|Appearance: ||pale yellow clear liquid (est)|
|Food Chemicals Codex Listed: ||No|
|Odor Type: ||citrus|
|Odor Strength: ||medium|
| ||lemon |
|Odor Description: |
at 100.00 %.
| ||lemon |
|Taste Description: ||lemon|
| || |
|Albert Vieille SAS|
|Lemon Essential oil Italy
Odor: pleasant, fruity, lemony
Use: The lemon, the fruit with the sunny-yellow peel, is a citrus fruit known for its refreshing, sour taste. It grows abundantly throughout the year on a semi-evergreen shrub: the lemon tree. The bright-green foliage of this plant grows from thorny branches. The buds are pink to pale purple and bloom into fragrant white flowers. Lemon essential oil accumulates in the multitude of small secretory pockets embedded in the peel of the pericarp. Even the slightest pressure releases a pleasant, fruity, lemony fragrance. The same principle is applied to extract the essential oil: the pericarp is cold-pressed. The resulting fragrance is citrusy and sweet, characteristic of these fruits. Lemons are hand-picked, year-round, when they reach maturity.
|Lemon Oil Italian
|Organic Lemon Oil South Africa/Italy
|LEMON ITALY ESSENTIAL OIL
|LEMON ITALY FCF ESSENTIAL OIL
|Lemon EO Italy/Spain
Odor: tangy, zesty, fresh
Use: The lemon essential oil 100% pure and natural with fresh and vibrant notes is a classic among the essential oils used in perfumery. It is not the least in the field of aromatherapy. The food industry uses it to flavoring drinks. Ubiquitous and indispensable, lemon enhances and reveals.
|Lemon essential oil Citrus limonum, Italy
|Lemon Oil Cold Pressed Italian
|Lemon Italy oil
100% Pure & Natural
Odor: Citrus, zesty, green, acidulous
|Citrus and Allied Essences|
|Oil Lemon Italian Select FCC, (winter crop)
|Lemon Oil Italy
|Lemon Oil Cold-Pressed Italian Type
|lemon oil c.p. italy
|George Uhe Company|
|Lemon Oil Italy
Available in FCC
|Liberty Natural Products|
|LEMON ITALY OIL
|LEMON ITALY EO
|Lemon Oil Italy
|Pell Wall Perfumes|
Odor: Fresh-lemon, citrus, sharp, aldehydic
Use: According to Arctander: “Expressed Lemon Oil is a yellow to greenish yellow or pale yellow mobile liquid of very light, fresh and sweet odor, truly reminiscent of the ripe peel. No turpentine-like, harsh-terpene notes should be detectable on a perfume blotter. Good oils retain their fresh lemon door practically unchanged on a blotter until there is no door left at all. The odor of lemon oil is not very lasting … The oil should be clear, not hazy or turbid, and it should not show resinous deposits.”
|LEMON OIL COLD PRESSED ITALIAN TYPE FCC, Kosher
|Phoenix Aromas & Essential Oils|
|Lemon Oil Italian
|Lemon Italy Ess. oil, Bergapten free, w/o bergaptenes stabilized (for fragrance)
|The Lebermuth Company|
|Lemon Italian Oil
|The Perfumers Apprentice|
|Lemon peel organic (Sicily) J.Steele
|TreattZest Lemon Sicilian
|Lemon Oil CP Pure - Primofiore Italian
|White Lotus Aromatics|
|Lemon essential oil (Italy)
Odor: fresh, sweet, fruity-citrus bouquet with a delicately punguent undertone
Use: In natural perfumery used in colognes, citrus accords, topnote in high class florals, culinary bouquets and a general freshner and topnote in numerous perfume types.
|European information : |
|Most important hazard(s): |
|Xn N - Harmful, Dangerous for the environment.|
R 10 - Flammable.|
R 38 - Irritating to skin.
R 43 - May cause sensitisation by skin contact.
R 50/53 - Very toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment.
R 65 - Harmful: may cause lung damage if swallowed.
S 02 - Keep out of the reach of children.
S 24 - Avoid contact with skin.
S 37 - Wear suitable gloves.
S 61 - Avoid release to the environment. Refer to special instructions/safety data sheet.
S 62 - If swallowed, do not induce vomiting: seek medical advice immediately and show this container or label.
| Classification of the substance or mixture|
|GHS Classification in accordance with 29 CFR 1910 (OSHA HCS)|
| GHS Label elements, including precautionary statements|
|Oral/Parenteral Toxicity: |
oral-rat LD50 2840 mg/kg|
Pharmazie. Vol. 14, Pg. 435, 1959.
|Dermal Toxicity: |
skin-rabbit LD50 > 5000 mg/kg|
Food and Cosmetics Toxicology. Vol. 12, Pg. 725, 1974.
|Inhalation Toxicity: |
Safety in Use Information:
|Category: ||flavor and fragrance agents|
|IFRA Critical Effect: || Phototoxicity|
|IFRA fragrance material specification: |
| ||Where the bergapten (5-methoxypsoralen) content of all relevant oils present in a compound has been determined, it is recommended that for applications on areas of skin exposed to sunshine, excluding bath preparations, soaps and other products which are washed off the skin, the total level of bergapten in the consumer products should not exceed 0.0015% (15 ppm). This is equivalent to 0.0075% (75 ppm) in a fragrance compound used at 20% in the consumer product.
Where the level of bergapten has not been determined by appropriate methods, the limits specified in the guidelines on individual oils should apply.
In those cases, where such oils are used in combination with other phototoxic ingredients, the additive effect has to be taken into consideration and the use levels have to be reduced accordingly. The sum of the concentrations of all phototoxic fragrance ingredients, expressed in % of their recommended maximum level in the consumer product, shall not exceed 100.|
|contains the following IFRA (Annex) restricted components: (non-analysis max. level reference only)|
|citral|| Max. Found: <3.00 % and Reason: Sensitization|
|geraniol|| Max. Found: <0.20 % and Reason: Sensitization|
|IFRA: ||View Standard|
|limits in the finished product for - "leave on the skin contact": |
| || 0.7000 % Restriction.
|Recommendation for lemon oil italy usage levels up to: |
| || 10.0000 % in the fragrance concentrate.
|Use levels for FEMA GRAS flavoring substances on which the FEMA Expert Panel based its judgments that the substances are generally recognized as safe (GRAS).|
|The Expert Panel also publishes separate extensive reviews of scientific information on all FEMA GRAS flavoring substances and can be found at FEMA Flavor Ingredient Library|
|publication number: 3|
|Click here to view publication 3|
| ||average usual ppm||average maximum ppm|
|baked goods: ||-||580.00000|
|breakfast cereal: ||-||140.00000|
|chewing gum: ||-||1900.00000|
|condiments / relishes: ||10.00000||80.00000|
|confectionery froastings: ||65.00000||600.00000|
|egg products: ||-||-|
|fats / oils: ||-||-|
|fish products: ||-||-|
|frozen dairy: ||-||380.00000|
|fruit ices: ||-||380.00000|
|gelatins / puddings: ||-||340.00000|
|granulated sugar: ||-||-|
|hard candy: ||-||1100.00000|
|imitation dairy: ||-||-|
|instant coffee / tea: ||-||-|
|jams / jellies: ||-||-|
|meat products: ||25.00000||40.00000|
|milk products: ||-||-|
|nut products: ||-||-|
|other grains: ||-||-|
|processed fruits: ||-||-|
|processed vegetables: ||-||-|
|reconstituted vegetables: ||-||-|
|seasonings / flavors: ||-||-|
|snack foods: ||-||-|
|soft candy: ||-||-|
|sugar substitutes: ||-||-|
|sweet sauces: ||-||-|
| ||citrus limon l. burm. f. peel oil|
|Canada Domestic Sub. List: ||8008-56-8|
|Pubchem (sid): ||135328486|
Potential Blenders and core components note
Natural Occurrence in: note
| ||citrus limon peel oil italy|
| ||citrus medica limonum peel oil italy|
| ||lemon oil italy|
| ||lemon oil sfuma|
|treattzest ||lemon sicilian|
|Soluble in: |
| ||water, 4.581 mg/L @ 25 °C (est)|
|Insoluble in: |