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-Aldehyde-Floral Oil

Floral Aldehyde might as well be silky bottled luxury. It brings a classy, bright, yet still warm floral note to your perfume blend. There are many types of aldehydes, so we decided to focus on the floral camphorous note, presented heavily in classic chypre orientals of the past.

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Floral Aldehyde might as well be silky bottled luxury. It brings a classy, bright, yet still warm floral note to your perfume blend. There are many types of aldehydes, so we decided to focus on the floral camphorous note, presented heavily in classic chypre orientals of the past.

Fresh floral aldehyde adds the impression of fresh breezes and flowers like jasmine, rose, iris and lily of the valley. Because of these characteristics, the fatty aldehydes are used in the formulation of many perfumes. They are also added to soaps and detergents to give them their "fresh lemon scent."

Green floral aldehydes give perfumes sharper notes and aromas of the outdoors. The result is a fragrance with the scent of green grass and plants.  While Woody floral aldehyde adds the scents of cedar, patchouli, oak and other wooden tones that suggest warmth.

"An aldehyde is an organic compound containing a terminal carbonyl group. This functional group, called an aldehyde group, consists of a carbon atom bonded to a hydrogen atom with a single covalent bond and an oxygen atom with a double bond. Thus the chemical formula for an aldehyde functional group is -CH=O, and the general formula for an aldehyde is R-CH=O. The aldehyde group is occasionally called the formyl or methanoyl group. Other classes of organic compounds containing carbonyl groups include ketones and carboxylic acids." wikipedia

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