ALL OF OUR FRAGRANCES ARE PROP 65 AND EU COMPLIANT AND BY MEETING THESE STANDARDS, WE ARE MEETING THE CLEANEST NON-TOXIC FORMULAS IN THE WORLD.
• STONE CANDLES TAKES NO RESPONSIBILITIES ON ANY DAMAGE THAT MAY OCCUR WHEN BURN TESTING. PLEASE REFER TO ASTM PROTOCOL FOR PROPER TESTING GUIDE.
• CUSTOMERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR OBSERVING THE FLASH POINTS ON FRAGRANCES TO MAKE SURE THAT THEY DO NOT LIGHT A FIRE WHEN TESTING THE CANDLES.
• FRAGRANCE BELOW 170 FLASH POINT HAVE A HIGHER CHANCE OF CATCHING FIRE.
RECOMMENDED LEVELS FOR CANDLES:
THE STANDARD AND RECOMMENDED FRAGRANCE LOAD IS 8%. HOWEVER, THE MAXIMUM CAN BE UP TO 12.5%. CUSTOMERS MUST BE CAREFUL OF FLASH POINTS AND SHOULD REFERENCE TO SDS TO AVOID ISSUE.
INGREDIENTS / MATERIAL:
FRAGRANCE OILS, NATURAL FRAGRANCE AND ESSENTIAL OILS
The keyword here is healthy and safe. There is a common misconception that anything natural is also healthy. This isn’t always true, especially when we’re talking about fragrance used in burning candles. Not all-natural oils are healthy non-toxic oil, and not all products labeled natural are 100% natural. Keep in mind that even natural oils can cause irritation, photosensitivity, or trigger various reactions, and many times the synthetic version can offer a cleaner burn and can be more sensitive to the skin than the natural versions. This leads us to the reason that the best products are intentionally made to be safe, clean, and non-toxic which is much more important than simply being a natural product. As a consumer I want to be a non-toxic buyer who understands what is the safest least harmful ingredient.
In our everyday life we use all sorts of consumable products—from cosmetics and perfumes down to diffusers and scented candles. And all of these consumable products (and more) have one thing in common: fragrance! Fragrances have been a part of our life since 1370 and it still remains a major factor that affects consumers’ preferences when buying their products. After all, who would want a product they find stinky, right?
In this age, there are two types of fragrances that are dominating the market: essential oils and fragrance oils. We find these two in almost anything; in labels, in commercials, in the ingredients list and so much more. These two are so common that most of us mistake essential oils and fragrance oils as the same thing. But! What if tell you that essential oils and fragrance oils are like polar opposites? You might be thinking now: “Is fragrance oil the same as essential oil?”