The World Most Iconic Perfume Chanel No. 5 in Danager: Yes, cause for alarm. The world’s most iconic Perfume could disappear, or perhaps change their known scent, because of a component that violates the new European Union regulations and that not only affects Chanel, but to many other fragrances.
In particular it is tree moss, a component with its use can cause allergies and that its restriction could cause panic in the fragrance industry, according to the British edition of Vogue.
And is that not only Chanel No. 5 which carries this component, but also have Miss Dior, Guerlain’s Shalimar and Angel by Thierry Mugler, but surely will be many more perfumes those bearing this essence.
“Chanel No. 5 has never hurt anyone,” says Sylvie Jourdet, spokesman for the French society of perfumes, “is the end of this perfume if this continues. Many more natural ingredients, the more risk there of allergies. Lemon, bergamot and jasmine contain allergens “.
Really this perfume is the best known and sold worldwide, and launched the first fragrance to the dressmaker, who crowned his signature at the top of the fashion world, making history since 1921, when the perfume was created.
Scientists who are willing to regulate the use of certain essences in fragrances, according to The Times, they want to create a list of 12 substances, including citrus, like lemon and tangerine oil, coumarin, found in the tonka beans, eugenol and one of the essential components of rose oil.
The European Commission intends to clarify that, for now, prohibit such fragrances, but will consult firms and consumer associations. Yet it seems that soon will end the long era of the iconic fragrance Chanel No. 5.