Scent Air: Reported to CA & NV Attorney Generals, CPSC for Deceptive Sales and Marketing by the NTEF

LAS VEGAS - Sept. 13, 2022 - PRLog -- The National Toxic Encephalopathy Foundation (NTEF) has obtained a copy of Scent Air's (SA) Safety Data Sheet (SDS), directly from their commercial customer, for their air freshener called 'Lemon Clean'.

NTEF suggests SA customers immediately request a copy of the related fragrance SDS information that they are using. It is important to verify their 'disclosed' information against the independent SDS/MSDS for chemical ingredients.

SA's SDS is contradicted by other independent SDS for their disclosed CAS numbers. The SA web site FAQ's section allows a customer to obtain a copy of the SDS. When a member of the general public and their commercial customer requested a copy. it has not be produced.

On August 31st, SA was sent notification that their web site and SDS were deceptive and requested copies of the testing they used to disguise the inherent health issues associated with a preponderance of their ingredients. SA's regulatory division has refused to acknowledge receipt of the request or provide said copies.

SA stated on their web site under FAQ-Safety:

"SA's scents do not contain components found to be carcinogenic per:

National Toxicology Department (NTP); International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC); and Occupational Safety and Health Association (OSHA)."

In fact, one of these three agencies (OSHA) does list a chemical component as possible 2B carcinogenic, along with this disclosure: "This chemical is considered hazardous by the 2012 OSHA Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.120)."

Under California's Prop 65, the chemical is listed as a carcinogenic on SA's SDS. When placing an order and using a California address, there is no notice to the consumer that there is a Prop 65 chemical ingredient in the product.

Utilizing the CAS numbers provided by SA, independent MSDS/SDS were obtained. The following health warnings were noticed, but a preponderance of them were not incorporated on SA's SDS.  Categories range from '1' to '4,' with '1' being the most harmful.

SA's web site makes fallacious assertions of 'Fragrance Safety' citing:

"SA fragrances do not contain any toxins, known carcinogens or respiratory allergens."

The deliberate use of the term 'allergens,' while neglecting the numerous irritants and sensitizers, contradicts claims of safety. (Cat=Category)

Skin irritants (Cat 2-H315); Skin Sensitizers (Cat 1, 1A, 1B-H317); Eye Damage/Irritants (Cat 1, 2A-H318, 2-H319); Reproductive Toxicity (Cat 2-H361); Aspiration Hazard/ASP Toxicity (C 1-H304); Mutagenic Effects and contains a known or suspected endocrine disruptor.

Specific Target Organ Toxicity (STOT) Single Exposure (Cat 3); STOT Repeated Exposure (Cat 1, H372); STOT Repeated Exposure (Cat 2 H373)

SA's SDS and the definitions for the categories referenced above can be found at:

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