In 1989 the Drug Adminstration identified 5 fragrance chemicals (this being one) to be among those constituents in cosmetics most frequently involved in adverse reactions.
An important naturally occurring compound in aromatic varieties such as Riesling and Gerwurztraminer. It has an aroma of citrus with floral notes.
plant-derived Linalool occurs naturally in many essential oils we use: basil, bay, bergamot, black pepper, chamomile, cinnamon, cistus, citronella, clary sage, coriander, cypress, eucalyptus, geranium, ginger, helichrysum, ho leaf, lavandin, lavender, lemon, lime, litsea, mandarin, marjoram, neroli, niaouli, palmarosa, peppermint, petitgrain, pine, rose, rosemary, Spanish sage, spearmint (garden mint), tagetes, thyme, violet absolute, yarrow and ylang ylang. Some people are sensitive to this constituent.
a poison derived from citrus peels which kills flea eggs.
A natural substance found in oils of Ceylon cinnamon, sassafras, orange flower, bergamot, Artemisia balchanorum, ylang ylang. Linalool has insecticidal activity and is used in shampoos, dips and sprays for flea control.
Linalool is a naturally-occurring terpene alcohol chemical with many commercial applications, the majority of which are based on its pleasant scent (floral, with a touch of spiciness). It is found in many flowers and spice plants, such as coriander seeds.