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What is Cinnamic alcohol ?

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Cinnamic alcohol is important flavor and fragrance chemicals.


Cinnamic alcohol is an organic compound that is found in esterified form in storax, Balsam of Peru, and cinnamon leaves. It forms a white crystalline solid when pure, or a yellow oil when even slightly impure. It can be produced by the hydrolysis of storax.


Cinnamyl alcohol has a distinctive odour described as "sweet, balsam, hyacinth, spicy, green, powdery, cinnamic" and is used in perfumery[2] and as a deodorant.

Cinnamic alcohol CAS NO. 104-54-1


Cinnamic alcohol is an organic compound that is found in esterified form in storax, Balsam of Peru, and cinnamon leaves. It forms a white crystalline solid when pure, or a yellow oil when even slightly impure. It can be produced by the hydrolysis of storax. Cinnamyl alcohol has a distinctive odour described as "sweet, balsam, hyacinth, spicy, green, powdery, cinnamic" and is used in perfumery and as a deodorant. Cinnamyl alcohol is naturally occurrent only in small amount, so its industrial demand is usually fulfilled by chemical synthesis starting from cinnamaldehyde.


Cinnamic alcohol Fragrances may cause irritation. It's best not to use them on a baby's skin. Cinnamic alcohol and cinnamic aldehyde are a cause of allergic contact dermatitis in man and give rise to similar rates of positive reactions in routine patch testing. However, data from animal models indicates that the aldehyde is the stronger sensitizer of the two. Circumstantial evidence has pointed to the conversion of alcohol to aldehyde in skin as the cause of cinnamic alcohol sensitization. This report discusses the subject in the light of studies of skin metabolism of cinnamic alcohol. Evidence of limited cross reactivity between cinnamic alcohol and cinnamic aldehyde is supported by data showing conversion of cinnamic alcohol to cinnamic aldehyde by an epidermal enzyme.


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