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Safety

Please keep perfume out of reach of children. Perfumes containing alcohol are flammable, keep away from heat or flame. If you have sensitive skin, please conduct a patch test on the inner wrist before using. If the area where the perfume was applied appears normal after 24 hours, you may continue using the perfume. If there is redness or irritation, discontinue use.

Because natural perfumes have a high essential oil content, there are a few things about essential oils that need to be understood:



Allergies/Irritation
Spice oils can be irritating on the skin. We dilute all spice oils but people with sensitive skin may have an allergic reaction.

Photo-sensitization
Citrus oils may be photo-sensitizing, meaning, if you wear a perfume containing citrus oils in the sun, your skin may become more sensitive to UV rays. It is not recommended to wear any perfume in strong sunlight. Apply perfume to pulse points or areas not in contact with direct sunlight.

Pregnancy
Pregnant women should consult with their health care practitioner prior to wearing perfumes which contain essential oils. Certain essential oils may have hormone-like effects on the body and it is best to avoid all contact with essential oils in the first trimester.



Aromatherapy is not intended to diagnose, prevent, cure or treat any condition or illness. Aromatherapy is not meant to replace normal treatment prescribed by a qualified practitioner. Always seek the advice of a medical professional before changing or discontinuing any prescribed treatment.