policy on scents

Dr Honeyman insists you not do arrive with any scented products on your person or your clothing. Chemicals that give scent to laundry products and personal care products (such as shampoos, deodorants, soaps, colognes, and perfumes) are toxic to brain, liver, kidneys, blood vessels, and heart. If the scent is detectable to others, it is also toxic to people, children, and pets. People and animals can be allergic or sensitive to these chemical scents, becoming ill with exposure.

Laundry products on clothes are strongly scented toxic synthetic chemicals. They permeate your clothes and take several washings to remove. If you wear clothing washed with these products to our office, contact ruins our furniture and the smells permeate the air. When this happens we have to open exterior doors and windows and remove the affected furniture from the house. These chemicals are transferred to other people’s lungs, skin, and clothing. With repeated exposure, you lose the ability to smell these scents. To get these smells out of your clothing you will need to launder them multiple times using unscented detergent.

An excellent and non-toxic household cleaner is white vinegar. Some suggestions for unscented laundry products are listed below.

Unscented laundry detergents:
All Stainlifters Free and Clear
Arm and Hammer Sensitive Skin
Seventh Generation Free and Clear for Sensitive Skin
OxyClean Free and Clear
Ecos Free and Clear

Scent free fabric softeners:
Seventh Generation Natural Fabric Softener
All Ultra Fabric Softener for Sensitive Skin Free and Clear
Downy Free and Gentle

Scent free dryer sheets:
Bounce Free and Gentle Dryer Sheets
All Sensitive Skin Dryer Sheets Free and Clear
GG (grab green) Wet Dryer Sheets Fragrance Free

For your health and the health of your family we strongly recommend using unscented household cleaning products, and personal care products like soaps, shampoos, deodorants, cream rinse, etc. I you can’t find unscented personal care products that work for you, there are products with a light scent that other people won’t smell.

Scents are a direct link to the primitive part of our brains, olfactory nerves are part of our brain. Laundry product manufacturers know we are unconsciously responsive to smell, and are are using increasing amounts of these toxic scents to manipulate us to continue purchasing their wares. In their competition with each other these smells are left on our furniture, cars, clothes, everywhere we go. This is deliberate, it’s planned, and it’s making us all sick.