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  Book ID : 16626
  ISBN-10 : 81-86623-62-0 / 8186623620
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-86623-62-6 / 9788186623626
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2005
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  Language : English
  xix, 678p., Illus., Tables, Graphs, Gloss., 21 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:-

I. INTRODUCTION OF PERFUMERY :
1. Terminology
2. Scientific and Medical Aspects
3. Perfumes and the skin
4. Technological Aspects
5. How Does Perfume Appeal?
6. Choosing a Perfume
7. An International Industry

II. HISTORY OF FRAGRANCE :
1. The Ancient World
2. Orientalia
3. The Middle Ages
4. Influence of the Spice Trade
5. The Americas
6. Scents and "Sophistication"
7. The Modern World

III. THE SENSE OF SMELL :
1. How the Brain Processes Odour
2. Essential Oil Absorption through the Skin
3. Fragrance and Health
4. Olfactory Deprivation
5. Odour and Eros

IV. SCENT AND PSYCHE :
1. Further Therapeutic Applications
2. Anxiety and Stress
3. Stimulation
4. Scent and Soul

V. CLASSIFICATION OF ODOURS AND ODORANTS

VI. CREATING A HERBAL PERFUME :
1. Working within a Framework
2. Price
3. Packaging
4. Inspiration
5. The Practical Foundation
6. Inspiration : Response to Stimuli
7. Trial and Error
8. Colours
9. Jeancard on Composition
10. Limitations of Published Formulae
11. The Perfumer's Knowledge of Chemistry
12. The Method of Carles
13. Analysing the Properties of Odours
14. Tone
15. Volatility
16. Intensity
17. Volume
18. Atmosphere
19. Tenacity
20. Fixation
21. Systematic Recording of Data

VII. RAW MATERIALS : PRODUCTS OF NATURAL ORIGIN :
1. Introduction : Concretes, Absolutes
2. Concrete Oils
3. Absolute Oils
4. Essential Oils derived from Distillation
5. Essential Oils obtained by Expression
6. Isolates, etc. from Essential Oils
7. Natural Odorants as Tinctures
8. Balsams and Resins
9. Concrete Oils or 'Concretes'
10. Absolute Oils
11. Floral Series : Rose Notes
12. Absolute Oil of Rose de Grasse
13. Jasmin Notes
14. Hyacinth Notes
15. Lilac and Lily
16. Absolute Oil of Lilac
17. Lily-of-the-Valley
18. Orangeblossom Notes
19. Orangeflower Absolute
20. Absolute Oil of Orangeflower Water
21. Absolute Oil of Syringa
22. Tuberose Notes
23. Absolute Oil of Tuberose
24. Absolute Oil of Narcissus
25. Absolute Oil of Jonquil
26. Absolute Oil of Champaca
27. Absolute Oil of Honeysuckle
28. Absolute Oil of Lily
29. Violet Notes
30. Absolute Oil of Violet
31. Absolute Oil of Parma Violet
32. Absolute Oil of Violet Leaves
33. Absolute Oil of Boronia
34. Absolute Oil of Cassie
35. Absolute Oil of Mimosa
36. Absolute Oil of Iris
37. Mignonette
38. Woody Series : Sandal Notes
39. Peppery Notes
40. Absolute Oil of Thyme
41. Caryophyllaceous Notes
42. Absolute Oil of Carnation
43. Absolute Oil of Cloves
44. Absolute Oil of Tobacco Flower
45. Rural Series : Herbaceous Notes
46. Absolute Oil of Flouve
47. New Mown Hay Absolute
48. Absolute Oil of Lavender
49. Absolute Oil of Lavandin
50. Tea Leaf Absolute
51. Green Notes
52. Oakmoss (Mousse de Chene)
53. Absolute Oil of Fern
54. Absolute Oil of Ivy
55. Absolute oil of Tree Moss (Mousse d'Arbre)
56. Vetiver Absolute
57. Balsamic Series : Resinous Notes
58. Absolute Oil of Cypress
59. Absolute Oil of Fir Needles
60. Vanilla Notes
61. Absolute Oil of Vanilla
62. Absolute Oil of Heliotrope
63. Fruity Series
64. Absolute Oil of Fig Leaves
65. Animal Series : Amber Notes
66. Ambrette Seed Absolute
67. Angelica Absolute
68. Cumin Absolute
69. Labdanum Absolute
70. Clary Sage Absolute
71. Maritime Notes
72. Seaweed Absolute
73. Musk Notes
74. Costusd Absolute
75. Empyreumatic Series : Tobacco Notes
76. Mate (Vert) Absolute
77. Melilot Absolute
78. Tobacco Leaf Absolute
79. Tonka Bean Absolute
80. Essential Oils, Terpeneless Oils
81. Agar
82. Ajowan
83. Almond Oil, Bitter
84. Ambrette Seed
85. Amyris
86. Angelica (Angelica Archangelica)
87. Angelica
88. Family
89. Extraction
90. Medicinal Action
91. Emotional Attribute
92. Anise (Pimpinella Amisum)
93. Family
94. Extraction
95. Medicinal Action
96. Emotional Attribute
97. Considerations
98. Associated Oils
99. Star Anise (Illicium Verum)
100. Araucaria
101. Arnica
102. Artemisia (Armoise)
103. Atractylis
104. Backhousia
105. Basil (Ocimum Basilicum)
106. Family
107. Extraction
108. Medicinal Action
109. Cosmetic/Skin Use
110. Emotional Attribute
111. Considerations
112. Associated Oil
113. Reunion Basil (O. Basilicum)
114. East Indian Basil (O. Gratissimum)
115. Hairy Basil (O. Canum)
116. Bay (Laurus Nobilis)
117. Family
118. Extraction
119. Medicinal Action
120. Emotional Attribute
121. Associated Oil
122. Bay Rum Tree (Pimenta Racemosa)
123. Allspice (P. dioica)
124. Benzoin (Styrax Benzoin)
125. Family
126. Extraction
127. Medicinal Action
128. Cosmetic/Skin Use
129. Emotional Attribute
130. Considerations
131. Associated Oil
132. Balsam of Tolu (Myroxylon Balsamum)
133. Balsam of Peru (M. Balsamum var. Pereirae)
134. Styrax (Liquidamber Orientalis)
135. Bergamot (Citrus Bergamia)
136. Family
137. Extraction
138. Medicinal Action
139. Cosmetic/Skin Use
140. Emotional Attribute
141. Considerations
142. Associated Oil
143. Birch (Betula lenta)
144. Family
145. Extraction
146. Medicinal Action
147. Cosmetic/Skin Use
148. Considerations
149. Associated Oil
150. Birch Tar Oil
151. White Birch (B. alba)
152. Wintergreen (Gaultheria Procumbens)
153. Bellary Leaf Oil
154. Bois De Rose
155. Buchu Leaf Oil. Barosma Betulina (Rutaceae)
156. Cabreuva. Myrocarpus spp.
157. Cajuput (Melaleuca Cajuputi) etc. (Myrtaceae). B.C. 3
158. Calamus (Acorus Calamus) (Aroideae). B.C. 4c.
159. Camomile
160. Roman Camomile (Anthemis Nobilis) (Compositae). B.C. 3c.
161. Camphor
162. Cananga (Cananga Odourata) (Anonaceae)
163. Calendula (Calendula Officinalis)
164. Family
165. Extraction
166. Medicinal Action
167. Cosmetic/Skin Use
168. Associated Oil
169. Marigold (Tagetes Minuta and T. Patuh)
170. Caraway (Carum Cravi)
171. Family
172. Extraction
173. Medicinal Action
174. Cosmetic/Skin Use
175. Emotional Attribute
176. Considerations
177. Cardamom (Elettaria Cardamomum)
178. Family
179. Extraction
180. Medicinal Action
181. Emotional Attribute
182. Associated Oil
183. Carrot Seed (Daucus Carota)
184. Family
185. Extraction
186. Medicinal Action
187. Cosmetic/Skin Use
188. Caulophyllum Inophyllum
189. Cedarwood (Cedrus Species)
190. Family
191. Extraction
192. Medicinal Action
193. Cosmetic/Skin Use
194. Emotional Attribute
195. Considerations
196. Associated Oil
197. Moroccan Cedar (C. Libani)
198. Atlas cedar (C. Atlantica)
199. Tibetan Cedarwood (C. Deodara)
200. Thuja (Thuja Occidentalis)
201. Celery (Apium Graveolens)
202. Family
203. Extraction
204. Medicinal Action
205. Chamomile, German (Matricaria Recutita, Formerly M. Chamomilla)
206. Chamomile, Roman (Chamaemelum Nobile, Formerly Anthemis Nobilis)
207. Cinnamon (Cinnamomum Zeylanicum)
208. Clary Sage (Salvia Sclarea)
209. Clove Bud (Syzygium Aromaticum, Formerly Eugenia Caryophyllata)
210. Coriander (Coriandrum Sativum)
211. Cumin (Cuminum Cyminum)
212. Cypress (Cupressus Sempervirens)
213. Cassia
214. Citronella
215. Java-Type Citronella Oil
216. Cognac Oil
217. Copaiba Balsam Oil
218. Costus
219. Cubeb
220. Davana
221. Dill (French : Aneth) (Anethum Graveolens) (Umbelliferae)
222. Elcampane (Root) (Inula Helenium) (Compositae). B.C. 1g.
223. Elemi Oil
224. Estragon
225. Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus Globulus)
226. Fennel (Foeniculum Vulgare)
227. Fir (Abies Alba and other Species)
228. Frankincense (Boswellia Carterii)
229. Galbanum (Ferula Galbaniflua)
230. Geranium (Pelargonium Graveolens)
231. Ginger (Zingiber Officinale)
232. Helichrysum (Helichrysum Angustifolium)
233. Hyssop (Hyssopus Officinalis)
234. Inula, Sweet (Inula Graveolens, or I. Odourata)
235. Jasmine (Jasminum Officinale and J. Grandiflorum)
236. Juniper (Juniperus Communis)
237. Labdanum (Cistus Labdaniferus)
238. Lavender (Lavandula Angustifolia, Previously L. Vera and L. Officinale)
239. Lemon (Citrus Linon)
240. Lemongrass (Cymbopogon Citratus)
241. Lovage (Levisticum Officinale)
242. Marjoram (Origanum Marjorana or Marjorana Hortensis)
243. Melissa (Melissa Officinalis)
244. Mimosa (Acacia Decurrens Var. Dealbata)
245. Myrrh (Commiphora Myrrha)
246. Myrtle (Mytus Communis)
247. Oakmoss (Evernia Prunastri)
248. Orange (Citrus Sinensis)
249. Orange Blossom (Neroli) (Citrus Aurantium Var. Amara)
250. Patchouli (Pogostemon Cablin)
251. Pepper, Black (Piper Nigrum)
252. Peppermint (Mentha Piperita)
253. Ravensare (Ravensara Aromatica)
254. Rose (Rosa damascena, R. Gallica, and others)
255. Rosemary (Rosmarinus Officinalis)
256. Rosewood (Aniba Rosaeodora)
257. Sage (Salvia Officinalis)
258. Sandalwood (Santalum Album)
259. Spikenard (Nardostachys Jatamansi)
260. Tea Tree (Melaleuca Alternifolia)
261. Thyme (Thymus Vulgaris)
262. Tuberose (Polianthes Tuberosa)
263. Vanilla (Vanilla Planifolia)
264. Vetiver (Vetiveria Zizanoides)
265. Violet (Viola Odourata)
266. Yarrow (Achillea Millefolium)
267. Ylang-Ylang (Cananga Odourata)
268. Expressed Essential Oils
269. Citron
270. Grapefruit
271. Lemon
272. Lime
273. Mandarin
274. Oranges Bitter
275. Orange, Sweet
276. Tinctures, Resins, Balsams
277. Tinctures
278. Infusions
279. Absolutes
280. Balsams and Resins
281. Benzoin
282. Copaiba
283. Galbanum
284. Labdanum
285. Myrrh and Frankincense
286. Olibanum
287. Opopanax
288. Peru Balsam
289. Styrax or Storax or Liquidambar
290. Tolu Balsam

VIII. NATURAL ISOLATES AND RECONSTITUTED ESSENTIAL OILS :
1. Reconstituted Essential Oils
2. Natural Isolates
3. Derivatives from Isolates
4. Aldeyhdes
5. Ketones
6. Terpene Chemicals

IX. THE ROSE FRAGRANCE :
1. Historical Background
2. Perfumery Value
3. Rose Growing
4. Nomenclature and Isolates
5. Extraction Methods
6. Adulteration
7. Medicinal Properties of Rose
8. Economics

X. PRODUCTION ECONOMICS OF JASMINE CONCRETE :
1. Present Position in India
2. Scope of Jasmine Oil Industry in Tamil Nadu
3. Economics

XI. FRAGRANCES THROUGH KONDAKOV REACTION OF TERPENES
XII. FRAGRANCES THROUGH OZONISATION OF TERPENES
XIII. CARVENONE
XIV. INFRARED SPECTRA OF PURE HERBAL FRACTIONS

XV. RAW MATERIALS: PRODUCTS OF SYNTHETIC ORIGINS :
1. Roses Odorants
2. Jasmin Odorants
3. Orangeflower and Neroli Odorants
4. Muguet Odorants
5. Green Notes
6. Fruity Notes
7. Peach
8. Apricot
9. Plum
10. Mirabelle
11. Strawberry
12. Raspberry
13. Blackcurrant
14. Fig
15. Hazel
16. Bitter Almond
17. Aniseed
18. The Citrus Oils
19. Melon
20. Angelica oils
21. Woody Notes
22. Empyreumatic Notes
23. The Salicylates
24. Benzyl Salicylate
25. Isobutyl Salicylate
26. Methyl Salicylate
27. Ethyl Salicylate
28. Phenylethyl Salicylate
29. Animal Notes
30. Musks, Synthetic
31. Civet, Synthetic
32. Ambergris, Synthetic
33. Castoreum, Synthetic
34. Acetates
35. The Fatty Alcohols, Aldehydes and Acetals
36. Fatty Alcohols
37. Fatty Aldehydes
38. Pseudo-Aldehydes
39. Acetals
40. Anisates
41. Anthranilates
42. Benzoates
43. Butyrates
44. Caproates
45. Cinnamates
46. Formates
47. Phenylacetates
48. Propionates
49. Tiglates
50. Valerates (Valerianates)

XVI. PRINCIPLES OF MANUFACTURE :
1. Pressing
2. Maceration
3. Digestion
4. Infusion
5. Absorption or Enfleurage Process
6. Distillation
7. Extraction by Volatile Solvents
8. Ripening, Preservation, Etc.
XVII. ESSENTIAL EXTRACTS :
1. Floral Oils
2. Selection of Site
3. Raw Materials
4. Treatment of the Ingredients
5. Manufacture by Maceration
6. Concentrating the Preparations
7. Hastening the Process
8. Tier System
9. Another Tire Arrangement
10. Oil direct from the Seeds
11. Recipes
12. Bela Oil
13. Jasmine Oil
14. Chameli Oil
15. Champaka Oil
16. Kantali Champaka Oil
17. Jahuri Champaka Oil
18. Dolan Champaka Oil
19. Nageswar Champaka Oil
20. Henna Oil
21. Gul Henna Oil
22. Musk Henna Oil
23. Janti Oil
24. Mallika Oil
25. Tuberose Oil
26. Rose Oil
27. Bakul Oil
28. Ketaki Oil
29. Kamini Oil
30. Lemon Flower Oil
31. Gandharaj Oil
32. Madhumalati Oil
33. Khus Oil
34. Lotus Oil
35. Storing

XVIII. ESSENCES AND OTTOS :
1. Preparation of Essences
2. Mode of Preparation
3. Floral Extracts
4. Classes of Essences
5. Blending
6. Filtering and Packing
7. Natural Essences
8. Bakul
9. Henna
10. Musk Henna
11. Ketaki
12. Bela
13. Mallika
14. Gandharaj
15. Hasu-No-Henna
16. Champaka
17. Jahuri Champaka
18. Kantali Champaka
19. Rose
20. Tuberose
21. Chameli
22. Jasmine
23. Khus
24. Janti
25. Orange
26. Ambergris
27. Musk
28. Patchouli
29. Cloves
30. Lavender
31. Pumelo
32. Cassia
33. White Rose
34. Orange
35. Bergamot
36. Violet
37. Rose Geranium
38. Lemon
39. Sandalwood
40. Artificial Essences
41. Simple Essences
42. Essences from Country Ottos
43. Handkerchief Essences
44. Compound Essences
45. Preparation of ottos
46. Floral Ottos
47. Rose
48. Bela
49. Chemeli
50. Jasmine
51. Mallika
52. Madhumalati
53. Henna
54. Musk Henna
55. Champaka
56. Kantali Champaka
57. Jahuri Champaka
58. Dolan Champaka
59. Nageswar Champaka
60. Bakul
61. Ganharaj
62. Hasu-No-Henna
63. Patchouli
64. Tuberose
65. Keora
66. Kamini
67. Khus
68. Janti
69. Pumelo
70. Shephalica
71. Sandalwood
72. Artificial Ottos
73. Marketing

XIX. AROMATIC WATERS :
1. Rose and Keora Water
2. Rose Water and Otto
3. Keora Water

XX. BLENDING : THE PERFUMER'S ART
1. Blending for Fragrance
2. Classifying Odours
3. Perfume Categories
4. Floral (F)
5. Oriental (F/M)
6. Chypre (F/M)
7. Green (M/F)
8. Fougere (M)
9. Citrus (M)
10. Perfume Notes
11. Top Notes
12. Middle Notes
13. Base Notes
14. Perfume Fixatives
15. Top, Middle and Base Notes
16. Aspects of Blending
17. Odour Intensity
18. Beginning Blending
19. Therapeutic Blending
20. Safety
21. Purpose
22. Application
23. Step-by-Step Blending
24. Required Suppliers
25. Sample Recipes
26. Perfume Cologne
27. Ancient perfume formulations
28. Natural Ingredients in Commercial Perfumes
29. Perfume Formulas throughout History
30. Blending with Imagination

XXI. BODY CARE :
1. The Aromatic Bath
2. Floating Aromatic Bath Oils
3. Dispersing Bath Oils
4. Aromatic Bath Vinegar
5. Aromatic Bath Salts
6. Aromatic Combinations for the Bath
7. Steam Baths
8. An Aromatic Bath Experience
9. Foot or Hand Bath
10. Aromatic Body Powders
11. Aromatic Hair Care
12. An Aromatic Miscellany

XXII. FACIAL CARE :
1. Beauty Techniques
2. Cleansers
3. Steaming
4. Exfoliates
5. Masks
6. Toners
7. Aromatic Hydrosols
8. Fragrant Waters
9. Moisturizers
10. Herbs and Essential Oils for the Skin
11. Home Facial Routine
12. Skin Types
13. "Normal" Skin
14. Dry Skin
15. Oily Skin
16. Combination Skin
17. Problem Skin

XXIII. HAIR OIL AND TOILET PREPARATIONS :
1. Scented Hair Oils
2. Popularity of Hair Oils
3. Chief Constituents
4. Base Oils
5. Vegetable Base Oils
6. Mineral Base Oils
7. Benzoated Oils
8. Floral Oils in Hair Oil Making
9. Incorporation of Perfumes
10. Manipulations
11. Filtration and Refining
12. Filtration of Thick Oils
13. Refining with Animal Charcoal
14. Coconut Oil Refining
15. Deodourising Coconut Oil
16. Refining Castor Oil
17. Deodourisaing Castor
18. Refining Groundnut Oil
19. Bleaching Groundnut Oil
20. Addition of scents
21. Colouring Hair Oils
22. Marketing

XXIV. TOILET PREPARATIONS :
1. Hair Lotions
2. Lipsticks
3. Pomades
4. Pomade A La Rose
5. Vanishing Cream
6. Cold Cream
7. Face Powders
8. Talcum Toilet Powder
9. Face Lotion
10. Sun Burn Lotion
11. Nail Polishes
12. Finger-Tip Colouring
13. Freckle Lotion
14. Rouge Sticks
15. Hair Fixative
16. Non-Greasy Hair Cream
17. Cantharides Hair Wash
18. Coconut Oil Shampoo
19. Lime Juice Cream
20. Lime Juice Glycerine
21. Wrinkle Remover
22. Bindi Liquid
23. Bindi Stick
24. Liquid Brilliantine
25. Corn Salve
26. Stick Cosmetic
27. Scent Cards
28. Perfume Tablet
29. Solid Perfume

XXV. TOILET WATERS :
1. Lavender Water
2. Amber Lavender
3. Lily Lavender
4. English Lavender Water
5. Ambergris Lavender Water
6. Eau De Lavender Millefleurs
7. Odoriferous Lavender Water
8. Florida Water
9. Voilet Water
10. Eau De Cologne

XXVI. TARAL ALTA :
1. Mode of Preparation
2. Marketing
3. Rose
4. Sandal
5. Lavender
6. Lily
7. Henna
8. Khus
9. Violet
10. Cherry Laurel
11. Tuberose
12. Bela
13. Jasmine
14. Champaka
15. Bakul
16. Rose

XXVII. FLOWER PERFUMES :
1. Rose
2. Red Rose
3. Rose Damascena
4. Rose Centifolia
5. Tea Rose
6. Rose Marechal Niel
7. White Rose
8. Jasmin
9. Orangeflower A
10. Violet
11. Parma Violets Absolute, Art.
12. Violet Base
13. Acacia
14. Broom
15. Carnation
16. Cyclamen
17. Fougere (Fern)
18. Gardenia
19. Hawthorn
20. Heliotrope
21. Honeysuckle
22. Hyacinath
23. Iris
24. Lilac
25. Lily-of-The-Valley
26. Linden (Lime Blossom)
27. Magnolia
28. Mignonette (Reseda)
29. Mimosa
30. Narcissus
31. Nardo
32. New-Mown Hay
33. Nicotiana
34. Opopanax
35. Orchid (Orchidee)
36. Pansy
37. Peony
38. Phlox
39. Stocks
40. Sweet Pea
41. Syringa (Philadelphus)
42. Aldehyde G Blend
43. Trefle (Clover)
44. Tuberose
45. Verbena
46. Wallflower
47. Wistaria
48. Ylang-Ylang

XXVIII. SOPHISTICATED OR FANTASY PERFUMES :
1. Introductory
2. Curacao Base
3. Floral Bouquet Perfumes
4. Bouvardia Bm
5. Aldehydic Perfumes
6. Chypre Types
7. Oriental Perfumes
8. Green Perfumes
9. Dominant Note Types
10. The Ambergris Note
11. Manufacturing Processes
12. Alcoholic Strengths
13. Control

XXIX. PERFUMES FOR MEN :
1. Eau de Cologne
2. Toilet Waters
3. Modified Colognes
4. Perfumes for Men

XXX. PERFUMES FOR MANY PURPOSES :
1. The uses of Perfumes
2. Perfumes for Soaps
3. Soap Pefumery Fashions
4. Perfuming Synthetic Detergents
5. Perfumed Disinfectants
6. Perfuming the Air
7. Incense and Fumigants
8. Perfumed Candles
9. Paints and Polishes
10. Other Household Products
11. Perfuming Cosmetics
12. Adapting the Perfume to the Vehicle
13. Perfuming Creams
14. Perfuming Powders
15. Perfuming Lipstick and Nail Lacquer
16. Hair Preparation Perfumes
17. Perfumed Aerosols
18. In Pharmacy and Medicine
19. Industrial Perfumes
20. Perfumes for Textiles
21. Perfumed Ink and Paper
22. Masking Malodours
23. Perfume in Agriculture
24. Perfumed Insecticides and many other Uses
25. Flavours as Perfumes

XXXI. FIXATION OF PERFUMES

DIRECTORY SECTION
List of Perfumes, Cosmetics and Toiletries Manufactures
List of Machinery Suppliers (Indigeneous)

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The versatile book takes recourse of pragmatic formulae of diversified herbal perfumes and cosmetics. Over all, the book contains formulae, processes, technicalities which are immensely innovative and profoundly utilitarian for new entrepreneur as well as motivate the existing units in quality improvement and cost reduction.
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