Our scented sachets are made of a non-toxic blend of vermiculite and fragrance. Vermiculite is a naturally occurring mineral that is extracted from soil. We use it in our scented sachets because it is porous and absorbs our fragrance. Our fragrance formulation is proprietary. We adhere to strict safety standards set by the International Fragrance Association (IFRA), so you can be assured that our products are safe.
Vermiculite is a naturally occurring mineral that is extracted from soil.
Before closing in 1990, a mine in Libby, Montana produced most of the vermiculite used in building insulation and as a soil conditioner. Tragically, the mine was also a source of naturally occurring asbestos fibers. In 1999 the mine was identified as a US EPA Superfund site and continues to undergo remediation today. We do not use any vermiculate from this site.
All of the vermiculite in our products is mined in South Carolina. Our suppliers use stringent testing to identify contaminants such as asbestos. You can be assured that a consistent and safe supply of vermiculite is used in our scented sachets.
Our Sachets are safe to use in your home, car, and office as directed. Fragrance and essential oils, like any oil, can stain or discolor upholstery and porous surfaces like, wood and natural stone.
Additionally, fragrance and essential oils can interact with the materials used in some plastics, paints, and other surface coatings. The damage that may result from placing a sachet directly on such surfaces is an incompatibility. It is NOT a hazard or flaw of either material independently.
For example the fragrance oil will not damage the biodegradable paper envelope it comes in. If the same envelope was filled with water, it would eventually be destroyed. That doesn’t make the water hazardous or the envelope weak, they are simply incompatible with one another other.
We use a blend of natural and synthetic ingredients. Please keep in mind that just because a product uses all natural materials does not mean that it is safer or contains fewer allergens. All of our fragrance ingredients adhere to strict safety standards set by the International Fragrance Association (IFRA).
It is not feasible to formulate a home fragrance product as organic. It would make our products very expensive, it could deplete natural resources, and our products would not have the same signature scents that you know and love. We adhere to strict safety standards set by the International Fragrance Association (IFRA).
While we do not intentionally add any animal-derived ingredients to our products, we are not a certified vegan facility.
We do not test on animals here in our fragrance laboratory and do not hire any 3rd parties to do animal testing for us. We do not intentionally use animal based products, but we cannot make any claims about the testing process of the raw ingredients or other materials used to make our products.
You can be assured that all of our products are safe when used as directed. As with the use of any consumer product, specific medical questions or concerns you may have should be addressed to your medical provider.
Phthalates are a broad group of chemicals. We do not use any of the potentially hazardous phthalates regulated by the CPSC.
You can think of fragrance notes as the individual facets that combine to create the overall scent profile.
Top notes are the liveliest and most volatile components in a blend; it’s the top notes that often make up the initial impression of a fragrance.
The middle notes bridge gap between the top and base notes and are often referred to as the body of a scent. It’s the middle notes that are at the very heart of a fragrance.
Beneath the top and middle notes are the base notes. These consist of the longest lasting materials and make up the final impression of a fragrance.
Fragrance Families can be broken down into several main categories: Floral, Fresh & Clean, Fruity & Vine, Sweet & Spicy, Warm & Woody.
- Floral Fragrances provide the comforting aroma of freshly picked blossoms. Some absolute staples in this category include rose, jasmine, and lavender.
- Fresh & Clean Fragrances capture the airy essence of a breeze. Can be aldehydic or metallic in nature, and are typically used to describe water or clean laundry. Herbal fragrances provide the impression of freshly crushed foliage and capture the essence of leaves, grasses, and herbs.
- Fruit & Vine Fragrances can incorporate a broad range of familiar notes including juicy berries, tart citrus, tropical fruits, and classic notes like apple, grape, or pear… the possibilities here are endless.
- Sweet & Spicy Fragrances are sweet, vanilla, baked, nutty, and edible types. They may also contain a sophisticated blend of spices such as cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and clove.
- Warm & Woody Fragrances employ facets such as cedar, oak, pine, and sandalwood. Oriental warmth can also refer to animalic, amber, and musk notes.
The fragrance development process typically begins 24-36 months before a launch. During this time, fragrances are paneled among a select group of qualified consumers, tested for product stability, and reviewed for safety and compliance.
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