Fragrance raw material
This text has been automatically translated and may contain errors. Cashmeran velvet (IFF) is a synthetic fragrance; the name Cashmeran® is a brand name of IFF. Cashmeran velvet is not the same as the 'ordinary' Cashmeran, but very similar, both chemically and in terms of smell.The substance does not occur in nature. Cashmeran velvet (IFF) melts at around 20 °C and can therefore be just liquid or just solid. The color is light yellow to yellow. It is a mixture of a number of substances, largely that is the main component of Cashmeran, but otherwise around 15% other comparable substances that provide the slightly different smell of Cashmeran velvet. It has a sweet musky fragrance with aspects of spice, amber and wood, especially cedar. In perfumes it is mainly a base note. Cashmeran velvet is mainly used as a musk fragrance, but can also give a different twist to amber or wood scents, especially in combination with floral scents. Compared to the 'regular' Cashmeran, it has even more character: a wider palette of fragrances. It is a very stable substance that is suitable for all fragrance applications: soap, scented candles, even in bleach it holds reasonably well. It is not necessary to make a dilution, but since the substance can be just solid at room temperature, it can be practical. A solution that is as strong as possible, for example 50%, seems the most convenient. Keep cool, dry, dark and out of reach of children. Cashmeran velvet is classified under REACH/CLP as a hazardous mixture with the following hazards: Warning. H315 - Causes skin irritation. H317 - May cause an allergic skin reaction. H319 - Causes serious eye irritation. (added warning later) H411 ??- Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects. The English name is Cashmeran Velvet (IFF). As a blend, it has multiple CAS, EC and FEMA numbers."
10 ml, 50 ml, 250 g