Diethyl phthalate (DEP): A commonly used solvent compatible with most wax blends. Can cause fragrance bleeding if used in excess, and has been subject of recent media attention as an endocrine disruptor (though its safety has been affirmed by RIFM and IFRA). To view IFRA’s DEP statement click here.
IFRA DEP Position
November 29, 2008
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