Fleurarôme belongs to a national association that establishes a code of practice of business, coordinates the exchange of technical and safety information and put the emphasis on the quality of raw materials used. This national association is the CFMA (Canadian Fragrance Materials Association). This association is part of the International Fragrance Association (IFRA), which was created 30 years ago to address international issues in the perfume industry. IFRA has created the Code of Practice and has compiled a list of restricted materials, and liaising with scientists and dermatologists. IFRA offers a scientific committee and a regulatory committee to address issues on behalf of the entire industry. For more information, click here to visit the website of IFRA.
In addition, there is an independent research center, the RIFM (Research Institute for Fragrance Material) whose role is to assess the raw materials of perfume. RIFM has a dual role. It acts as a point of reference for the security data, and conducts its security testing program (health and environment) for matters of common interest to the industry. This independent panel designs studies, reviews and finally decided all the necessary restrictions on the use of ingredients used in perfumes. These guidelines are then sent to IFRA for the communication to the industry. For more information, click here to visit the IMFN website.
Fleurarôme complies seriously with the regulations and is committed to taking all its environmental responsibilities. Fleurarôme only purchases ingredients and compounds rigorously evaluated for toxicity and allergens, which respect the recommendations of the IFRA.