Thanks for that interesting question. The warning label is actually in compliance to Proposition 65, which is a California law that requires businesses to provide a warning before exposing individuals in California to any of 900-plus chemicals that California lists as a carcinogen or a reproductive toxicant. This varies based on product type. Many of the chemicals on the Prop 65 List are common additives found in products such as jewelry, lamps, ceramic tableware, food, lead crystal glasses, electric cords, automobiles, beauty products, and furniture.
And since we sell products throughout the U.S. and internationally. We don't know where each item will ship. We have no alternative except to place the Prop 65 warning on all of our products regardless of where they are sold. But rest assured that California’s Prop 65 isn't a product safety law, but a chemical right-to-know law. We believe our products are safe when used as intended.