Prop 65 Warning
For anything manufactured in california they have extremely strict guidelines for labelling that dates back over 40 years. Starbucks coffee, disneyland, high end bathing suits and handbags have these labels. Here is the guidelines for if they have to put a warning label on it:
"To help companies determine if they need to provide the warning, OEHHA established safe harbor levels. A safe harbor level is an amount of a chemical that poses no significant risk. For chemicals causing cancer, there is no significant risk if the chance of developing cancer is 1 in 100,000 or less over a 70-year lifetime. In other words, one person being exposed to a chemical for 70 years would have a 1 in 100,000 chance of actually getting cancer from that exposure."
We always research brands and would never sell a product we deemed unsafe however, If at any time you don't feel comfortable with the product we are absolutely happy to take it back on our dollar! We always stand behind our products!