Aerosol sprays are used much less today than in the 90s. This is because of the growing negative reports on aerosol usage. In 1989 it was confirmed that the use of aerosol sprays was contributing to the hole in the ozone layer. At the time, aerosol sprays contained Chlorofluorocarbons, or CFCs, which have since been phased out, and are now illegal. There are also recent reports of mothers and their babies experiencing health problems because of their contact with aerosol sprays. This, combined with concern for the environment, has led many to decrease their use of aerosol sprays.
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