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Hair Dresser Opens Scent-Free Salon

Saturday 21 October 2017

 

From Canadian news outlet the Daily Herald-Tribune:

 

Bonnie Frostad
Bonnie Frostad, pictured Thursday in Grande Prairie,
has opened her own backyard hair salon free of fragrances
and potentially irritating chemicals.
 

Hair dresser opens scent-free salon

By Kevin Hampson
Thursday October 19, 2017
© 2017 Daily Herald Tribune. All rights reserved.

A hairdresser has opened her own backyard hair salon free of fragrances and potentially irritating chemicals.

Bonnie Frostad worked more than a dozen years as a hairdresser, but the chemicals from all the hairsprays, shampoos, body sprays, perms and colouring used in salons eventually made her sick. Her new business, Bonnie Sue’s Cut and Barber Shop, has a scent-free policy and she sells fragrance-free hypoallergenic shampoos. She set up the salon at her property on 9926-83 Ave, just west of the Patterson Village shopping area.

Frostad said she’s heard from a lot of other people who also have fragrance sensitivities or respiratory issues. What’s more, she added, some people who are bothered by beauty products don’t recognize that those products are the cause.

 

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