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8oz. PINK SUGAR TYPE

8oz. PINK SUGAR TYPE

Regular price $12.95 Sale

 
 

DESCRIPTION: Cotton candy, lemon drops, caramel and raspberry jam on a dry down of musks. 

 

  • Flashpoint  >200

 

***FRAGRANCE OILS CAN NOT BE COMBINED WITH WAX ORDERS. PLEASE ORDER SEPARATE TO AVOID ANY ISSUES***

 

FRAGRANCE OIL IS SOLD BY WEIGHT NOT VOLUME  

 

It is the responsibility of the customer to ensure the safety 

of the finished product containing this fragrance by 

conducting all necessary tests.

 

This is to confirm that the subject fragrance is composed of aroma chemicals, natural essential oils and other functional components in compliance with the most recent guidelines published by I.F.R.A. (International Fragrance Association). 48th amendment published on 06/10/15. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments from RIFM (Research Institute of Fragrance Materials)

 

Name: PINK SUGAR TYPE

 

Application

Level / Limit

Application

Level / Limit

Catagory 1:

0%

Catagory 7:

0.09%

Catagory 2:

0.09%

Catagory 8:

0.09%

Catagory 3:

0.09%

Catagory 9:

73.53%

Catagory 4:

0.09%

Catagory 10:

36.76%

Catagory 5:

0.09%

Catagory 11:

100%

Catagory 6:

0%

 

 

 

1 Toys, Lip products of all types (solid and liquid lipsticks, balms, clear or colored, etc . . .

2 Deodorant and antiperspirant products of all types (sprays, roll-on, stick, under-arm and body, etc . .

3 Hydroalcoholic products (EdT and fine fragrance range) applied to recently shaved skin (3A and 3B), Eye products of all types including eye cream, men's facial creams and balms (3C), and tampons (3D)

4 Hydroalcoholic products (including scent strips ) (EdT and fine fragrance range) applied to unshaved skin, ingredients of perfume kits, hair styling aids and hair sprays, hair deodorants, body creams, foot care products,

5 Women's facial creams, facial make-up (excluding eye cream), facial masks, hand cream, wipes are refreshing tissues for face, neck, body, hands

6 Mouthwash and toothpaste

7 Intimate wipes, baby wipes, insect repellent intended to be applied directly to the skin

8 Make-up removers of all types (not including face cleansers), hair styling aids non-spray of all types (mousse, gels, leave-in conditioners, etc), nail care, all powders and talcs including baby powders and talcs

9 Liquid and bar soap, depilatory, rinse-off conditioners, shampoos of all types including baby, facial cleansers, shaving creams, body washes, shower gels of all types, feminine hygiene pads and liners, other aerosols including air fresheners

10 Hand and machine wash laundry detergents of all types including bleaches, other household cleaning products, dry cleaning kits, fabric softeners, hard surface cleaners of all types, pet shampoos, diapers, toilet seat wipes

11 All non-skin contact including air fresheners of all types (excluding aerosols), toilet blocks, incense, insecticides excluding aerosols, non-toy plastic articles, candles, fuels, paints, floor wax, all incidental skin contact, dish wash detergent, fabric

 

 

How To Use:

  Cut or break off around 1 ounce of wax, Put it in a eletric or T-Light warmer. We recommend a hotter warmer for example a Glade 20-watt warmer (There new ones are now 13 and do not work with our wax) or a Mainstay electric warmer sold at Wal-Mart works great. A few others that I have been total work good is Candle-Aire warmers (Which I am not a fan of but do use from time to time), A few Scentsy & Scentsational warmers have also been known to work. If you use a bulb I was told a 35 to 40 watt bulbs but unfortunately I have never used them so I can't give you my experience on them. Our wax is made of Soy and vegetable Para