Perfume or parfum is a mixture of fragrant essential oils or aroma compounds, fixatives and solvents used to give the human body, animals, food, objects, and living spaces "a pleasant scent.". Perfumes contain mixes of many ingredients, such as sandalwood, aldehyde, bergamot, amber, citron, frankincense, jasmine, osmanthus, patchouli, rose, vanilla and ylang ylang.
Raw perfuming materials are best suited for experienced perfumers. Perfumery Aromas are blends of many raw perfume materials that have developed aromas, unlike the raw perfume materials. Aroma chemicals are manufactured smells that are used for perfuming and flavoring.
Here are some examples of our products used in perfumes:
Cinnamic acid, also known benzal acetate, 3-phenyl-2-propenoic acid, belongs to a kind of unsaturated aromatic acid with a slight smell of cinnamon. Cinnamic acid is used in flavors, synthetic indigo, and certain pharmaceuticals, though its primary use is in the manufacturing of the methyl, ethyl, and benzyl esters for the perfume industry.
Methyl cinnamate is the methyl ester of cinnamic acid and is a white or transparent solid with a strong, aromatic odor. Methyl cinnamate is used in the flavor and perfume industries.
Ethyl cinnamate is the ester of cinnamic acid and ethanol. It has excellent effect when being used in combination with the natural fruit essential oils with the effect being better for fragrance, perfume and flavor.