Is there a nice way to post a 'no perfumes' sign?

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Question: I work in at a college and have a situation: One of my co-workers is very sensitive to smells (perfumes, colognes, etc.) and is often relocated to other workspaces to avoid headaches or becoming nauseous.

Her supervisor would like to put some type of sign around the area, notifying people that the area is fragrance-free. This will be posted inside the office (for other co-workers who wear perfumes to back off a little), as well as outside the office (for students/visitors who visit at the window).

What’s a nice way of wording a simple sign, without offending anyone?

Thanks!  -- Tami


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I found the following online:

[business name] notices announcing Board meetings will include the statement that: "Persons attending Board meetings are requested to refrain from using perfume, cologne, and other fragrances for the comfort of other participant...(register to read more)

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Kathleen April 13, 2011 at 11:47 am

When I come into work, I expect my employer to provide me with a safe environment. Man has made chemicals that the body cannot adapt to. As some of you might think, we that are highly sensitive to chemicals are not a small minority; in fact, the number is quite significant. I suggest doing some reading before you write any negative remarks about your right to wear harmful chemicals. My hopes are that someone isn’t affected down the road by what man has made. Imagine your infant dying from lack of oxygen caused from respiratory difficulties stemmed from someone who has the right to marinate themselves in poison.

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