Lavender Concrete

Lavender ConcreteThe Lavender concrete of BulEtera is obtained from Lavandula Angustifolia – Miller through solvent extraction, where the solvent is completely removed after extraction. The Lavender concrete is a vaseline-like mass with yellow-green to green color with brown tinge and aroma typical of Lavender.

Composition:
Linalyl acetate, linalool, limonene, coumarin, methyl ether of umbelliferone, fatty acids, vegetable waxes, ursolic and epiursolic acid, etc.



Botanical name

Lavandula angustifolia - Miller

Part of plant used

Blossoming lavender sprays

Country of origin

Bulgaria

Cultivated herb

Yes

Natural herb

Yes

Gathered herb

Yes

Fumigants used

N/A

Method of manufacture

Extraction

Material safety data sheets

Available upon request

Method of analysis

Gas-chromatography

Known formulation incompatibilities

N/A

Must be homogenous blend

Yes

Seasonal harvesting

During June and July

Certificate of analysis

Yes

Appearance

Wax like mass

Chemical definition

Concrete containing linalylacetate, linalool, geraniol etc.

Synonyms

None

Storage

Keep in well-sealed containers at to 5 – 15?C, without direct exposure to sunshine or heat sources.

Color

Yellow-green to green-brown

Aroma

Typical of Lavender

Physicochemical indices:

Relative density, d 50/50

from 0.880 to 0.940

Refraction number, n 50/D

from 1.4560 to 1.4760

Acid value, mg KOH/g

not more than 15.0

Ester value, mg KOH/g

not less than 90.0

Content of dissolving agent, %

not more than 2.0

Content of absolute, %

not less than 65.0

Content of linalylacetate, %

not less than 32.4

Expiry term:

Under good storage conditions the concrete has long expiry term.

Application:

Lavender concrete is a product used for obtaining absolute and is a component in Cosmetics items.