Perfume: Don’t Buy The Fake Cheap Stuff

Whether you’re buying a romantic gift for your loved one, or just improving your personal scent, experts say to be careful where you buy your perfume.

A sweet smell turned sour for Carol Goldich. She got sick from counterfeit perfume. “I just put a little on my ear lobe and I just noticed this terrible itchiness.”

Some industry experts now estimate that as many as 10% of all perfumes sold are actually fake. And it’s a booming business.

Dr. Jeannette Graf, a dermatologist, says these products can be harmful, “resulting in sinus problems, asthma, and itchiness.”

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