deionized water, c9-11 pareth 3-8, lavender with vanilla, sodium iminodisuccinate, zinc ricinoleate, benzisothiazolinone, dipropylene glycol, sodium hydroxide
grab green's fragrances include both natural and safe synthetic elements to give consumers nature-identical fragrances at affordable prices.
The ‘synthetic’ portion of the fragrance is very innovative. It comes from citrus pulp (the white stringy stuff in citrus fruit) and terpenes leftover by manufacturing in the pulp and paper industries which would otherwise be discarded as waste. So rather than throwing that out, they are scientifically changed into fragrant materials we use in our products.
In addition, they practice the International Fragrance Association (IFRA) Code of Practice Guide which has a global commitment to providing fragrances that are safe for use by consumers and the environment.
In addition to the IFRA set of standards, they abide by the California Air Resources Board, also known as CARB or ARB, is the "clean air agency" in the government of California, one of the strictest states in the US.