Resins can have characteristic odors due to the aromatic compounds they contain. These aromatic compounds can be extracted from resins by various methods, such as steam distillation, solvent extraction, or cold squeezing. The resulting aromatic compounds are used as the main components of fragrances and essences.
Some resins are also used as a stabilizer or base note (volatility) in fragrance formulations. Stabilizers help to increase the stability and durability of the fragrance, while base notes provide the depth and richness of the fragrance composition.
Pine oil (pine oil), which is a Derivative of Gum Turpentine used in the production of Fragrances and Essences, and Aromatic Terpenes are important components and are as follows;