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Alcohol denat

Alcohol denat

  • Product: Denatured organic alcohol
  • Origin: Organic wheat grain
  • How is it obtained? The wheat grain is fermented and distilled in order to transform sugars into 96% ethyl alcohol. Then, alcohol is denatured to change its taste to a bitter one and avoid being swallowed
  • Aroma: A characteristic smell of alcohol
  • Curiosity: When alcohol evaporates, it allows the perfume scent to spread
Aqua

Aqua

  • Product: Water
  • Origin: Rivers, reservoirs and groundwater
  • How is it obtained? Through a series of industrial processes that purify water
  • Aroma: Neutral
  • Curiosity: Perfumes always have a small percentage of water (about 3%)
Benzoin

Benzoin

  • Product: Benzoin
  • Origin: Styrax tonkinensis tree
  • Used part: Resin
  • How is it obtained? Extraction
  • Growing areas: Sumatra and Laos
  • Aroma: Creamy and sweet
  • Curiosity: It is a natural perfume fixer
Bergamot

Bergamot

  • Product: Oil
  • Origin: Bergamot tree
  • Used part: Fruit skin
  • How is it obtained? Cold pressure
  • Growing areas: Italy, Spain, Ivory Coast and Brazil
  • Aroma: Acidic and fresh
  • Curiosity: It is used as Earl Grey tea flavouring
Bigarade

Bigarade

  • Product: Oil
  • Origin: Bitter orange tree
  • Used part: Fruit skin
  • How is it obtained? Cold pressure
  • Growing areas: Spain, Italy, Tunisia, Guinea and Ivory Coast
  • Aroma: Citrus, between sweet orange and bitter grape
  • Curiosity: Non-edible orange. When it is processed, it is often used in jams and teas
Cardamom

Cardamom

  • Product: Oil
  • Origin: Cardamom herbaceous plant
  • Used part: Seed
  • How is it obtained? Distillation
  • Growing areas: Guatemala, Honduras, India, Indonesia and Sri Lanka
  • Aroma: Resinous, aromatic and slightly spicy
  • Curiosity: It is one of the oldest spices in the world
Cedarwood

Cedarwood

  • Product: Oil
  • Origin: Cedarwood tree
  • Used part: Leaves
  • How is it obtained? Distillation
  • Growing areas: Morocco and the United States
  • Aroma: Wood and resin
  • Curiosity: It is associated with the smell of pencil
Cypress

Cypress

  • Product: Oil
  • Origin: Cypress tree
  • Used part: Branches
  • How is it obtained? Distillation
  • Growing areas: Spain and France
  • Aroma: Fresh, woody and balsamic
  • Curiosity: In ancient civilizations it used to be known for its medicinal uses
Citral

Citral

  • Product: Natural essential oil by-product
  • Origin: Plants
  • How is it obtained? It is naturally obtained from petitgrain oil, litsea cubeba, lemon or orange extraction
  • Aroma: Lemon
  • Curiosity: It has been declared an INCI as it is an allergen, which means that certain people can be allergic to it
Citronellol

Citronellol

  • Product: Natural essential oil by-product
  • Origin: Plants
  • How is it obtained? It is naturally obtained from bergamot oil, eucalyptus, lemon, litsea cubeba, orange or osmanthus extraction
  • Aroma: Rose
  • Curiosity: It has been declared an INCI as it is an allergen, which means that certain people can be allergic to it
Coumarin

Coumarin

  • Product: Natural essential oil by-product
  • Origin: Plants
  • How is it obtained? It is naturally obtained from tonka bean oil or cinnamon extraction
  • Aroma: Vanilla
  • Curiosity: It has been declared an INCI as it is an allergen, which means that certain people can be allergic to it
Eugenol

Eugenol

  • Product: Natural essential oil by-product
  • Origin: Plants
  • How is it obtained? It is naturally obtained from mint oil, guaiac, litsea cubeba, osmanthus or clove extraction
  • Aroma: Clove
  • Curiosity: It has been declared an INCI as it is an allergen, which means that certain people can be allergic to it
Farnesol

Farnesol

  • Product: Natural essential oil by-product
  • Origin: Flowers
  • How is it obtained? It is naturally obtained from rose, palmarosa, neroli or ylang ylang extraction
  • Aroma: Violet
  • Curiosity: It has been declared an INCI as it is an allergen, which means that certain people can be allergic to it
Geraniol

Geraniol

  • Product: Natural essential oil by-product
  • Origin: Flowers and plants
  • How is it obtained? It is naturally obtained from rose, geranium or lemon oil extraction
  • Aroma: Rose
  • Curiosity: It has been declared an INCI as it is an allergen, which means that certain people can be allergic to it
Blackcurrant

Blackcurrant

  • Product: Extract
  • Origin: Cassis bush
  • Used part: Sprouts
  • How is it obtained? Extraction
  • Growing areas: France
  • Aroma: Woody, fruity and spicy
  • Curiosity: Apart from the buds, almost all parts of Blackcurrants can be: leaves in teas, hearts in liqueurs and berries in jams, juices and liqueurs
Guaiac

Guaiac

  • Product: Oil
  • Origin: Guayacán tree
  • Used part: Wood
  • How is it obtained? Distillation
  • Growing areas: Paraguay
  • Aroma: Wood with smoky notes
  • Curiosity: Used by Native Americans to treat some diseases
Lime

Lime

  • Product: Oil
  • Origin: Lime tree
  • Used part: Fruit skin
  • How is it obtained? Distillation or cold pressure
  • Growing areas: Italy, Brazil, Mexico or the USA
  • Aroma: Refreshing and bitter
  • Curiosity: It is one of the main Coca-Cola ingredients
Lemon

Lemon

  • Product: Oil
  • Origin: Lemon tree
  • Used part: Fruit skin
  • How is it obtained? Cold pressure
  • Growing areas: Spain, Italy, Ivory Coast and South America
  • Aroma: Fresh, acidic and aromatic
  • Curiosity: Christopher Columbus brought lemon seeds to the Caribbean and they were spread throughout America during the Spanish conquest
Limonene

Limonene

  • Product: Natural essential oil by-product
  • Origin: Fruit skin
  • How is it obtained? It is naturally obtained from essential oil from citrus skins such as orange, lemon or lime extraction
  • Aroma: Citrus and fresh
  • Curiosity: It has been declared an INCI as it is an allergen, which means that certain people can be allergic to it
Linalool

Linalool

  • Product: Natural essential oil by-product
  • Origin: Flowers and aromatic plants
  • How is it obtained? It is naturally obtained from mint, cinnamon or citrus fruits essential oils extraction
  • Aroma: Mentholated
  • Curiosity: It has been declared an INCI as it is an allergen, which means that certain people can be allergic to it
Litsea Cubeba

Litsea Cubeba

  • Product: Oil
  • Origin: Litsea Cubeba bush
  • Used part: Fruit
  • How is it obtained? Distillation
  • Growing areas: China
  • Aroma: Lemon with a sweet undertone
  • Curiosity: Its fruit is the same shape and size as a pepper
Tangerine

Tangerine

  • Product: Oil
  • Origin: Tangerine tree
  • Used part: Fruit skin
  • How is it obtained? Cold pressure
  • Growing areas: Italy, Brazil, Argentina and China
  • Aroma: Very sweet
  • Curiosity: In Chinese New Year celebrations it is a symbol of good fortune
Mint

Mint

  • Product: Oil
  • Origin: Aromatic mint plant
  • Used part: Leaves
  • How is it obtained? Distillation
  • Growing areas: France, China and India
  • Aroma: Refreshing green note
  • Curiosity: It has the typical scent of chewing gum and toothpaste
Orange

Orange

  • Product: Oil
  • Origin: Sweet orange tree
  • Used part: Fruit skin
  • How is it obtained? Cold pressure
  • Growing areas: Spain, Italy, Brazil and the United States
  • Aroma: Sweet, fruity and fresh
  • Curiosity: It is the most cultivated tree fruit in the world
Neroli

Neroli

  • Product: Oil
  • Origin: Bitter orange tree
  • Used part: Flower
  • How is it obtained? Distillation
  • Growing areas: Morocco, Egypt, Tunisia and the USA
  • Aroma: Citrus with orange blossom touches
  • Curiosity: In perfumery, every part of the bitter orange is used: the skin to create essential oil, the leaves for Petitgrain oil, as well as the white flowers for Neroli and the absolute orange blossom
Osmanthus

Osmanthus

  • Product: Absolute
  • Origin: Osmanthus bush
  • Used part: Flower
  • How is it obtained? Extraction
  • Growing areas: China
  • Aroma: Peach and apricot
  • Curiosity: In Asia it is used to give an orange colour and a better aroma to tea
Patchouli

Patchouli

  • Product: Oil
  • Origin: Patchouli bush
  • Used part: Leaves
  • How is it obtained? Distillation
  • Growing areas: Indonesia and India
  • Aroma: Woody and moist with an earthy touch
  • Curiosity: The essence must age several months in barrels before being used
Parfum

Parfum

  • Product: Concentrated essence
  • Origin: Laboratory-made mix
  • How is it obtained? Perfumers combine multiple ingredients (oils, resins or absolutes) that provide olfactory notes and chords to get the final result
  • Aroma: The own of each perfume
  • Curiosity: When the perfume concentration is 15% or greater, it can be considered Eau de Parfum
Petitgrain

Petitgrain

  • Product: Oil
  • Origin: Bitter orange tree
  • Used part: Branches and leaves
  • How is it obtained? Distillation
  • Growing areas: Italy, Paraguay and North America.
  • Aroma: Floral and slightly woody
  • Curiosity: The most used petitgrain comes from bitter orange, but it can also be taken from lemon or tangerine
Sandalwood

Sandalwood

  • Product: Oil
  • Origin: Sandalwood tree
  • Used part: Wood
  • How is it obtained? Distillation
  • Growing areas: India and Australia
  • Aroma: Sweet and smooth wood with a green note
  • Curiosity: It has relaxing properties. It preserves the aroma for a long time
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