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If you are selling home fragrance, you must comply with EU legislations and have CLP compliant labelling.

The CLP Regulation (“Classification, Labelling and Packaging”) is a European Union legislation that standardises the warnings that have to be on products which contain chemical substances (essential and fragrance oils). It was decided that candles,wax melts etc fall within the CLP Regulations and it became law in June 2015.

Where can I find the CLP label on my Scentsy Wax Bar?

Scensy CLP
Scensy CLP

To find the CLP information on your Scentsy wax melt, simply peel the bottom right corner and lift up. Here you will find all the information you need. If you require this information prior to purchase please contact us. We are also currently working on updating all of our wax melt bars with this information in our online shop.

Scentsy CLP Information

All information correct as of 17th December, for any updates please contact us.

What is CLP - the long answer

The Classification, Labelling and Packaging (CLP) Regulation ((EC) No 1272/2008) is based on the United Nations’ Globally Harmonised System (GHS) and its purpose is to ensure a high level of protection of health and the environment, as well as the free movement of substances, mixtures and articles.

The CLP Regulation amended the Dangerous Substances Directive (67/548/EEC (DSD)), the Dangerous Preparations Directive (1999/45/EC (DPD)) and Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 (REACH), and since 1 June 2015, is the only legislation in force in the EU for classification and labelling of substances and mixtures.

CLP is legally binding across the Member States and directly applicable to all industrial sectors. It requires manufacturers, importers or downstream users of substances or mixtures to classify, label and package their hazardous chemicals appropriately before placing them on the market.

One of the main aims of CLP is to determine whether a substance or mixture displays properties that lead to a hazardous classification. In this context, classification is the starting point for hazard communication.

When relevant information (e.g. toxicological data) on a substance or mixture meets the classification criteria in CLP, the hazards of a substance or mixture are identified by assigning a certain hazard class and category. The hazard classes in CLP cover physical, health, environmental and additional hazards.

Once a substance or mixture is classified, the identified hazards must be communicated to other actors in the supply chain, including consumers. Hazard labelling allows the hazard classification, with labels and safety data sheets, to be communicated to the user of a substance or mixture, to alert them about the presence of a hazard and the need to manage the associated risks.

CLP sets detailed criteria for the labelling elements: pictograms, signal words and standard statements for hazard, prevention, response, storage and disposal, for every hazard class and category. It also sets general packaging standards to ensure the safe supply of hazardous substances and mixtures. In addition to the communication of hazards through labelling requirements, CLP is also the basis for many legislative

What are the ingredients in a Scentsy Wax Bar?

Scentsy Wax Bars are made from paraffin wax and a blend of synthetic and/or essential oils. Any allergen information is shown in the table above and this can also be found on the underside of your Scentsy wax bar label.

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