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Phthalates are controversial because high doses of many phthalates have shown hormonal activity in rodent studies. Studies on rodents involving large amounts of phthalates have shown damage to the liver, the kidneys, the lungs, and the developing testes. On the other hand, one Japanese study involving juvenile primates (marmosets) did not observe testicular effects (Tomonari et al, The Toxicologist, 2003). Research published in 2006 by Joint Research Centre, Institute for Health and Consumer Protection, and European Chemicals Bureau has found that two of the suspected dangerous phthalates banned by EU legislation - diisononyl phthalate (DINP) and diisodecyl phthalate (DIDP) - show no risks to human health or the environment for any current use.
Greater the addiction of inappropriate substance more difficult it is to remove from system.e.g Tobacco , cigarette, alcohol , cocaine , heroine , brown sugar , certain drugs which induce sex like ecstacy and vaigara ....
I predict that these phthalates will not be banned.Most of the business houses use it to give a better experience to customers. Greater the addiction of inappropriate substance more difficult it is to remove from system.e.g Tobacco , cigarette, alcohol , cocaine , heroine , brown sugar , certain drugs which induce sex like ecstacy and vaigara .... All of them if used long term may produce genetic defects but who cares?The gene pool ?:-))Who selects the "natural"?Another case of genetic selection going wrong.But the game continues by TSP.
I've never much liked artificial fragrances. If a place smells, get rid of the thing that's smelling and open a window! Let in some real fresh air.