Description and usage notes:
A very versatile fresh, herbal material with a distinctly chamomile character. Developed by Henkel, better known for Ambroxan, now produced by Kao. One of very few synthetics with a chamomile aspect, this material is also distinctly floral and fruity.
Adds a natural quality to lavender notes, Fougeres and many other fragrance types and can also contribute complexity to rose notes and other florals. Very diffusive.
This is from Kao’s product specification:
|Chemical Name||3-Methyl-3-butenyl 2,2-dimethylpropionate|
|Applications||Romilat has chamomile like herbal tone, so it is effective in rose type and lavender type. It is also effective in fruity type like apple and strawberry.|
|Properties||Fresh-herbal with fruity-flowery undertones|