Although the amount of fragrance used in cosmetics is small, it is an essential ingredient in cosmetics. Cosmetic products such as shampoos, body washes, shaving creams and body lotions contain fragrance ingredients designed to enhance the user experience and even improve overall health. For example, scented soaps can encourage hand washing and better hygiene. Even products labeled as unscented may contain some fragrance ingredients to mask the undesirable odors of other ingredients.
Water-soluble flavors are natural flavors, synthetic flavors blended into the fragrance base with ethanol or ethanol dissolved in water, sometimes also add glycerin, propylene glycol and other solvents. Water-soluble flavors are mainly used in soft drinks, iced food and wine.
Oil-soluble flavors are natural flavors and synthetic flavors dissolved in oil solvents or directly with natural flavors and synthetic flavors blended from.
In emulsified flavors, a small amount of fragrance in the role of surfactants and stabilizers with a large number of major components, forming emulsion-type flavors. Through emulsification can inhibit the volatilization of fragrance, a large amount of water without ethanol or other solvents, can reduce costs, so the application of emulsified flavors is developing rapidly.
Powder flavor can be divided into solid spices ground and mixed into the powder flavor, powdered stretcher to absorb the fragrance base made of powder flavor and by the excipient package and the formation of microencapsulated powder flavor three types.