This text has been automatically translated and may contain errors. Norlimbanol (Fir) is a synthetic fragrance from the Swiss firm Firmenich. An intense and difficult to apply fragrance, but very popular and popular with perfumers and perfume lovers.
Norlimbanol (Fir)Norlimbanol (Fir) is a colorless liquid, occasionally it can solidify, but this can be remedied by briefly heating in a bain marie (unscrew the cap a bit). The purity is at least 98%. The scent of Norlimbanol is a strong, dry (cedar) wood scent. In addition, but much less present, are animal aspects, some amber and something towards patchouli. It is mainly a base note in alcoholic perfumes. Because Norlimbanol has such a strong odor, only a small amount is usually used. Not more than 2%, usually less. A higher percentage is possible, but the scent of Norlimbanol will probably take over the entire perfume. It is a very stable fragrance and can be used in almost all media, including soap. Making a dilution is strongly recommended, 10% is a reasonable starting point, DEP and IPM are the most obvious solvents. Keep cool, dry, dark and out of reach of children.
DangersNorlimbanol is classified under REACH/CLP as a hazardous substance with the following characteristics: Warning H315 - Causes skin irritation.
CodesThe English name is also Norlimbanol. CAS number: 70788-30-6 Einec's number: 274-892-7 FEMA number: N/A.
10 ml, 50 ml, 250 g