Rhodinol ex Citronella

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"This text has been automatically translated and may contain errors. Rhodinol is a fragrance, which is made from certain types of essential oil, in this case citronella oil. By means of distillation part of the oil is separated from the rest.This separated part is called rhodinol and consists mainly of geraniol and citronellol.It is therefore a natural fragrance according to the ISO 9235 standard. Rhodinol is a clear to pale yellow liquid. The scent is reminiscent of rose, although there are also some citronella aspects to it. It is mainly a heart note. Rhodinol is used everywhere you would normally use geraniol and citronellol, so for floral scents, especially rose and geranium, of course especially where you only want to use natural fragrances. Stable in soap. In older books in particular, rhodinol is often used, where nowadays citronellol and/or geraniol would be used. Consider two things here. The first is that at the time for high quality fragrances (more expensive perfumes for example) one had to use rhodinol because synthetic citronellol and geraniol of good fragrance quality were not available. That is no longer a problem these days, in many cases you can replace rhodinol with a mixture of the synthetic substances. Keep in mind that mostly rhodinol made from geraniunm oil was used. This one is also still being made, however, it is so much more expensive than the rhodinol from citronella that there will be very few cases these days where you prefer this more expensive variant. It is not necessary to make a dilution, the smell is not overly strong and the substance lends itself to higher doses. Keep cool, dry, dark and out of reach of children. Rhodinol is classified under the REACH/CLP regulation with the following characteristics: Danger. H315 - Causes skin irritation. H317 - May cause an allergic skin reaction. H318 - Causes serious eye damage. It contains, among other things, geraniol and citronellol in high concentration, these are both perfume allergens that must be stated on the label in the EU above a certain concentration. The English name is Rhodinol ex Citronella. CAS No: 141-25-3 EC no: 205-473-9 FEMA No: 2980 "

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10 ml, 50 ml, 250 g