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    Allergic to Palmolive?
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    Aycelina posted:
    Hello. Every time I use Palmolive oxy with odor eliminator (w/ "spring purity" scent) on my dishes, it gives me a strong headache, strong nausea, dizziness, and affects my balance/coordination. If I walk into another room, I feel slightly better, but the effects last approximately an hour. Can anyone tell me what this is, or what is causing it? All other dish detergents seem to be fine with me. Thanks.
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    coughy16 responded:
    I have a sensitivity to scents which affects me the same way. I try to use as many scent free products as possible, you might try another soap for your dishes to see if you feel better.
     
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    Aycelina replied to coughy16's response:
    Thanks!


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