Here is some important information and questions and answers for CLP
Is CLP a law?
Yes. On 1st June 2015 the CLP regulation came into affect. Not all industries fall under the CLP umbrella. But home fragrance is one of them that does.
What does it mean in laymans terms?
CLP is required to be present on all products which are classed as a 'mixture' whereby any chemicals (when used over a certain %) are used in the final product may cause an allergic reaction or affect the environment in some way.
How will i know if i am allergic to a fragrance? And does that make you responsible if i have a reaction?
Much like any allergy it may present itself in a number of ways. I am not a trained medical professional so i cannot advise on what you may experience if you are allergic to a fragrance. I provide CLP on all products aswell as here on the website. It is your responsibility to ensure you have read the information thoroughly and the choice to use or not use a product/scent lies with you. I cannot be held accountable if you have an allergic reaction as i have fulfilled my legal duties in providing you will all the relevant information that you need both prior and post ordering.
What do i do if i or someone else has a severe reaction?
Follow the advice on the CLP label and in the rare event that a severe reaction is presenting itself then i highly recommend seeking medical attention immediately. It is also highly advisable to contact me to get a copy of the SDS (Safety data sheet) emailed over to you so you can pass on the more detailed scent information and breakdown to medical professionals to help them deal with the issue swiftly. If you prefer to be prepared for such an instance then contact me as soon as you have ordered your products, asking me for SDS for all the scents in your order. That way you already have the information at hand if you need it.