DYES AND FRAGRANCES

Moroccan Amber Fragrance Oil, 500 ml

Stock 2 bal.
Product code: VO260_500
INCI: Parfum/Fragrance
Country of origin: EU
Best before date:
07/2025
Batch:
202308
Unit price: 129,98 € / l

64,99 € incl. VAT

Product description


The aroma of warm tobacco with amber blends perfectly with the scent of vanilla pod, orange, cinnamon, patchouli and ylang. A delicate touch of coriander completes the composition along with sandalwood.

Vanillin content: 1-5% (this includes all forms of vanillin)

Flash point: >100°C

Dosage: cosmetics and soaps 1-5%, candles 5-10% (see attached IFRA document for exact maximum dosage by product type).

Please note: If the fragrance contains vanillin, it may tend to discolour bath and body products and soaps. Therefore, test the fragrance thoroughly.

These fragrance oils are synthetic oils made in the EU and meet the strictest IFRA standards. The fragrances are 100% concentrated (undiluted) and of premium quality.

They are suitable for use in soaps and cosmetic products such as creams, lotions, shampoos and shower gels, fizzy bath bombs, perfumes, but also in fragrances and candles as well.

These fragrance oils are not suitable for use on the lips, use fragrances from the Flavours and Fragrances category for lip balms.

USE IN COLD PROCESS SOAP MAKING:

Trace acceleration: 1 (scale from 1 - no trace acceleration to 5 - almost instant trace acceleration)

Colour: 1 (scale from 1 - no colouring of the mass to 5 - strong brown colouring of the mass)

Note: Mass thickening was very slow /probably already by saponification reaction, not by addition of oil/, consistency smooth

Dosage: Please refer to the attached IFRA document for the exact maximum dosage per product type.

None of the fragrances are tested on animals. Store in a dark and cool place, out of reach of children and animals.

All ingredients supplied are cosmetic grade, not suitable for internal use. Use appropriate protective equipment when handling.

Allergen overview and IFRA document can be found in the download section.