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IMMORTELLE (HELICHRYSUM/EVERLASTING) ABSOLUTE


IMMORTELLE (HELICHRYSUM/EVERLASTING) ABSOLUTE

Helichrysum italicum

REFERENCES

CAS Number: 90045-56-0 ; 977060-66-4

FEMA Number: 2592

EINECS Number: 289-918-2

Product Code: PAO2006

PART USED Flowers

SYNONYMS Helichrysum italicum (Roth) G.Don
Helichrysum angustifolium

COMMON NAMES Curry Plant, Everlasting, Immortelle

EXTRACTION METHOD Organic Extraction (Hexane Free)

ORIGIN Croatia

NOTE CLASSIFICATION Middle to Base Note, Fixative

Our organically crafted Immortelle Absolute, also known as Helichrysum Absolute and Everlasting Absolute has a very herbaceous, hay-like, honey-sweet aroma with a smoky tobacco and musk-like undertone. Helichrysum (or Immortelle) is part of the Asteraceae (Daisy) family and is often called the Curry Plant due to the unusual and pungent odor of the leaves.

Immortelle Absolute has a rich spectrum of pharmacologically active compounds; aromatherapy literature is filled with numerous anecdotal cases of its successful use in skin care as well as its profound effects on damaged tissue. Immortelle is also highly revered for its unparalleled regenerative and protective benefits in skin care as well as its anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties.

REPORTED BENEFITS AND USES

Immortelle Absolute is reputed to support the multiplication of the skin's natural collagen count, contributing to the reduction of wrinkles. Supportive in the healing of wounds, bruises, and scar tissue, Helichrysum significantly enhances skin health, regeneration and beauty. Its overall cleansing effect and its ability to support a healthy inflammatory response make Immortelle Absolute a great support to the respiratory, immune, and neurological system providing mood uplifting and stress reduction benefits.

In perfumery, Helichrysum (Immortelle) Absolute has traditionally been used in chypre, floral, and amber compositions; its warm, tobacco, tea, liqueur, and wood notes blend well with woody, oriental, fougere, or leathery accords, and its warmth can be used to illuminate compositions.

Documents

Technical Data Sheet (TDS)

Certificate of Analysis (COA)