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Fragrance Notes


Lemon Peel, Clover, Ozone


Hydrangea, Lily, Lily of the Valley, Cherry Blossom


Powder, Light Musk, Amyris


Candle Poured in Double Manhattan 10 ounce Candle Jar 


Calla Lily fragrance oil is a fresh floral bouquet highlighting this exquisite flower that can symbolize magnificent beauty and rebirth. It opens with bright notes of clover, ozone, and lemon peel before giving way to a floral heart of hydrangea, lily, and cherry blossom. Powder, light musk, and amyris in the base add depth to this scent.


From our Manufacturer of Clean Scents:

"You may have noticed that we’ve been making some revisions to the CandleScience fragrance oil line over the past several years. You may already be in-the-know about our high standards for each and every fragrance we carry. Or you heard about our exclusion of cancer-causing ingredients that require a Proposition 65 warning in California, as well as similar ingredients not on the Prop 65 list. Maybe you saw that, as of summer 2019, we are 100% phthalate-free. 

But what you probably didn’t know is that each revision, each new safety standard, was a stepping stone to something larger. That “something larger” is CandleScience Clean Scents™.

So...What Exactly Makes a Fragrance a “Clean Scent?”

Our standards are rigorous, and they exclude many materials that are ubiquitous in other suppliers’ fragrance oils. You may already be familiar with our exclusion of phthalates, but we also exclude materials with similar health concerns, including those on California’s Prop 65 list. Materials known to be carcinogens in California aren’t any safer elsewhere! And if you’re a business outside of CA but selling handmade products online, your products will likely be bought within the state. With CandleScience Clean Scents, you don’t need to worry about Prop 65 labeling. More importantly, you don’t need to worry if these fragrances are safe for your home. 

The Catalyst

Historically, the fragrance industry has never been transparent about safety. Lack of disclosure from fragrance manufacturers regarding ingredients and the possible health risks of those ingredients was the norm. 

The landscape is quite different in 2020. From established indy brands to new hobbyists, fragrance consumers are doing their own research and becoming better informed about the products they make, sell, and enjoy in their homes. You expect accurate safety information from suppliers and accessible language about ingredients that don’t require a science degree to understand and translate to your customers. You expect products that give you peace of mind.

The industry has been slow to meet this expectation, but we saw an opportunity to take the lead in 2015. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, better known as OSHA, adopted and began enforcing labeling requirements from the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals, or GHS. This set of GHS requirements, now enforced by OSHA, requires the disclosure of potential hazards of a substance in a commercial facility and for purposes related to shipping. 

While not designed for fragrance safety specifically, this presented the opportunity to demand more information about the materials and ingredients that made up our fragrances. The information we discovered empowered our deep dive into the science behind fragrance, the materials within fragrance, and the effects those materials have on human health." 

Calla Lily 100 % Soy with non toxic wick and clean scented fragrance oils

also available in cube 10 oz
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