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The fragrance industry has published below the list of fragrance ingredients used in consumer goods by their customers worldwide. This proactive initiative will continue to respond to consumers’ needs for more information about the products they use. 

To support our drive for increased transparency, IFRA has published an alphabetized list of fragrance ingredients used by IFRA affiliated members around the world. This list represents the industry’s palette of materials from which fragrances are formulated. We believe releasing information on our materials will help us in our efforts to communicate about the industry’s extensive safety program more comprehensively. 

IFRA’s Safety Program establishes safe use for fragrance materials. The IFRA Code of Practice and the IFRA Standards are based on risk assessments and may prohibit or restrict the use of fragrance materials in consumer goods if there is concern for human health or the environment. The Code of Practice and the Standards must be adhered to by all IFRA affiliated member companies. Adherence is enforced through the IFRA Compliance Program. IFRA Standards currently apply to 191 materials on this list. The list is not a positive list. The responsibility for the safety of any fragrance material put on the market rests with the company supplying the material.

The list of fragrance ingredients was generated from the IFRA 2011 Use Survey. This survey is carried out on a regular basis among IFRA affiliated member companies representing approximately 90% of the world’s production volume of fragrances. The list will be updated according to future results of the IFRA Use Survey. The ingredients on the list, both natural and synthetic, are listed alphabetically by their chemical name and their Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) number. 

This initiative enhances the transparency of the North American communication initiative where manufacturers of cleaning products, air care products, automotive care products, polishes and floor maintenance products have voluntarily disclosed ingredients in these products on January 1, 2010. The initiative is led by the Canadian Consumer Specialty Products Association (CCSPA), and in the United States by the Consumer Specialty Products Association (CSPA) and the American Cleaning Association 

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