Salted Caramel Fragrance Oil (Interim Supply)
Top Notes: Sea Salt,
Middle Notes: Creamy Caramel,
Base Notes: Vanilla Crème, Tonka Bean
Flash Point: 69ᵒC
Standard Blend: This fragrance oil is a standard formulation offering safe usage in:
- Candles up to 10%
- Room Spray to up 5%
- Diffusers up to 25%
- Soap to 1%
- Not suitable for Perfume or Cosmetic application.
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Standard Grade Fragrance Specifications
- Australian Made
- All premium fragrances are 100% concentrated, made with the standard ingredients; not diluted.
- All fragrances have been formulated to the standards using The International Fragrance Association (IFRA) code of practise.
- All fragrances are free from
- DBP & DEHP Phthalates
- PARAFFIN WAX
- PALM OIL
- All Fragrance sales are final. We do not accept any returns, refunds or exchanges on any fragrance products. We suggest that you test sample sizes before ordering larger quantities
- Shelf-life for fragrance ranges from 9 months to 1 year. But will last much longer if stored well in dark bottles in a cool, dry atmosphere away from sunlight. Don’t leave the lid off for long periods of time.
- Fragrances have a tendency to change slightly over time, a little like a red wine. This is usually directly linked to how it has been stored and in what type of environment. This means if you are using a fragrance that is 18 months old and then order a freshly compounded batch, it may smell a little different.
- We provide IFRA statements (safe usage information) for each of our fragrances. Before using our fragrance oils in a specific application, please review the associated IFRA sheet. IFRA sheets show the maximum amount of fragrance that is considered safe per application.
- The exact ingredients of fragrance oil are protected by trade laws. For labelling purposes, the INCI for fragrance oils is ‘fragrance’.
- Never use fragrance oils directly on your skin; they must be diluted in a product or solvent first.
- Avoid direct contact with skin & eyes. And do not ingest. Never consume any of our fragrances. In Case of Emergency – For advice, contact a doctor or the Australian Poisons Information Centre: 131 126.
- Keep fragrance out of reach of children and pets.
- Glassware Imports is not responsible for the products that you make with our supplies.
- A fragrance will not smell the same out of the bottle as it does in a finished product.
- Many citrus fragrances have a lower flash point so we suggest that you pour candles with citrus notes at the lowest possible temperature.
- Our fragrances are sold by volume not weight.
- All fragrance oils are packaged in PET plastic bottles.
- None of our fragrances are tested on animals
- Your own personal testing is must. Always test fragrance in all applications. We do not take responsibility for our test results differing from your test results. Glassware Imports is not responsible for any finished products made with our raw ingredients.
- Fragrances can discolour finished products. There are minimum 40+ ingredients used in fragrance manufacturing that may contribute to the discolouration of products. This is why your own testing is imperative.
- Use in ventilated areas away from ignition sources
- Further handling details via SDS available upon email request firstname.lastname@example.org
- Detailed IFRA statement available upon email request email@example.com or summary version above
What is the shelf life of fragrances?
Manufacturers will offer a 12 month shelf life but fragrances will be usable a lot longer if stored well in cool dark environments. Fragrances have a tendency to change slightly over time. This is usually directly linked to how it has been stored and in what type of environment. This means if you are using a fragrance that is 18 months old and then order a freshly compounded batch, it may smell a little different. Most large candle makers will always use freshly compounded fragrances in order to maintain a consistency with their products.
Will fragrances have any reaction in the containers?
Sometimes – it’s imperative you do your own testing, especially with containers that are coloured on the inside. Fragrances are made with many different ingredients and sometimes the quality of the ingredients, along with the age of the fragrance and how it’s been stored, can play a big role on whether or not it produces some kind of effect on the end product or container it’s in.
We have never seen any reactions to our jars when using our premium grade fragrance range. However we have seen a few reactions in jars/tin when other supplier fragrances have been used.
Are fragrance oils flammable?
Yes they are. The degree of how flammable is presented via the flash point of a fragrance. The lower the flash point, the more volatile the fragrance will be. Therefore sometimes if a candle with a low flashpoint fragrance is not burning very well, then you may been to reduce the fragrance load or reduce the heat source being the wick size.
Are fragrances toxic if ingested?
Yes they are. For advice, contact a doctor or the Australian Poisons Information Centre: 131 126
Can fragrances affect the colour of the wax?
Yes they can. Fragrances can discolour finished products. There are minimum 40+ ingredients used in fragrance manufacturing that may contribute to the discolouration of products. This is why your own testing is imperative.
Are the fragrances pure essential oils?
Not they are not. Fragrances are made by using both a combination of natural and synthetic (manmade) ingredients. The cost of 100% Natural fragrance will be somewhere in the vicinity of $800 per kilo or more. As a result, it’s not feasible to sell natural fragrances. Many of the ones you see listed on the internet, may not 100% natural fragrances. And if they are, they are likely to contain Palm Oil, which has it’s own global use issues due to deforestation and the effects this has on the natural habitants like the orangutang species.
Anything that is 100% natural will typically be quite volatile and therefore you will need to use less and your end products will not be as strong. Many 100% natural ingredients have higher levels of warnings associated with using them in combustion applications like candles.
Can I blend fragrances?
Yes you can blend fragrances, but we strongly suggest always test burning all new combinations.
Are your fragrances triple scented?
Yes they are. This relates to how a fragrance is formulated with top notes, middles note and base notes. Being triple scented does not mean adding 3 times the amount of fragrance.