Product information and ethics

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  • We use vegetable waxes: soy for candles and snapbars, olive for tea lights and rapeseed for molded fondants and scoopies.

  • Our fragrances are vegan, cruelty free, and CMR-free, they all meet IFRA standards*

*IFRA (in English: International Fragrance Association) is an acronym which designates the International Perfume Association. It is an organization that represents the perfume industry internationally.
Founded in Geneva in 1973, IFRA is an international association with regional divisions (Europe/Asia & Pacific and America). IFRA has developed and implemented a Code of Practice which provides recommendations for good practice with the aim of ensuring that perfumes are safe for the consumer. The standards in force may limit or prohibit the use of certain perfumes, and the IFRA certificate allows the manufacturer of the product/perfume to comply with them.

  • the micas used in fondants are synthetic: created in the laboratory from natural minerals, they replicate the properties of natural mica but, unlike natural micas whose traceability guaranteeing the non-exploitation of children for its extraction is almost impossible, these micas synthetics are guaranteed cruelty free.

  • The clamshells used for snapbars are 100% recyclable and made from more than 80% recycled materials.

  • Cellophane and glassine packaging are made from vegetable starch, making them recyclable and compostable.




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  • We use plant waxes: soy for candles and snapbars, olive for the tea lights and rapeseed for the molded melts and scoopies.

  • Our fragrances are vegan, cruelty free, and CMR-free, they all meet IFRA standards*

*IFRA (International Fragrance Association) is an acronym which refers to the International Perfume Association. It is an organization that represents the perfume industry internationally.
Founded in Geneva in 1973, IFRA is an international association with regional divisions (Europe/Asia & Pacific and America). IFRA has developed and implemented a Code of Practice which provides recommendations for good practice with the aim of ensuring that perfumes are safe for the consumer. Current standards may limit or prohibit the use of certain perfumes, and the IFRA certificate allows the manufacturer of the product/perfume to comply with them.

  • The micas used in wax melts are synthetic: created in the laboratory from natural minerals, they replicate the properties of natural mica but, unlike natural micas whose traceability guaranteeing the non-exploitation of children for its extraction is almost impossible, these micas synthetics are guaranteed cruelty free.

  • The clamshells used for snapbars are 100% recyclable and made from more than 80% recycled materials.

  • Cellophane and glassine packaging are made from vegetable starch, making them recyclable and compostable.