Febreze Fabric Refresher

Febreze users are aware of the great performance they get when they use their range of pleasant fragrances, whether it is in the house, the car or with their laundry or household cleaning products. But are you aware of the science that goes into every bottle?

P&G perfumers make P&G the largest fragrance house in the world. They have developed air fresheners like Febreze over decades of innovations and challenges, ensuring that today consumers’ needs are met with safe, long-lasting pleasant fragrances.

But it is not just about adding great fragrances to your cleaning needs. Recent innovations with Febreze have been driven by the need for society to be more sustainable. For example:

  • Febreze Fabric Refresher bottles, for example, are 100% recyclable, in line with P&G’s long-term vision of zero waste going to landfill.
  • Febreze Air Effects uses a natural propellant with nitrogen which replace traditional aerosols using non-renewable hydrocarbon (fossil fuel based) propellant systems.
P&G’s sustainability commitments for the coming decade build on such great achievements.

Your questions will find their answers in Science-in-the-box. Questions like:
  • How are the fragrances identified?
  • Are air fresheners safe?
  • How does your nose work when you smell fragrances?
If you don’t find the answer to your question here, feel free to contact someone from our research team.

Read more about our brand , the science behind our air fresheners, their safety and their sustainability.


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