Scent Marketing Fragrance Safety Standards
As a global organization, Scent Marketing knows our products touch the lives of countless consumers. Many of the world’s leading brands use our service. And our products ultimately reach millions of end consumers. So, we take our role as global corporate citizens very seriously.
Scent Marketing is dedicated to delivering products we feel comfortable using. Not only around ourselves but our families too. To reach that goal, we hold ourselves accountable to strict safety standards. We refuse to cut corners. From the materials we use to method of delivery, we pay close attention to the details to ensure safety at every level of production.
Scent Marketing fragrances do not contain any toxins, known carcinogens or respiratory allergens.
Plus, Scent Marketing meets or exceeds safety and regulatory requirements including:
- International Fragrance Association (IFRA) – Code of Practice
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
- Registered with the Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA)
- State of California’s Prop 65 per OEHHA
- California Air Resource Board (CARB)
- EU Reach Compliant
- Korea K-Reach Compliant
We’re committed to safety practices that ensure the health of this generation and the next. That’s our commitment to ourselves. And our commitment to you.
Scent Marketing takes a proactive approach to fragrance safety in 3 ways:
How Scent Marketing Ensures Fragrance Safety
Scent Marketing has always been proactive in the maintenance of our safety record and commitment to social responsibility.
We’ve taken a three-pronged approach to maintaining high safety standards through:
- Internal regulation
- External regulation
- Supply chain compliance
Scent Marketing takes pride in meeting, and more often exceeding, regulatory standards. To ensure we’re always in compliance, our in-house Fragrance Regulatory Team directly monitors the safety of each fragrance. They ensure all appropriate safety documentation is on reviewed and maintained at all times. They also directly support customer service for all inquiries about safety. This allows Scent Marketing customers to have easy access to Safety Data Sheets (SDS) or other safety documentation upon request.
We have high standards for ourselves. But it’s the regulatory bodies who help us understand how we can achieve those high standards of safety. Fragrances are among the most highly tested ingredients in the consumer product marketplace. For nearly fifty years the fragrance industry has led the charge on safety. Materials used by the fragrance industry have been evaluated by the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM). In fact, the RIFM safety program has been in place longer than the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
RIFM has partnered with the International Fragrance Association (IFRA) to establish usage standards for fragrance materials. They ensure that companies who are IFRA members comply with defined standards and put them into practice. Products can be tested at any time to verify compliance.
Scent Marketing is proud to be the only member of IFRA within the ambient scenting industry. Verification of membership for Scent Marketing can be found on the IFRA Fragrance Creators Association members page.
Here are just a few of the regulatory bodies Scent Marketing complies with:
- Member of the International Fragrance Association (IFRA)
- Registered with the EPA in accordance with the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)
- Comply with VOC guidelines set forth by the California Air Resources Board (CARB)
- Our fragrances do NOT contain any components found to be carcinogenic per the following Regulatory bodies:
- National Toxicology Department (NTP)2
- International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC)3
- Occupational Safety and Health Association (OSHA)4
Supply chain compliance
Scent Marketing sources our fragrances from trusted industry leaders. These fragrance companies are subject to the same regulations as Scent Marketing. We make it a priority to work exclusively with partners who maintain compliance with regulatory bodies. So, from fragrance creation, to the moment it leaves the Scent Marketing warehouse, you can rest assured that each level of the supply chain remains compliant with regulatory practices.