Fragrances that Delight
Ingredients You Can Trust
Your home is the center of your family's life, and we know you want it to be fresh and inviting. Fragrance helps make it special. At SC Johnson, we’ve spent more than 50 years working with fragrances and finding the very best ways to use them in the home.
The perfect scent can boost your mood, energize your family, and even make your home seem cleaner! Want to know more? Check out our Fragrance 101 page to learn more about fragrances, how we make them, and the impact they can have.
SC Johnson’s Exclusive Fragrance Palette
Fragrances are both creative and complicated. Many companies develop their fragrances from a list of more than 3,000 fragrance molecules. You can click here to see the list published by the International Fragrance Association (IFRA), which shows fragrance ingredients used in consumer goods worldwide, all of which have passed IFRA’s safety standards.
At SC Johnson, we take the review of fragrance ingredients a step further. We evaluate them not only under the IFRA standards, but also under our own standards that may look at ingredients differently. We start with the IFRA list and then apply our own internal requirements.
These internal requirements may look at the same criteria as IFRA, such as carcinogicity, mutagenicity or reproductive toxicity, but at SC Johnson, we may take a stricter or different view of an ingredient. In some instances, we may also consider additional factors such as consumer confidence with ingredients or other scientific viewpoints.
The end result is SC Johnson's Exclusive Fragrance Palette, which meets both the IFRA standards and our own - and as a result is smaller and more exclusive than the IFRA list.
It is important to realize that our analysis of ingredients is an ongoing process. If new scientific information emerges, we will evaluate it, and where appropriate make changes to our fragrance palette.
Product and Safety Expertise
In addition to our own decades of fragrance expertise, SC Johnson is a member of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM), which has the most comprehensive database worldwide of safety evaluations for fragrance materials. It’s an industry organization, and it uses an independent expert panel.
Industry safety standards are maintained by IFRA, using data from RIFM. We require our fragrance suppliers to abide by IFRA’s Code of Practice and its standards, which take into account numerous factors including chemical composition, variety of use, volume of use, usage concentration and more. The IFRA standards currently restrict the use of more than 170 substances due to their chemical profile.