On the heels of Chanel No. 5's colossal fail of an ad campaign (we bet that even Angelina can't look at Brad Pitt with a straight face any more) comes more bad news for French parfumier; the world's most popular fragrance could be facing a ban.
Now, before you start stockpiling the classic perfume like whiskey during prohibition, here are the details. According to the Telegraph UK, a European Advisory committee says that the classic scent has been found to contain 100 allergens that can cause health problems, especially for those who spritz daily.
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How exactly? The problem is that perfumes, like Chanel No. 5, fail to list all of the allergens found in natural ingredients (like lemon, jasmine, and bergamot) on their labels so unsuspecting consumers may be exposing themselves to substances that may interfere with their well-being.
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