Essential Oils Contained in Our Fragrances

Many of our proprietary fragrances contain essential oils, which can be beneficial in the limited doses that we use.  Below is a list of the most common essential oils that can cause reactions which may be used in our fragrances.  You may search our site to determine which of our fragrances contain these essential oils, and we encourage you to research the oils to determine if they may cause sensitivities for you.

If you or your loved ones (including furry. loved ones) have a sensitivity to essential oils please use this as a general guideline.  Note that our suppliers may change ingredients without our knowledge and this cannot in any way be considered an error-free list.  

Many essential oils, such as eucalyptus oil, tea tree oil, cinnamon, citrus, oregano, clove, pennyroyal, peppermint, pine, sweet birch, wintergreen, and ylang ylang can be toxic to pets. These can be toxic whether they are applied to the skin OR diffused in the air, depending on the dose.  

Use fragrances in areas where your pet cannot knock it over and potentially expose themselves to the oils and also ensure that your pet has a way to escape a room that they find to be fragranced too strongly.  Remember, their olfactory senses are many times more powerful than those of their human parents. The best way to avoid exposing your pets to essential oils is always to err on the side of caution and by “pet-proofing” your space.