Fragrance raw material
This text has been automatically translated and may contain errors. Rosalin, or rose crystals, is a fragrance for use in, for example, scented candles, perfume or cosmetics.
UseThe scent of Rosalin is reminiscent of fresh fruit and roses. In addition, it is a powdery scent, a difficult description. It means that it is reminiscent of the smell of talcum powders and other body powders that were once popular, but are hardly used anymore. The scent is not very strong, but the fragrance is (as the name suggests) in the form of a coarse powder, so it may be helpful to dissolve it before use. Both DPG and IPM are suitable, the latter being a better choice among candles. Although it is an ester, it is a very stable substance that gives off its fragrance for a long time. For that reason very suitable for soap and scented candles. Do not underestimate the possibilities of this substance! It has a light fragrance, but the influence on the fragrance composition can be large.
PropertiesRosalin is also called rose crystals for a reason: it is a crystalline, almost white powder. The purity is at least 99%, it has a fairly long shelf life. It is a synthetic material that does not occur in nature.
PackagingWe pack this substance in white plastic jars with white plastic lid.
DangersRosalin is classified as a hazardous substance, with the following characteristics: WARNING H315 - Causes skin irritation. H412 - Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects.
CodesItem number: 23162 English name: Rosalin AKA Rose crystals EC number: 201-972-0 CAS Number EU: 90-17-5
10 g, 50 g, 250 g