"This text has been automatically translated and may contain errors. Florosa (Giv) is a synthetic fragrance from the Swiss company Givaudan; similar products from other suppliers are Floriffol (IFF), Florol (Firmenich) and Pyranol (BASF) - although minor differences in odor may occur due to slightly different processes.A more systematic name is tetrahydro-2-isobutyl-4-methylpyran-4-ol.The odorant does not occur in nature. Florosa (Giv) is a clear to pale yellow liquid. In its pure form, the fragrance is a somewhat green floral scent, especially reminiscent of lily of the valley. It is mainly a heart note, with some radiance towards the top. Is an excellent general floraliser, can be used in many compositions to enhance floral character. The fragrance is extremely stable and has a good shelf life; not only very suitable for soap, but can even be used for perfuming bleaching agents. It is not necessary to make a dilution, the smell is not very strong and the fragrance lends itself to use in higher doses. Keep cool, dry, dark and out of reach of children. Florosa (Giv) is classified under REACH/CLP as a hazardous substance with the following characteristics: WARNING H319 - Causes serious eye irritation. An allergic reaction is not common. The English name is also Florosa (Giv). CAS No: 63500-71-0 EC no: 405-040-6 FEMA No: None"
10 ml, 50 ml, 250 g