fabric softners

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