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This text has been automatically translated and may contain errors. Isoeugenol is a fragrance that occurs naturally in cloves, nutmeg and ylang ylang. There is a synthetic version for use in perfumes. Isoeugenol is a colorless to yellow liquid and has a purity of at least 98%. The smell is reminiscent of cloves and carnation, not very strong, but with a very large appearance, the total effect of the fragrance is greater than just the little bit of scent it gives. It is a signature base note. Isoeugenol is often seen as necessary as part of a carnation accord and works very well in various amber, moss and spice accords. In smaller amounts, it can give good effects with rose and with exotic floral scents. In soap, it can cause discoloration, as can eugenol. The smell of isoeugenol is relatively weak, so dilution is not necessary. Keep cool, dry, dark and out of reach of children. Under REACH, isoeugenol is classified as a hazardous substance with the following H-statements: H302 - Harmful if swallowed. H312 - Harmful in contact with skin. H315 - Causes skin irritation. H317 - May cause an allergic skin reaction. H319 - Causes serious eye irritation. An allergy to isoeugenol is possible, it belongs to the group of 26 allergens designated by the EU as common perfume allergens. The concentration of isoeugenol in cosmetics is limited in European cosmetics legislation to a maximum of 0.02% in the cosmetic end product. The English name is Iso Eugenol. CAS number: 97-54-1 EINECS number: 202-590-7 FEMA number: 2468


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