So...What Exactly Makes a Fragrance a “Clean Scent?”
There are five main “hazard groups” that we simply don't allow.
So...how can you learn about the safety of a fragrance if you’re not buying a CandleScience Clean Scent™?
Pictograms to Avoid:
Skull and Crossbones
The Skull and Crossbones pictogram is the one to be most concerned about. It indicates the presence of acute toxins that can be fatal.
The Health Hazard pictogram indicates the presence of an ingredient that may cause, or is suspected of causing, serious health effects.
Indicate ingredients that may cause corrosive damage to metals, skin, or eyes.
Indicates an ingredient that may cause irritation or allergic response in those allergic to the ingredient. These effects are temporary and not severe, representing a much lower risk than fragrances that carry the pictograms above.