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Introduction Of Various Common Perfume Raw Materials
Mar 02, 2018

Introduction of various common perfume raw materials

Balsam Balsam is a resin that emits fragrance of trees and shrubs, also known as gums. In the modern perfume industry, commonly used in Peru balsamolu, fat Balsamizu, bitter with Palestinian balsam, as well as benzoin materials. Their shape is slightly yellowish to dark brown with a viscous liquid or crystal, the smell is a little flavor vanilla flavor.

Bergamot, made in Italy, is a tangerine-scented sesame oil extracted from the pericarpium of the Bergamot. A pleasant, cool, fragrant aroma with a sweet, fruity aromas of fresh greens and a 33% Women's perfume used this kind of raw material.

Bitter orange This sesame oil is obtained by pressing the peel, and the bitter orange tree is also called the Bijaret Orange Tree. This orange tree can extract neroli, orange flower oil and fruit bud oil. Extracted from the flowers of the bitter citrus tree by distillation, the scent is a blend of spicy and sweet fruit. About 12% of modern perfumes use it.

Frankincense is a jelly obtained from a small tree that grows in the regions of southern Arabia and Somalia. Since ancient times it has been a very important spice and is still in use today. It appears in about 13% of modern perfumes.

Galbanum A jelly-like fragrance extracted from anise grown in Iran. Its scent is warm, fat-like spicy, a blend of green leafy and musky flavors.

Jasmine is the second most important rose in the perfumery industry. Delicate and fragrant aroma, a sense of freshness, fresh floral, modern 80% of the perfume to use it. Many varieties, Spanish jasmine, also known as Royal jasmine, is the most commonly used varieties in Europe since the 16th century. Jasmine produces 500 pounds (about 0.45 kilograms) of jasmine on one acre of land (about 0.4 hectares), but its absolute yield is very low (about 0.1%) because jasmine must be picked in the morning when it is still covered by the morning sun. Lost some of the fragrance, so jasmine is also one of the most expensive perfume materials.

Labdanum Labdanum also known as Labiata fat, comes from the Middle East, a rock Rose plant leaves. In the perfume industry status important, strong creamy, diluted with ambergris is very similar, and lasting fragrance, very valuable. In modern perfume can account for 33% of the ratio.

One of the most common spices of Lavender. Its flowers provide a fresh green, fresh floral. One hectare of lavender can produce about 15 pounds of sesame oil.

Lemon Lemon oil is used not only in perfumes, but also in condiments. It has a rich aroma of lemon peel, and the fragrance is elegant but not too long. About 1000 lemons can extract 1 pound of lemon oil. Oil is squeezed from the inside of the peel, but also distilled water derived. It is used in many good quality perfumes, mostly to make perfumes more refreshing.

Lily of the Valley The early lilies of the valley could only be obtained by reconciling flowers with nectar, and now they can only be coagulated by purification but can not be made into essential oils. So people have chemically synthesized the lightest lily ever made, the compound known as Muguet. Because of its elegant lily fragrance and become a substitute for Glen Lily. About 14% of modern premium perfumes use it more or less.

Myrrh The jellyfish that has never been collected from the medicinal tree, produced in places such as Arabia, Somalia and Ethiopia, has long been known for its importance not only in perfumes but also in medicinal and antiseptic properties. Its fragrance resembles Impatiens, but also lasting fragrance. Herbal oil is a light brown or light green liquid, which is used in modern perfumes at a ratio of about 7%.

Neroli is extracted from the flowers of bitter citrus trees by distillation. The name Neroli comes from a 16th-century Italian prince. See bitter orange (Bitter orange) entry.

Oak moss is taken from oaks, spruces and other trees that grow in the mountains of Europe and North Africa. Long-term storage will increase its flavor, smell of soil, wood and musk mixture, good durability. About one-third of today's spices. The same type of tree moss.

Orris is a pale yellow-to-brown solid at room temperature. Its aroma is calm and long-lasting. It is a fruity product of sweet honey and exudes a violet-like fragrance. It is refined from the roots of the iris preserved for two years Into Its uniqueness is that it can make other scent special enhancement. In many first-class perfume can find it.

Patchouli Pomegranate spice from the Far East is the strongest aroma of plant spices commonly used in oriental flavors. Its aroma of thick and lasting, is a very good fixative. Before distillation, the raw material must be dried and fermented. Because camphor-like flavor is very strong, so the amount of spices to be strictly controlled each time. The unique scents and rosins in the sesame oil become more pronounced over time, which is the most persistent of the known plant fragrances. It first caught the attention of Europeans in the 19th century, when Indian merchants brought the shawl off the scent and quickly became fashionable scent. Now one-third of the top perfume will use it.

Rose is a precious spice that belongs to the most important plant in the perfumery industry. Known by the Greek poet Sappho as "flower". The varieties are many, the earliest species is foreign roses, or call the artist rose, which is commonly referred to as the May rose, the original French rose dedicated rose. Large Damascus roses are produced in the Kazanlak region of Bulgaria. Some breeds have also been raised in Egypt, Morocco and elsewhere. Now you can clearly have 17 different kinds of rose fragrance, usually contains a sweet and sour honey sweet aroma, three sweet, fragrant, is the highest flower oil. Extracting a pound of rose sesame oil or rose essence requires 1000 pounds of roses, the proportion of pure fragrance is less and less, only 0.03% only. At least 75% of the high-quality perfume used to get rose sesame oil.

Sandalwood Sandalwood is derived mainly from sandalwood chips and branches produced in India and Indonesia. It is a yellowish slightly viscous liquid. Oriental-type aroma is best produced in Mysore area. There are sandalwood oil produced in Australia. This tree is parasitic and rooted to other trees. Sandalwood oil is the most valuable and precious raw material for making perfumes. Its fragrance is very long lasting, and about half of the high-quality perfumes use this material as a base.

Tonka Extract from Angostura bitter bark and Paraguay beans, produced in South America. When the bark and beans are covered with crystals of coumarin, they can be treated with rum, which smells much like the freshly cut grass. Pure incense made with tonka bean is used in 10% premium perfume.

Tree Moss In the United States, tree moss and oak moss are a thing. In the European perfume industry, the tree moss refers to a spruce moss, the scent of the extract resembles a tar. Commonly used in the scent of Fragrant perfume, and has a good role in solid incense.

Tuberose, commonly known as nocturnum, is characterized by a scent of fragrant evening scents and elegant aroma. The oil from which this flower is extracted is found in 20% of the best perfumes, especially the scent-type. The yield of pure fragrance is very low, yielding only 7 ounces of flower per 2,600 lbs, it is more expensive than the equivalent weight of gold.

Vanilla Vanilla oil is derived from the pod on the vanilla flower. Native to tropical regions of Mexico and the Americas, fermented before extraction. The scent is sweet and spicy, and its use in the perfumery industry has become more common since being used by Coty for L'AIMANT, which is currently used by about a quarter of perfumes.

Vetiver, a sesame oil distilled from the roots of Khuskhus, a tropical herb in Asia, is a brown to reddish brown viscous liquid with a earthy aroma and vaguely irises and Violet sweet. The fragrance is calm and long-lasting, not only serving as a decocting agent, but also giving it a sweet, dry, sweet smell. Vetiver oil appears in 36% of the best perfumes.

Violet There are two varieties of violet used in perfumes: the Victoria Violet and the Parma Violet, the former of which the quality is better and the latter is easier to grow. Sesame oil is extracted from the petals and leaves, but because of the higher cost, most of the violets are now chemically synthesized.

Sage oil tree (Ylang-ylang) In the high-quality perfume, 40% of the use of the sesame oil tree. Especially suitable for Jasmine, Prynne, Tuberose, lily of the valley, violets and other floral flavor, perfume fragrance used in it to coordinate the entire aroma. This sesame oil extracted from leaves from Southeast Asia, aroma similar to the big flower jasmine, but thicker and stay long. Two weeks after flowering, jasmine-like fragrance filled the air, and the fragrance was collected immediately, so the distillation was often carried out in the field. A tree lasts about 22 pounds of fresh flowers a year, while two pounds of sesame oil use almost 900 pounds of flowers.