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Downy, also known as Lenor in Europe, Russia and Japan, is an American brand name of fabric softener produced by Procter & Gamble and sold in the United States. It entered the U.S. test market in August 1960 and went nationwide in December 1961. It was also sold in the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, South Korea, Egypt, Kenya and Latin America.

Part of a piece written by BY DARLENEGOESGREEN about the 3 Big Problems with Laundry Scent Boosters & Why You Need to STOP Using Them, in which Downy is mentioned as a example and the ingredients we have no idea are actually in the product and how it can affect our health, the health of the water supply or the environment as a whole.

Have you seen the commercials for Downy’s Unstopables In-Wash Scent Boosters? …A pretty young woman doing laundry in her brightly colored laundry room, boosting her boring laundry with scents that “just won’t stop!” Why Use Unstopables? For some reason every time I watch this commercial, all I can think is WHY? My mind curls up with the question: Why would anyone spend $6 to pour chemical fragrances into their washer and HOPE that it will stay in their clothes for up to 12 weeks? (AND, what the heck does “shimmer” smell like???) For me as a label reader and “seeker of all things toxin-free,” out of concern for our health and that of the environment, three BIG things jump out at me and they are, not coincidentally, the three “ingredients” listed on the Unstopables bottle…


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