Centaurus Melrose A new addition to Givaudan’s biodegradable palette. perfume precursorThis class of fragrances is designed to release aromatic molecules when exposed to natural external triggers such as oxygen, light and humidity in the air. The use of this technology in fragrance creation allows products such as fabrics, home and personal care products to have a long lasting fragrance.
“This is a new formulation method that reinvents fragrance architecture by delivering some notes at a later stage to meet consumer needs for performance and longevity.‘, Givaudan said in a statement.
Biodegradable and sustainable molecules
Centaurus Melrose joins the existing family of fragrance precursors first introduced in 2006. Centaurus Tonka Rose is the first photodegradable precursor in a perfumer’s palette and the first to release two distinct odorants.
The palette has now grown to include Centaurus Tonka Rose, centaur screen, centaurus juicy When Centaurusberry, each with a versatile olfactory profile, expanding and enhancing the creative range of Givaudan perfumers beyond their categories. Each ingredient in Scentaurus is proprietary to the company.
Scentaurus Melrose Principles of green chemistry Using Givaudan’s unique FiveCarbon Path, every carbon atom from bio-based starting materials goes into the final product, resulting in zero carbon waste.
“This proprietary R&D process brings an environmentally conscious approach to continuously improving the palette of fragrance ingredients using renewable carbon-based materials, while improving processes to reduce carbon and energy inputs. Reduce.” adds a company.
Long-lasting floral green effect
Scentaurus Melrose expands the company’s scent diversity. Long-lasting floral green effect Facets of honey and linden flowers, floral fresh rosy signals and powdery aniseed nuances.
“When I smelled Centaurus Melrose for the first time, I knew I was back in the French Riviera where I grew up. Her notes of green, floral and powdery were delicately combined in a mimosa field. In addition to the obvious notes of green and honey, Melrose has a soft, powdery floral aspect, making it a great precursor to adding a natural green floral character to any creation.Givaudan Perfumer Paolo Andriolo commented: