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    Cinnamic Alcohol ex Styrax

    Cinnamic Alcohol ex Styrax

    CAS: 8046-19-3
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    In crafting his fragrances, Edmond Roudnitska, the greatest perfumer of his generation, would put as much thought and care into the aroma chemicals as he would the naturals. He would use benzyl acetate ex Ylang-ylang or Jasmine, Geraniol ex Palma Rosa, Linalool ex Bois de Rose, Cinnamic Alcohol ex Styrax and on and on.

    This 100% natural Cinnamic Alcohol ex Styrax (a speciality of Payan Bertrand) has to be smelled to be believed. It is so good you simply want to melt into it and fade away in to a world of odour perfection.

    Use it in small amounts for a richesse impossible to obtain otherwise, or go wild and overdose in a floral base! It is useable to a very respectable 2.18% of your finished product.

    NOTE: because this is a natural isolate, it contains approximately 55% cinnamic alcohol with the remainder being made up of natural phenyl propyl alcohol and natural cinnamic aldehyde from the same extraction source (see associated SDS for more details). This also means the product is in a liquid state making it far easier to use than pure cinnamic alcohol which is a solid at room temperature.

    Appearance: Colourless liquid
    Longevity: Lasts > 300 hours on a smelling strip.

    ⓘ Note
    This is neither a perfume nor a foodstuff; it is a raw material for use in manufacturing. Do not consume. Do not apply to skin. Keep away from children.

    General Information

    Like most suppliers and makers of quality raw materials for fragrances, we do not filter many of our products. This ensures that no odiferous matter is lost prior to use but can result in the appearance of small particles or slight clouding.

    All alcoholic fragrances should be macerated for up to a month and then chilled in a moderate freezer overnight before being filtered fine. This will remove all cloudiness or detritus and is the industry norm.

    IFRA Standards

    Permitted amounts in finished product:

    IFRA49: 2.181%
    NZCPGS: 100%

    These are derived from calculated concentrations which do not replace chromatographic quantification on individual lots. Disclaimer...

    Label Requirements

    Ingredients may need to be listed as per your local legislation based on data found in the EU allergens report.

    Additional Requirements

    For Trade Use Only

    Our products are intended as building blocks in the perfume creation process; they are not to be applied to the skin undiluted.

    These raw materials are for use by the perfumery trade only.

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    Demonstration Formulas

    Download these demonstration formulas to see Cinnamic Alcohol ex Styrax in a real-world situation.

    Nuit de Noel — An Amber Floral

    Arethusa — A Feminine Fragrance

    Arpège — Aldehydic Floral

    Customer Reviews

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    C.J.H.
    Perfect body for the Lily family base

    Sniffing Cinnamic alcohol ex Styrax reminds me of a Stargazer lily. As its SDS shows, phenyl propanol is almost half of this isolate and it means that it is suitable for making floral bases, especially those belonging to the group of Liliacea. I made a simple replica being consisted of 55% cinnamic alcohol, 45% phenyl propanol, and +0.3% cinnamaldehyde. At first glance, the result was no big difference, but sniffing them carefully noted me that they were notably different. The Cinnamic alcohol ex Styrax was way more intoxicating, strong, and floral. There's a pollen-like effect in it. Sniffing replica is still a nice accord, but it doesn't remind me of a beautiful Stargazer lily. While the real one does.

    • Regulations

      All of our products are compliant with EU 1223/2009 and the NZCPGS. None of our bases contain prohibited materials and regulatory compliance is possible depending on usage.

      Disclaimer 
    • IFRA Conformity

      All of our bases can be used in products requiring conformity with the latest IFRA standards. Check the use levels under the Usage Restrictions section above.

    • Nitro Musks

      Some of our products may contain small amounts of EU and IFRA compliant musk ketone. We never use musk xylene, musk ambrette or any other prohibited materials.