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The lady at the cubicle next to me wears a hand cream with a really strong perfume to it. She puts it on all the time. Iím sure itís a really great product and everything, but I donít really like product smells and perfumes. I get headaches, and itís just plain unpleasant to me. I donít want to tell her that sheís stinky or anything, but I just canít keep working with such a strong smell in the air. Can anyone suggest a really tactful way for me to ask her to use an unscented product?  
 

 

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