If your household cleaning products contain the ingredient “fragrance,” then there is a pretty good chance it contains phthalates. This is often found in things such as air fresheners, dish soaps, and can even be in toilet paper. This toxic ingredient has been linked to endocrine (hormone) disruption and can get into your body through inhalation or skin absorption. Keep in mind that because proprietary laws give companies the freedom to not disclose what is in their scents, this might not be on the label. But if it is scented, chances are it is in there.