"This text has been automatically translated and may contain errors. Palisandin® is a synthetic fragrance. The brand name is from the German Symrise, the systematic name is methoxycyclododecane. Palisandin was the surprise at the annual meeting of Dutch perfume makers in 2017: a very versatile fragrance, a beautiful perfume in itself. Palisandin is a colorless liquid. The fragrance of Palisandin is surprisingly complex for a single molecule: a woody and green-spicy base, with aspects of iris, patchouli and tobacco. Symrise describes it as cedar and amber. It can be used in all fragrance compositions in which wood plays a role, especially if there are also green-spicy aspects to the perfume. It is a heart to base note in alcoholic perfumes. Palisandin is a liquid that is easy to work with, which can be used in a larger quantity in a composition. Symrise indicates 3-10%, but a higher percentage is possible. It is a very stable fragrance and can be used in almost all media, including soap. As a rule, making a dilution is not useful because you usually use quite a lot of it. Keep cool, dry, dark and out of reach of children. Palisandin is classified under REACH/CLP as a hazardous substance with the following characteristics: H315 - Causes skin irritation. H317 - May cause an allergic skin reaction. H410 - Very toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects. The English name is also Palisandin. CAS number: 2986-54-1 Einec's number: 221-053-8 FEMA number: N/A. "
10 ml, 50 ml, 250 g