Love Flower Sweet Incense
Raw materials: machilus thunbergii bark, coconut, mineral substances, essences.
Incense is easy to use:
Light the tip of the incense stick, then blow out the flame to produce the delicate wisp of smoke. Place it in the burner, and your room will be quickly filled with a special fragrance.
For fuller enjoyment of incense:
Please avoid drafty areas with open windows, doors, etc. so that ashes will not be scattered. Keep the incense out of reach of children or pets. Place the burner on a tray to be sure that ashes will not get on the floor or furniture.
No substances are used that can be carcinogenic, such as benzene, toluene, benzopyrene, formaldehyde, etc.. Instead, essences that comply with the standards provided by the IFRA (International Fragrance Association) certification system are used, as well as colorings and dyes allowed for food and cosmetic products. The term "mineral substances" (where indicated) refers to calcium carbonate, titanium oxide or aluminum oxide.
1. Do not breathe the fumes emitted from the emission points
2. Use in ventilated places
3. Keep out of reach of children
4. Make sure that the ashes fall on non-flammable surfaces
5. People suffering from sensitization to perfumes should use this product with caution
Made in Japan
Esperia is the trademark of Creacommercio Srl, a company owned by the Italian Buddhist Institute Soka Gakkai, founded in 1991.
Through the publishing brand Esperia Edizioni, Creacommercio deals with specialized publishing in the themes of Buddhism, peace and human rights education and has as its purpose the dissemination of Buddhist thought according to the Nichiren tradition as interpreted by Soka Gakkai and her president Daisaku Ikeda.
Esperia is also involved in facilitating the procurement of religious articles for practitioners of Nichiren Daishonin's Buddhism and boasts the widest assortment of products for Buddhist practice. Our items are produced both on national soil and abroad with particular attention to respect for the environment and sustainability.