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VETIKONE® Symrise
7403-42-1

Rooty, vetiver-like with a nuance of gardenia. Green, sweet, floral, honey, gardenia.

Use: Stable in: body lotion (good), shampoo (very good), soap (very good), roll-on (good), powder (very good), cleaner citric (very good), cleaner (good), bleach (poor).

Appearance: Colorless liquid

Odor Strength: Medium

Odor Type: Herbal / Floral

Longevity: 4 Hours

Note: middle

Average use: 8%

Flavor usage: NA

SDS

CAS # 7403-42-1

Flash Point: 200.00 °F. TCC (93.33 °C.)

Product Reviews

(3 Ratings, 2 Reviews) Average Rating:
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vetiver note similarity to Pamplefleur, dirty mouth-puckering, disturbed soil
Parker Turtenwald (Olympia, WA) 11/18/2019 4:40 PM
Vetikone - interesting, I'm getting an edge much like Citrolate, and it bears some surprising/unexpected resemblance to Pamplefleur (maybe not so strange because they do share a similar molecular shape), with its hints of rhubarb and its type of vetiver smell, but it is more down to earth. getting hints of bergamot and orange rind tea. Has some green vetiver tonality as well. Also just hints of cardboard and earth (ground soil) but not so much. Is fresher and more tea-like than Pamplefleur. I really like vetiver and earth notes, but the character of this aroma chemical has too much of a mouth-puckering (obnoxious rhubarb, edible, not clean) tanginess for what it is supposed to be, in my opinion. Those different note aspects of it do not go together so well. I'd give this 3.5 out of 5 stars, maybe 4 only because there are not a lot of cheap synthetic aroma chemicals that smell like vetiver. I don't think the picture is very accurate for the smell of this one. It also has just a very tiny bit of a plastic acrylic solvent smell, a few people might say. overall the colors I get from this are grey, green, and some reddish-orange rhubarb / pungent Ruby grapefruit rind, a little mouth-puckering bitterness. Keep in mind I think this is one that sounds better than the way it actually smells.
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Not exactly vetiver but...
Pierre (Bruxelles, ) 12/6/2015 8:19 AM
It smells like cold wet soil. Great.