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Vanillin is a great product, but Veratraldehyde is simply sublime… Pure beauty, sensuality, and even mystery. Instantly in love with this material!
Tatiana Naumova –
It’s like milk foam. Like creamy ice cream. Delicate, creamy, vanilla.
My nose detects that this is probably used often in “Fall” themed candles. This smells almost identical to a generic “Caramel Pecan Brittle” candle I have. I personally love the smell, it’s Fall in powdered form.
Endlessly useful and a work horse of a material from top to bottom and everywhere inbetween making florals more realistic, nilla more nilla-y and bringing interest to incense accords- ok I must stop before I give away too much 🙂
sadly tested on animals….
Christine Daley –
Hi Hera, where did you get this information?
This works so well for me in natural blends as adds a nice light vanilla creaminess without needing to overdose on vanilla to achieve the same effect. It is a great addition to my collection and finds its way into most blends. I think the ‘tested on animals’ reference might come from the SDS.
Tested on Animals- According to the SDS sheet, they did a lethal dose test on both rats and rabbits. Sad.
Gabrielle Durand –
This natural veratraldehyde can be used to add depth to natural vanillin, which can sometimes seem a little 2-dimensional on its own.