CLEARWOOD®

970953
CAS# 1450625496
REACH# 012119967775180010
FEMA# 0000
Readily Biodegradable
100% Renewable Carbon
Olfactive family
Woody
Product type
Molecules
Technology
Biotechnology
Appearence
Liquid
Olfactive description

A soft and clean version of a patchouli profile.

Created from white biotechnology, CLEARWOOD® delivers all the rewards of modern ingredient design. Beaming with light, it offers the creamy warmth of amber and a dark woody character reminiscent of patchouli.

Perfumery usage

Launched in 2014 and first ever White Biotech Ingredient within the perfumery industry, CLEARWOOD® is a truly inspiring ingredient made possible by the genius of science, and rendered unforgettable by the perfumers' intuition.

CLEARWOOD® can be used like Patchouli Essential Oil or as a new woody building block at higher dosages.

Although rich in patchoulol, CLEARWOOD® will not replace natural patchouli essence. It will complement it as a new ingredient, a new building block.

Process

White Biotech is biotechnology employed in industrial processes. An example is the use of a micro-organism to produce a useful chemical by fermentation.

Did you know ?

Depending on the country, CLEARWOOD® is identified either by the CAS number 84238-39-1 (China, Europe and Taiwan, China) or by the CAS number 1450625-49-6 (Australia, Philippines, South Korea, USA and Canada).

Stability & Performance
Recommended applications
Stability
Concentration AVG - MAX
Substantivity & Remarks
Fine Fragrance
0.000167262 / 0.0167262 / 0.0787785
Heart and base note
Shampoo
0.000120918 / 0.0120918 / 0.0321724
wet: 3 / dry: 2 /
Shower Gel
0.000134009 / 0.0134009 / 0.0448371
bloom: 3 /
Soap
0.000106758 / 0.0106758 / 0.0377807
foam: 3 / dry hand: 3 /
Detergent
0.0000577897 / 0.00577897 / 0.0158307
wet: 3 / dry: 3 /
Softener
0.000083581 / 0.0083581 / 0.0308734
wet: 4 / dry: 3 /
APC
0.0000240856 / 0.00240856 / 0.0085702
Candle
0.000177022 / 0.0177022 / 0.0712775
cold wax: 4 / burning: 3 /
    Tenacity
    9
    Flashpoint
    100 °C
    Vapor pressure
    0.0188 Pa at 20C
    Boiling point
    40 °C