|eucalyptus staigeriana oil
lemon-scented ironbark oil
Eucalyptus Staigeriana oil is obtained by steam distillation and sold under the above name. This oil is one of the few eucalyptus oils produced exclusively outside Australia, although the tree originates in this home of all eucalyptuses. Distillation is undertaken on plantations in Brazil, in the Union of South Africa, the Seychelles and in Guatemala. The yield is excellent, far better than the yield from E. Citriodora which is an even cheaper oil. Oil of Eucalyptus Staigeriana is a pale yellow to dark yellow, somewhat oily liquid of sweet and fresh, fruity lemony odor. The particular odor of this oil makes it immediately interesting for use in fresh rosy types of soap perfumes and detergent fragrances. But its stability in soap is not very good.
Category: cosmetic and fragrance agents
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