IFRA Standards Library

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TitleIFRA Standards LibraryAuthor(s)The International Fragrance AssociationVersion49th AmendmentYear of publication2020PublisherThe International Fragrance AssociationURLhttps://ifrafragrance.org/Cite this document asThe International Fragrance Association (2020). IFRA Standards Library. 49th Amendment. https://ifrafragrance.org/
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Photosensitizing aromatic plant extracts

Geert De VuystUpdated on 25 March 2021

Some aromatic extracts are photosensitizing when applied to the skin, followed by exposure to the sun (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 20, 27). Photosensitization means that the skin overreacts to sunlight, which can cause redness (erythema).

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