Citral: Also known as geranial, citral has a strong, fresh scent of lemon.
Linalyl Acetate: Commonly found in bergamot and lavender oils, linalyl acetate is used for its pleasant, refreshing odor that is reminiscent of both flowers and citrus.
Bergamot Ethyl Amide: Often used in the creation of citrus notes, this synthetic compound adds a tart, tangy edge.
Citronellal: An aldehyde with a distinctive citrus, lemon-like smell.
Nerol: A monoterpene found in many essential oils such as neroli and lemon. It's used for its sweet, floral, and slightly citrusy scent.
Neral: Isomer of Citral and has a sweet lemony, fresh, and soft aroma.
Citronellyl Acetate: It's used in compositions for its fresh, fruity, and slightly floral aroma reminiscent of oranges and lemons.
Geranyl Acetate: This compound offers a fruity, floral aroma with a hint of citrus and is found in many essential oils including geranium, lemongrass, and coriander.
Menthone: This synthetic material has a fresh, minty, slightly fruity and herbaceous aroma.
Carvone: A key compound in spearmint oil, carvone is a minty, sweet, and cooling aroma compound.
Menthol: Menthol is one of the most well-known minty compounds with its refreshing and invigorating cool scent.
Eucalyptol: Also known as cineole, eucalyptol has a fresh, minty scent and is often used in medicinal or invigorating fragrances.
Peppermint Oil Terpenes: These synthetics replicate the fresh, minty top notes of natural peppermint oil.
Spearmint Oil Terpenes: Similar to the peppermint version, these synthetic compounds replicate the characteristic refreshing, green-minty scent of spearmint.