Environmental concerns prompt fragrance phase-out

A group of synthetic fragrances which have been widely used for decades are being quietly phased out following fears over their toxicity and environmental persistence. Manufacturers of products containing nitro musks argue that the case against them remains unproven, and say they are being withdrawn as a risk avoidance measure. But there is little sign that they have fully considered the environmental profiles of the replacement compounds.

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