[REDACTED] in Las Vegas, used Scent Air’s ‘Lemon Clean’ air freshener in their HVAC system. The introduction of this product into the entire premises engulfs the public with chemical ingredients that Scent Air failed to disclose to the public when they promote this on their website.
Scent Air’s MSDS contradicts what their e-commerce store and website state. They failed to warn the public of Category 1 to 2B skin irritants/sensitizers, [category 1 is most harmful out of a 4 rating scale], claimed that the product had no respiratory allergens, but does have respiratory irritants. Deceptive to convince the public that its ‘safe’.
Claimed not to have any carcinogens in it [according to website] yet, on their MSDS it lists an ingredient as a carcinogen according to CA Prop 65, also claimed no carcinogen according to OSHS, IARC, National Toxicology Program which these federal agencies are noted on other MSDS.
Scent Air’s MSDS doesn’t state what other independent MSDS for the chemical make up of their product ( based on Scent Air’s disclose of the CAS No., for each chemical) such as: known/suspected endocrine disruptor, reproductive toxicity, mutagenic effects, major eye damage.
Its been three weeks and vision hasn’t abated.
Website offers the ability to obtain a copy of their MSDS, a member of the general public requested one and one of Scent Air’s client requested and they haven’t provided them.
On August 31st, a Research Physician requested proof of safety and Scent AIr has failed to respond to said request.
They want the money but not wanting to prove that their product is safe as they assert on their e-commerce store.