Hydrodispersibles are blends of natural aromatic raw materials obtained through extraction, distillation and/or fractionation, dovetailing beautifully with Robertet’s pursuit of the natural. Being hydrosoluable, they enable the preparation of Natural and Food Grade perfumed waters. As such, natural hydrodispersibles are obviously very useful in the production of fragrance cosmetics, being highly potent at very low levels (less than 0.05%).
Compared to traditional floral waters, hydrodispersables bring the following advantages:
- Being hydrosoluble, they are usually stable and can be stored without preservatives, making them optimal to use in the preparation of Natural and Food Grade perfumed waters.
- Depending on the hydrodispersible, 1kg will produce between 1600 to 5000 liters of Naural and Food Grade perfumed water (i.e. the volume of 2 to 8 palets of four 200 l drums each).
This in turn bolsters savings margins by cutting back on transport, storage and packaging costs and enabling recycling.