Sudy Nim asked in Beauty & StyleMakeup · 1 decade ago

Are magazine inserts of cologne/perfume samples unhealthy if rubbed on skin?

I've heard it said or suggested as a joke that you could use those magazine inserts/samples as a quick way to get a fragrance on you but would the glue be hazardous or unhealthy? Thanks everyone.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    The glue is probably nontoxic in that an occaisional rubbing won't cause severe rashes in otherwise healthy individuals but I would not be surprised if they have some noxious stuff that you should not use on say a daily basis. So as long as you aren't going to the magizine stand a Wal*Mart for your daily fragrance needs it should not be an issue.

  • 3 years ago

    They make the fragrance samples in magazines greater-solid to easily remember to observe them. in spite of the shown fact that that's in basic terms particularly obnoxious! i'm sorry you're so gentle to it however. That sucks. i assume in basic terms rip out the samples and throw them away earlier examining the mag. they're particularly common to locate because of the fact the pages are thicker there. and that i comprehend the remnents of the smell will nevertheless be there, yet a minimum of that's no longer rather as solid.

  • 1 decade ago

    No. They are intended to be rubbed on the skin. If they were toxic, they would be banned.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    yes the oil ruins your skin and it can cause huge boils

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    no that's not true. perfume was meant to be put on skin

  • 1 decade ago

    clinique happy

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