As we’ve mentioned previously, flashpoint is the temperature at which a fragrance oil can combust when exposed to open flames or sparks. They place a more important role when one is making gel candles and when one is working with fragrance oils that have lower flashpoints. If you’d like to find out why, check out our post What does flashpoint in fragrance oils mean?.
With that said, here’s a chart with all the flashpoints for our fragrance oils!
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