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Avocado Oil


100% pure avocado oil


Regular Price: $14.99

Special Price $7.49


Not only are avocados healthy to eat, they’re also wonderful for your skin. To experience their benefits, we source the finest fruits from Mexico and California, then use them to create a natural oil that’s as rich as it is soothing. High in vitamin E and essential fatty acids, our avocado carrier oil is gentle enough for even the most sensitive skin. Combine it with your favorite essential oil and apply topically, or use it to create your own DIY products for bath and body use.

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Regular Price: $14.99

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I just purchased an ellia diffuser from bliss yoga spa in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and I am wondering about a California warning label that states that there are cancer causing ingredients in the unit. What specifically does this mean? please clarify.Thx

Asked by: Lee R
Proposition 65, also known as the “Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986,” is a California law that requires warnings to be placed on any product that contains or may contain one of more than 900 chemicals designated by the State, even if only in extremely low, trace amounts, and even if they do not make the product unsafe. A Proposition 65 warning label does not mean that the product poses any danger to the consumer. Proposition 65 warnings are all over California, in restaurants, dentist’s offices, grocery stores, parking lots and on products such as makeup and jewelry. HoMedics products are constructed of ordinary materials, such as plastic, cloth, paper and metal. While we believe our products are safe when used as designed and pose no health risks, we provide the warning to avoid costly and frivolous lawsuits. Proposition 65 imposes large penalties, enforceable through civil litigation, for failing to provide a warning unless the company can prove that the presence of a listed chemical presents “no significant risk,” which is defined in a way that renders definitive proof difficult, costly, and uncertain. Companies are often faced with the expense of having to defend civil litigation merely due to the presence of a listed chemical in a product without a warning, regardless of whether it presents any actual risk or results in exposure levels sufficient to trigger a warning requirement. As such, HoMedics, as well as most other companies, have elected to include this warning to ensure compliance with Proposition 65. If you want to learn more about California’s Proposition 65 and how it is hurting businesses and consumers, visit the following websites:
Answered by: Consumer Relations
Date published: 2018-12-20
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