Scent Air at Meadowhall

A human’s strongest sense is the sense of smell. In fact, scent is the closest human sense tied to memory. Greater than our sense of sight or sound, scent can evoke warm memories, relax the body and calm the brain. Controlled use of scent creates a desirable and inviting atmosphere.

Quality and Safety
All components used in ScentAir fragrances are registered with the Environmental Protection Agency in accordance with the requirements of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). The components have been determined not to contain any carcinogenic materials defined by the National Toxicology Program (NTP), the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) and the Occupational Safety and Health Association (OSHA). Fragrances are also in compliance with the California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, commonly known as the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) Proposition 65. We attest that ScentAir fragrances do not contain any Phthalates, materials derived from Animal or substances identified as a contributor to ozone depletion. Fragrances comply with the restrictions specified by the OSHA Z-List for Air Contaminants and the Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) regulations set forth by the California Air Resources Board (CARB).
Safety Certificate
OSHA Certificate
IFRA UK Certificate
CARB Certificate

Fragrance Sensitivity & Allergies
Safety has always been of the highest priority for ScentAir—safety for our associates, our clients’ staff, and our clients’ customers is at the forefront of everything that we do in commercial fragrancing. While there is no definitive scientific evidence, clinical or otherwise, to prove that fragrance materials cause asthma, nasal congestion, sneezing or runny nose, there are individuals who may exhibit a higher sensitivity to fragrance than the average person. In fact, various respiratory symptoms can be triggered by common exposure to such things as cold air, dry air or other aromas—both natural and man-made.

With respect to allergies, this term is often used in a general sense even though reactions to fragrances that are true allergic reactions are rare. So while a person may have a sensitivity to a particular fragrance or one of its ingredients, it does not mean the person has an allergy. A personal sensitivity to fragrance is often much less severe than an allergic reaction. Even with over 100,000 deployments across the globe and nearly 7 billion scent impressions delivered annually (individual exposures to our fragrances) in 109 countries, the number of fragrance sensitivities reported to us is incredibly low and we have never been presented with clinical evidence of a true allergic reaction to any of the fragrances in our library.