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Peppermint MSDS

COMPOSITION/INGREDIENTS INFORMATION
DEFINITION:
the volatile oil obtained by steam distillation of the Mentha arvensis L, followed by (partial) demontholisation by refrigeration (and sometimes fractional distillation) to produce a stable non crystallising oil at normal temperatures

PHYSICAL STATE: oil
CAS NUMBER: 68917-18-0

IFRA: not restricted
INCI: Mentha arvensis
EINECS NUMBER: 3301.25
STATUS: natural
ADDITIVES: none
APPLICATION: aromatherapy, skin care etc.

HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION
Xn, harmful. Observe good housekeeping procedures.

FIRST AID MEASURES
INHALATION: remove to fresh air and seek medical advice
EYE CONTACT: flush immediately with plenty of cold water for at least 15 minutes and contact doctor if symptoms persist
SKIN CONTACT: wash with soap and water. If irritation persists seek
medical help

INGESTION: rinse mouth with water. Seek medical advice immediately

FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES
EXTINGUISHING MEDIA: water, mist, carbon dioxide, foam or dry powder
extinguishers only. Keep away from all sources of ignition

PROTECTIVE CLOTHING: fire fighters should wear protective clothing and
approved respirator

HAZARDS: avoid inhalation of fumes

ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS: avoid inhalation and direct contact with skin and
eyes. Use individual protective equipment (safety glasses, waterproof
boots, suitable protective clothing) in case of major spillage

SPILLAGE: remove ignition sources. Provide adequate ventilation. Avoid excessive inhalation of vapours. Gross spillage should be contained immediately by use of sand or inert powder and disposed of according to local regulations.
ENVIRONMENT PRECAUTION: keep away from drains, soil, surface and groundwater

HANDLING & STORAGE
HANDLING: apply good manufacturing practice and industrial hygiene practices.
Observe good personal hygiene and do not eat, drink or smoke whilst handling
STORAGE: store in tightly closed container in a cool, dry and ventilated area away from heat sources and protected light. Keep air contact to a minimum. Avoid plastic and uncoated metal containers
FIRE PROTECTION: keep away from ignition sources and naked flames

EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: avoid breathing concentrated product vapour VENTILATION: ensure good ventilation of working area
SKIN PROTECTION: avoid skin contact. Use chemically resistant gloves if required

EYE PROTECTION: use safety glasses

PHYSICAL & CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
ODOUR: characteristic of peppermint
COLOUR: colourless to a pale yellow mobile liquid
SPECIFIC GRAVITY: @ 20oC: 0.875-0.912
REFRACTIVE INDEX: @ 20oC: 1.450-1.470
FLASH POINT: 43-53 oC

STABILITY & REACTIVITY
REACTIVITY: presents no significant reactivity hazard by itself or in contact with water. Avoid contact with strong acids, alkali or oxidising agents
DECOMPOSITION: carbon monoxide and unidentified organic compounds may be formed during combustion

TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Not available

ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
BIODEGRADABILITY: readily biodegradable

DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
Avoid excessive disposal to drainage system and into the environment. Seek
expert advice. Always observe specific local regulations

TRANSPORT REGULATIONS
No specific restrictions as not classified as hazardous

REGULATORY INFORMATION ACCORDING TO DIRECTIVE 88/379/EEC Classification packaging/labelling (directive 1999/45/EC
Xn, Harmful
R22 harmful if swallowed
S20 not eating or drinking while at work. Other information Cosmetic
Directive 7th Amendment: restrictions may apply. A source of Limonene and Linalool,
listed as sensitisers. Check maximum usage for skin care products

OTHER INFORMATION
Shelf life 36 months maximum

PACKAGING
Glass, lacquer lined steel/tin, aluminium and F/HDPE PET PLASTIC

ALLERGENS
NAME                          %

Limonene                   73.0
Linalool                        0.3

Usage in finished leave on products: 0.001%
U
sage in finished rinse off products: 0.01%

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Grapefruit MSDS

  1. Identification:

Supplier – Scents-ible Solutions

CAS number: 8016 – 20 – 4.

EINECS CAS number: 90045-43-5

EEC Number: 289-904-6

  1. Composition:

Main components: Limonene, ß-pinene.

Additives (e.g. carriers, preservatives, antioxidants): Nil.

  1. Potential Health Hazards:

Inhalation: None identified.

Skin: Concentrated liquid and vapours irritating to skin by prolonged exposure.

Eyes: Irritating to eyes with possible damage.

Ingestion: Harmful if swallowed.

  1. First aid:

Inhalation: If discomfort is felt, remove person to a well ventilated area with plenty of fresh

air.

Skin: Remove contaminated clothing. Wash affected area with plenty of soap and water.

Eyes: Flush immediately with plenty of cool water for 10 to 20 minutes. Seek medical advice

from a Medical Doctor.

Ingestion: Seek immediate medical care.

  1. In case of fire:

Extinguishing Media: Foam, Carbon dioxide.

Do not use: Water.

Special precautions: Wear breathing apparatus as toxic vapours may be released during fire.

  1. Spill and Leak Procedure:

Individual precautions: Eliminate sources of ignition. Keep area well ventilated and isolate

the spill.

Environmental protection: Prevent the liquid from entering the drains and sewers.

Cleaning methods: Soak up the spill using inert absorbents. For large spills use pumps.

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Orange MSDS

  1. PRODUCT NAME AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

Product Use: Personal Care Formulation

Supplier – Scents-ible Solutions

  1. COMPOSITION/INGREDIENT INFORMATION

Ingredients:

Cold Pressed Orange Peel Oil 100%

Hazardous Components: Essential oil and derivatives

CAS #: 8008-57-9, 8028-48-6

FEMA #: 2825

  1. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

Routes of Entry

Eye Contact: Irritation will occur

Skin Contact: May cause irritation upon prolonged exposure

Inhalation: Inhalation may cause irritation

Ingestion: Ingestion in large doses may cause human death

  1. FIRST AID MEASURES

Eyes: Flush with plenty of water or eye wash solution for 15 minutes.

Get medical attention if irritation persists.

Skin: Remove contaminated clothing. Wash with soap and flush with

plenty of water. Seek medical attention if irritation persists.

Ingestion: Administer water or milk to dilute. Seek medical attention

immediately or call a poison control center.

Inhalation: Avoid gross inhalation of fumes. Remove to fresh air and seek

medical attention if needed.

  1. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES

Flash Point (Method Used): >46˚C Close Cup

Extinguishing Media: Dry Chemical, Carbon Dioxide, Foam

Special Firefighting Procedures:

Fire fighters should wear positive pressure self-contained

breathing apparatus. Cool containers exposed to flame with

water. Spray extinguishing media directly into base of fire.

Unusual Fire & Explosion Hazards: Not established

Page 1 of 4Hazardous Decomposition Materials: None

  1. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES (STEPS FOR SPILLS)

Personal Protection:

Avoid ingestion

Follow good industrial practice as to housekeeping, personal

hygiene and avoidance of prolonged or repeated contact with

the skin or eyes.

Wear eye protection, gloves and aprons. Ventilate area well.

Methods for Cleaning Up:

Eliminate all sources of ignition

Ventilate area

Remove individuals without respiratory protection

Spray material with water to prevent dusting

Prevent liquid from entering sewers

Small spills can be wiped up with paper rags (place in closed

metal waste container)

Large spills can be absorbed onto non-flammable absorbent.

Wash area with soap and water.

Eliminate all sources of ignition

Ventilate area

Remove individuals without respiratory protection

Spray material with water to prevent dusting

Prevent liquid from entering sewers

Small spills can be wiped up with paper rags (place in closed

metal waste container)

Large spills can be absorbed onto non-flammable absorbent.

Wash area with soap and water.

Eliminate all sources of ignition

Ventilate area

Remove individuals without respiratory protection

Spray material with water to prevent dusting

Prevent liquid from entering sewers

Small spills can be wiped up with paper rags (place in closed

metal waste container)

Large spills can be absorbed onto non-flammable absorbent.

Wash area with soap and water.

Eliminate all sources of ignition

Ventilate area

Remove individuals without respiratory protection

Spray material with water to prevent dusting

Prevent liquid from entering sewers

Small spills can be wiped up with paper rags (place in closed

metal waste container)

Large spills can be absorbed onto non-flammable absorbent.

Wash area with soap and water.

  1. HANDLING AND STORAGE

Handling

Safe Handling:

Avoid ingestion

Follow good industrial practice as to housekeeping, personal

hygiene and avoidance of prolonged or repeated contact with

the skin or eyes.

Wear eye protection, gloves and aprons. Ventilate area well.

Storage

Requirements for Storage Areas and

Containers:

Store in an area that is cool, dry, and well-ventilated. Do not

expose to temperatures over 35 degrees C.

  1. EXPOSURE CONTROL/PERSONAL PROTECTION

Threshold Limit Value: Not established

OSHA Permissible Limit: Not established

Work Practice Controls:

Personal hygiene is an important work practice exposure

control measure and the following general measures should be

taken when working with or handling this material:

(1) Do not store, use, and/or consume foods, beverages,

tobacco products, or cosmetics in areas where this material is

stored.

(2) Wash hands and face carefully before eating, drinking,

using tobacco, applying cosmetics, or using the toilet.

(3) Wash exposed skin promptly to remove accidental splashes

or contact with this material.

Personal hygiene is an important work practice exposure

control measure and the following general measures should be

taken when working with or handling this material:

(1) Do not store, use, and/or consume foods, beverages,

tobacco products, or cosmetics in areas where this material is

stored.

(2) Wash hands and face carefully before eating, drinking,

using tobacco, applying cosmetics, or using the toilet.

(3) Wash exposed skin promptly to remove accidental splashes

or contact with this material.

Personal hygiene is an important work practice exposure

control measure and the following general measures should be

taken when working with or handling this material:

(1) Do not store, use, and/or consume foods, beverages,

tobacco products, or cosmetics in areas where this material is

stored.

(2) Wash hands and face carefully before eating, drinking,

using tobacco, applying cosmetics, or using the toilet.

(3) Wash exposed skin promptly to remove accidental splashes

or contact with this material.

Personal hygiene is an important work practice exposure

control measure and the following general measures should be

taken when working with or handling this material:

(1) Do not store, use, and/or consume foods, beverages,

tobacco products, or cosmetics in areas where this material is

stored.

(2) Wash hands and face carefully before eating, drinking,

using tobacco, applying cosmetics, or using the toilet.

(3) Wash exposed skin promptly to remove accidental splashes

or contact with this material.

Respiratory: Avoid casual breathing of vapors

Ventilation: Local, mechanical exhaust in recommended

Eye: OSHA approved safety glasses

Skin: Wear chemical resistant gloves and clothing to avoid skin

contact

  1. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Physical State: Liquid, Oil

Color: Intense yellow to deep orange

Page 2 of 4Odor: Characteristic of orange peel

Vapor Pressure (mm Hg.): Not available

Flash Point: > 46˚C/115˚F (Tag Closed Cup)

Boiling Point: Not available

Melting Point: Not available

Specific Gravity (@20˚C): 0.8450-0.8490

Refractive Index @ 20˚C: 1.4720 to 1.4740

Solubility in Water: Insoluble

  1. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

Stability: This material is stable under normal conditions

Reactivity:

Material is not pyrophoric, does not react with water, Does not

undergo explosive decomposition, is not an oxygen donor,

material is shock stable. Will not undergo hazardous exothermic

polymerization.

Incompatibility (Materials to Avoid): Avoid contact with strong oxidizing agents and avoid hot work

and sources of ignition on or near empty containers.

Conditions to Avoid: Avoid contact with sparks, flame and heat.

Hazardous Decomposition or

Byproducts:

CO, CO2, smoke and unidentified organic compounds may be

formed during combustion.

Hazardous Polymerization: Will Not Occur

  1. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

CAUTION: Liquid may be irritating to eyes and skin.

ACGIH TLV: None established

OSHA PEL: None established

Carcinogenicity: NTP Monograph: None established

IARC Monograph: None established

Acute Toxicity Data:

Oral LD50: None established

Dermal LD50: None established

Inhalation LC50: None established

Health Hazards (Acute & Chronic):

Ingestion of large quantities: None established

Inhalation: None established

Skin Contact: Liquid may be irritating

Eye Contact: Liquid may be irritating

Note: The above effects are based on evaluation of individual

components, the relevancy to the mixture as a whole or to

humans is unknown. Handling of this fragrance that results in

inhalation of fumes, may cause severe adverse health effects.

Ingestion of large quantities: None established

Inhalation: None established

Skin Contact: Liquid may be irritating

Eye Contact: Liquid may be irritating

Note: The above effects are based on evaluation of individual

components, the relevancy to the mixture as a whole or to

humans is unknown. Handling of this fragrance that results in

inhalation of fumes, may cause severe adverse health effects.

Ingestion of large quantities: None established

Inhalation: None established

Skin Contact: Liquid may be irritating

Eye Contact: Liquid may be irritating

Note: The above effects are based on evaluation of individual

components, the relevancy to the mixture as a whole or to

humans is unknown. Handling of this fragrance that results in

inhalation of fumes, may cause severe adverse health effects.

Ingestion of large quantities: None established

Inhalation: None established

Skin Contact: Liquid may be irritating

Eye Contact: Liquid may be irritating

Note: The above effects are based on evaluation of individual

components, the relevancy to the mixture as a whole or to

humans is unknown. Handling of this fragrance that results in

inhalation of fumes, may cause severe adverse health effects.

  1. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

No information

  1. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

Waste Disposal Methods: Dispose of according to local, state and federal regulations.

  1. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

Proper Shipping Name: Terpene Hydrocarbons, N.O.S. (Terpenes)

UN#: 2319

Page 3 of 4UN Package Group: III

ERG#: 128

Air/Steamer Transport Information:

Class

Air: 3

Steamer: 3

Required Labels: Flammable Liquid

HMIS: Health: 1 Flammability: 2 Reactivity: 0 Personal Protection: B

  1. REGULATORY INFORMATION

R-Phase: 10-38-43-50/53-65

S-Phase: 24-37-61-62

  1. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

This information is provided for documentation purposes only.

This product is not considered hazardous under normal conditions of use

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Lemon MSDS

COMPOSITION/INGREDIENTS INFORMATION
DEFINITION: the volatile oil obtained by expression of lemon peel
PHYSICAL STATE: oil
CAS NUMBER: 8008-56-8
H-No: 3301.33
CoE No: 257
FEMA: 2625
IFRA: restricted
FDA: 182.20
INCI: Citrus limon
STARTUS: natural
ADDITIVES: none
APPLICATION: aromatherapy, skin care etc.
EINECS No: 284-515-8
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Italy

HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION
Observe good housekeeping procedures.
R10 flammable liquid

FIRST AID MEASURES
INHALATION: remove to fresh air and seek medical advice
EYE CONTACT: flush immediately with plenty of cold water for at least 15 minutes and contact doctor if symptoms persist
SKIN CONTACT: wash with soap and water. If irritation persists seek medical help
INGESTION: rinse mouth with water. Seek medical advice immediately

FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES
EXTINGUISHING MEDIA: water, mist, carbon dioxide, foam or dry powder extinguishers only. Keep away from all sources of ignition
PROTECTIVE CLOTHING: fire fighters should wear protective clothing and approved respirator
HAZARDS: avoid inhalation of fumes

ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS: avoid inhalation and direct contact with skin and eyes. Use individual protective equipment (safety glasses, waterproof boots, suitable protective clothing) in case of major spillage
SPILLAGE: remove ignition sources. Provide adequate ventilation. Avoid excessive inhalation of vapours. Gross spillage should be contained immediately by use of sand or inert powder and disposed of according
to local regulations.
ENVIRONMENT PRECAUTION: keep away from drains, soil, surface and groundwater

HANDLING & STORAGE
HANDLING: apply good manufacturing practice and industrial hygiene practices. Observe good personal hygiene and do not eat, drink or smoke whilst handling
STORAGE: store in tightly closed container in a cool, dry and ventilated area away from heat sources and protected light. Keep air contact to a minimum. Avoid plastic and uncoated metal containers
FIRE PROTECTION: keep away from ignition sources and naked flames

EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: avoid breathing concentrated product vapour
VENTILATION: ensure good ventilation of working area
SKIN PROTECTION: avoid skin contact. Use chemically resistant gloves if required
EYE PROTECTION: use safety glasses

PHYSICAL & CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
ODOUR: characteristic of fresh lemon peel
COLOUR: colourless to a pale yellow
SPECIFIC GRAVITY: @ 20oC: 0.840-0.865
REFRACTIVE INDEX: @ 20oC: 1.465-1.485
FLASH POINT: 43-53 oC

STABILITY & REACTIVITY
REACTIVITY: presents no significant reactivity hazard by itself or in contact with water. Avoid contact with strong acids, alkali or oxidising agents
DECOMPOSITION: carbon monoxide and unidentified organic compounds may be formed during combustion

TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Irritation/sensitisation – nil at 10% (Human) and nil as 100% 1/2000 dermatitis patients were sensitive to lemon oil

ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
BIODEGRADABILITY: n/a
PRECAUTIONS: prevent contamination with soil, ground and surface waterproof

DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
Avoid excessive disposal to drainage system and into the environment. Seek expert advice. Always observe specific local regulations

TRANSPORT REGULATIONS
UN 1993: applies
ROAD (ADR/RID): Class 3 item 31/c RIDNO 301;ADR RN N/2301
AIR (IATA/ICAO): Class 3 Packaging group 111
SEA (IMDG): Page 3036-1, Class 3

REGULATORY INFORMATION ACCORDING TO DIRECTIVE 88/379/EEC
Classification packaging/labelling (directive 1999/45/EC
R10 flammable liquid
S16: keep away from sources of ignition. No smoking

OTHER INFORMATION
Shelf life 24 months maximum

PACKAGING
Glass, lacquer lined steel/tin, aluminium and F/HDPE PET Plastic

ALLERGENS
NAME                                %

Citral                                3.0
Geraniol                           0.2
Limonene                       73.0
Linalool                             0.3

Usage in finished leave on products: 0.001%

Usage in finished rinse off products: 0.01%

This information relates only to the specific product designated and may not be valid for such  product used in combination with other materials or processes. This information is to the best of BUFFMONGER’S knowledge and belief accurate and reliable as of the date indicated. However, no representation, warranty or guarantee is made as to its accuracy, reliability or completeness. It is the user’s responsibility to satisfy themselves as to the suitability of such information for their own particular use.

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Eucalyptus MSDS

1.CHEMICAL COMPOSITION:INCLUDING HAZARDOUS COMPONENTS:

This essential oil is obtained from steam distillation from the biomass. The main component is Cineole

(Eucalyptol) 70-80%.

The oil is classified as hazardous.

2.HAZARDOUS IDENTIFICATION:

This product is required to be labelled according to the regulation 96/54/EC governing hazardous

substances. The oil contains 15 -20% Terpenes.

Xn.

R10

R65

S62

3.FIRST AID PROCEDURES:

Skin Contact: Rinse with running water. Remove contaminated clothing.

Eye Contact: Rinse with sterile water or an approved eyewash solution for 15 minutes.

Inhalation: Move to fresh air and rest.

Ingestion: If swallowed do not induce vomiting, seek medical advice immediately,

show the label or container.

  1. FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES:

Suitable Extinguishers: Normal extinguishers can be used (CO 2, powders, foams, halogens).

Unsuitable Extinguishers: Direct water jet.

Fire Hazard: Products of combustion – Oxides of Carbon.

  1. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE PROCEDURES:

Safety Clothing: Wear clothing suitable for an emergency.

Environmental Precautions: Contain the leak with earth or sand. Prevent from entering drains and

sewers; if this cannot be done advise the local authority.

Clean Up Procedure: Absorb spillage onto sand or earth. Transfer to a suitable container for

disposal.

  1. HANDLING & STORAGE PROCEDURES:

Handling: Avoid spillage and eye contact (gloves and goggles recommended).

Ventilation: Good general ventilation required.

Storage Conditions: Store at ambient temperature in a dark container. Store away from

oxidizing substances e.g. Bleach. Store in full containers; Stainless

Steel for bulk or glass for small quantities.

  1. EXPOSURE CONTROL/PERSONAL PROTECTION:

Respiratory: Use only in well ventilated areas. Use protection in poor ventilation.

Hand Protection: Wear gloves.

Eye Protection: Wear goggles

Skin Protection: Wear suitable protection clothing.

MSDS – Eucalyptus Globulus Oil T109 ABSOLUTE AROMAS – Jan 2009

  1. PHYSICAL & CHEMICAL PROPERTIES:

Appearance: Clear Mobile Liquid.

Odour: Medicated.

Colour: Water White – Pale Yellow.

Solubility: a. Solvent – Soluble

  1. Alcohol – Soluble
  2. Water – Insoluble

Boiling Point: Not reported.

Flash Point: 51°C. C.O.C.

Specific Gravity: 20°C 0.902 – 0.918.

Vapour Pressure mm: Not reported.

  1. REACTIVITY & STABILITY:

The oil is stable under normal storage conditions. After opening, the oil is prone to air oxidation a nd may

start to deteriorate after twelve months.

Synergistic Reaction: Not reported.

Materials to avoid: Oxidizing agents.

Polymerisation Hazard: None.

  1. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION:

Hazardous Effects

Inhalation: Hazardous.

Skin Contact: Concentrated oil may cause skin degreasing with some irritation.

Eye Contact: Irritant.

Ingestion: Irritant.

(On heating the fumes are acrid.)

  1. ECOLOGICAL DATA

This is a degradable product, however, do not release directly into the environment.

  1. DISPOSAL METHODS:

Recover the product where possible or bury in authorised landfill sites according to local authority

regulations.

  1. TRANSPORT REGULATIONS:

Road: Hazardous – display symbol Xn.

Rail: Hazardous – display symbol Xn.

Air: Hazardous – display symbol Xn.

UN-No: 1169

Proper Shipping Name: Extracts, Aromatic, Liquid

 

  1. REGULATORY INFORMATION:

Labels for Conveyance: Xn. R10. (Flammable)

Labels for Supply: Xn. R10. R65. S62.

  1. FURTHER INFORMATION:

Safety information is under continuous review.

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Tea Tree MSDS

  1. IDENTIFICATION OF SUBSTANCE/PREPARATION & COMPANY

 

SUPPLIER: Scents-ible Solution

  1. COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS.

DEFINITION/BOTANICAL ORIGIN: Obtained by steam distillation from the leaves & twigs of Melaleuca

alternifolia L. (Fam. Myrtaceae).

H-No: 3301.29.6 CAS No: 85085-48-9 Status: natural

CoE No: 456 FEMA: 3902 Additives: none

FDA: IFRA: not restricted Application: Aromatherapy, pharmaceuticals, skincare etc

RIFM: monograph EINECS: 285-377-1 FCCIV: official

INCI name: Melaleuca alternifolia

  1. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION:

Xn. Harmful; R10 Flammable

  1. FIRST-AID MEASURES:

INHALATION: Remove from exposure site to fresh air. Keep at rest. Obtain medical

attention.

EYE CONTACT: Rinse immediately with plenty of water for at least 15 mins. Contact a doctor if

symptoms persist.

SKIN CONTACT: Remove contaminated clothes. Wash thoroughly with soap & water,

flush with plenty of water. If irritation persists, seek medical advice.

INGESTION: Rinse mouth out with water. Seek medical advice immediately.

OTHER: When assessing action take Risk & Safety Phrases into account

(Section 15)

  1. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES.

EXTINGUISHING MEDIA Use CO2, Dry Powder or Foam type of Extinguishers, spraying

RECOMMENDED: extinguishing media to base of flames. Do not use direct water jet on

burning material.

SPECIAL MEASURES: Avoid vapour inhalation. Keep away from sources of ignition. Do not

smoke. Wear positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus &

protective clothing.

EXTINGUISHING PROCEDURES: Closed containers may build up pressure when exposed to heat and

should be cooled with water spray.

  1. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES.

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS: Avoid inhalation & direct contact with skin & eyes. Use individual

protective equipment (safety glasses, waterproof-boots, suitable

protective clothing) in case of major spillages.

ENVIRONMENT PRECAUTIONS: Keep away from drains, soils, surface & groundwaters.

CLEANING UP METHODS Remove all potential ignition sources. Contain spilled material. Cover

FOR SPILLAGES: with an inert or non-combustible inorganic absorbent material, or

sweep up and remove to an approved disposal container. Observe state,

federal & local disposal regulations.

 

PRECAUTIONS IN HANDLING: Apply good manufacturing practice & industrial hygiene practices,

ensuring proper ventilation. Observe good personal hygiene, and do

not eat, drink or smoke whilst handling.

STORAGE CONDITIONS: Store in tightly closed original container, in a cool, dry & ventilated area

away from heat sources & protected from light. Keep air contact to a

minimum.

FIRE PROTECTION: Keep away from ignition sources & naked flames. Take precautions to

avoid static discharges in working area.

  1. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION.

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: Avoid breathing product vapour. Apply local ventilation where possible.

VENTILATION: Ensure good ventilation of working area.

HAND PROTECTION: Avoid all skin contact. Use chemically resistant gloves if required.

EYE PROTECTION: Use safety glasses.

WORK/HYGIENE PRACTICES: Wash hands with soap & water after handling.

  1. PHYSICAL & CHEMICAL PROPERTIES.

COLOUR: Colourless to yellow

APPEARANCE: Clear mobile liquid

ODOUR: Spicy, earthy, myristic

FLASH POINT °C: 57

SPECIFIC GRAVITY @ 20°C: 0.885 – 0.906

REFRACTIVE INDEX @ 20°C: 1.475 – 1.482

SOLUBILITY IN 85% ETHANOL @ 20°C: soluble 1 + 2 max

SOLUBILITY IN WATER: Negligible

  1. STABILITY & REACTIVITY.

REACTIVITY: It presents no significant reactivity hazards, by itself or in contact with

water. Avoid contact with strong acids, alkali or oxidising agents.

DECOMPOSITION: Liable to cause smoke & acrid fumes during combustion: carbon

monoxide, carbon dioxide & other non-identified organic compounds

may be formed.

  1. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION.

Found to be non-toxic, non-phototoxic, and non-irritating: see RIFM monograph (1988) FCT, 26, 407

Special Issue VII. Ingestion: orl rat LD50: 1.9-2.6ml/Kg ATTIA. However BEOA CHIP guidance (1997)

gives hazard codes as R22 & R38 (some evidence of skin irritation above 75%) concentration.

  1. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION.

BIODEGRADABILITY: Data not available

PRECAUTIONS: Prevent surface contamination of soil, ground & surface water.

  1. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS.

Avoid disposing to drainage systems and into the environment. Seek expert advice. 14. TRANSPORT REGULATIONS.

UN 1993: applies

Road (ADR/RID): Class 3 item 31/c RID No 301; ADR RN N/2301

AIR (IATA): Class 3 packing group III

SEA (IMDG): page 3142, Class 3

CHIP: See section 15

  1. REGULATORY INFORMATION. According to Directive 88/379/EEC

HAZARDS: Harmful

SYMBOLS: Xn

RISK PHRASES: R10 Flammable Liquid

R22 Harmful if swallowed

R38 Irritating to skin

R65 May cause lung damage if swallowed

SAFETY PHRASES: S16 Keep away from sources of ignition – No Smoking

S62 If swallowed, do not induce vomiting: Seek medical advice

immediately and show this container or label

  1. OTHER INFORMATION.

Cosmetics Directive 7th Amendment: Restrictions may apply. A source of Limonene, listed as a

sensitiser. Check maximum usage levels for skin care products.

SHELF LIFE

When stored within advised conditions, re-test after 12 months, then at 3 monthly intervals up to a

maximum life of 36 months.

Q.C. REQUIREMENTS.

In-line with general product specification. Always satisfy suitability for specific application.

The data provided in this material safety data sheet is meant to represent typical data/analysis for this product and is correct to the best of our knowledge. The data was obtained from current and reliable sources, but is supplied without warranty, expressed or implied, regarding its’ correctness or accuracy.

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Ylang Ylang MSDS

1) Identification of Product and Supplier

Ylang Ylang essential Oil
Supplier: Scents-ible Solutions

2) Composition and information on Ingredients

Inci: Cananga odorata
Cas: 83863-30-3/8006-81-3/68606-83-7
Einecs: 281-092-1

3) Hazards indentification

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4) First aid measures

Inhalation: Remove from exposure site to fresh air. Keep at rest. Obtain medical attention.

Eye contact: Rinse immediately with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. Contact a doctor if symptoms persist.

Skin contact: Remove contaminated clothes. Wash thoroughly with soap & water, flush with plenty of water. If irritation persists, seek medical advice.

Ingestion: Rinse mouth out with water. Seek medical advice immediately.

Other: When assessing action take Risk & Safety Phrases into account (Section 15)

5) Fire – Fighting measures

Extinguishing media: Use CO2, Dry Powder or Foam type Extinguishers, spraying recommended: extinguishing media to base of flames. Do not use direct water jet on burning material.

Special measures: Avoid vapour inhalation. Keep away from sources of ignition. Do not smoke. Wear positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus & protective clothing.

Extinguishing procedures: Closed containers may build up pressure when exposed to heat and should be cooled with water spray.

6) Accidental release measures

Personal precautions: Avoid inhalation & direct contact with skin & eyes. Use individual protective equipment (safety glasses, waterproof-boots, suitable protective clothing) in case of major spillages.

Environment precautions: Keep away from drains, soils, surface & ground waters.

  • Cleaning up methods
  • Remove all potential ignition sources.
  • Contain spilled material

Cover for spillages: with an inert or non-combustible inorganic absorbent material, sweep up and remove to an approved disposal container. Observe relevant local and national rules and regulations

7) Handling and Storage

Precautions in handling: Apply good manufacturing practice & industrial hygiene practices, ensuring proper ventilation. Observe good personal hygiene, and do not eat, drink or smoke whilst handling.

Storage conditions: Store in tightly closed original container, in a cool, dry & ventilated area away from heat sources & protected from light. Keep air contact to a minimum.

Fire protection: Keep away from ignition sources & naked flames. Take precautions to avoid static discharges in working area.

8) Exposure controls and personal protection

Respiratory protection: Avoid breathing product vapour. Apply local ventilation where possible.

Ventilation: Ensure good ventilation of working area.

Hand protection: Avoid all skin contact. Use chemically resistant gloves if required.

Eye protection: Use safety glasses.

Work/Hygiene practices: Wash hands with soap & water after handling.

9) Physical data and chemical properties

Form: Pale to dark yellow mobile liquid. Odour: Exotic, warm, spicy balsamic Flash point (°C): 87 Specific Gravity @ 20°C: 0.906 – 0.976 Refractive Index @ 20°C: 1.495 – 1.513

10) Stability & Reactivity

Reactivity: It presents no significant reactivity hazards, by itself or in contact with water. Avoid contact with strong alkali, acid or oxidising agents.

Decomposition: Liable to cause smoke and acrid fumes during combustion; carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and other non-identified organic compounds may be formed.

11) Toxicological Information

Non toxic product if used in correct dosages – always dilute for skin or personal care

12) Ecological information

Harmful to aquatic organisms; may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment.

Biodegradability: Data not available

Precautions: Prevent surface contamination of soil, ground & surface water.

13) Disposal considerations

Residue for disposal: According to local regulations.

Waste packing: Observe local regulations.

14) Transport information

Road N/A

Air  N/A

15) Regulatory information

Hazards:

Harmful Symbols:

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Risk Phrases:

Irritating to skin

May cause sensitisation by skin contact

Toxic to aquatic organisms; may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment.

Harmful: May cause lung damage if swallowed

Safety Phrases:

Avoid contact with skin

f swallowed, do not induce vomiting, seek medical advice immediately and show the container or label.

16) Other information

Cosmetics Directive 7th Amendment: Restrictions may apply. A source of Benzyl alchohol, Benzyl salicylate, Eugenol, Geraniol, Isoeugenol, Benzyl benzoate, Farnesol and Linalool listed as sensitisers. Check maximum usage levels for skincare products

To the best of our knowledge, the information contained in the sheet is correct. However, we cannot accept responsibility for any consequences from its use.

 

 

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