Ecology Publications & Forms
Keeping Your Home and Family Healthy: Reduce Your Exposure to Phthalates
Keeping Your Home and Family Healthy: Reduce Your Exposure to Phthalates (Number of pages: 4) (Publication Size: 3841KB)
|Washington State Department of Ecology
|Manufacturers use phthalates in consumer products to make plastics flexible, fragrances last longer, and to soften skin. You may be exposed to phthalates in cosmetics, personal care products, scented products, and soft vinyl wall coverings and shower liners. We provide steps you can take to reduce your exposure and learn more.
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