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What’s in an Air Freshener?

Whenever we smell something, we’re actually inhaling microscopic particles of that substance. So even when you just detect an odor, that material is making its way inside your body.

Most homes, schools and places of work use air fresheners to keep the area smelling clean. You probably pass by a few every day. There are multiple types: the ones you hang in your air, the ones you spray in your area, the ones we plug into our outlets, etc. But most air fresheners are full of harmful chemicals that you would never want inside your body.

Many of the labels of some air fresheners give warnings like “Deliberately inhaling the vapor may be harmful of fatal.” That’s on the label of something we specifically put in the air!

Check out the chart below that compares the ingredients you’ll find in the popular Fabreeze versus our Melody Air Freshener. Notice how we rely on simple, natural ingredients rather than all that chemical nonsense.


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