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Cinnamon extract (just like the essential oil) contains fragrance allergens and ingredients whose max. concentration is limited in the EU and many other regions of the world. The main difference between the EO and the extract is the much lower concentration of safrole in the extract (62,5 ppm) compared to the essential oil (about 11% according to Tisserand).
The max. concentration of Eugenol and Cinnamaldehyde are limited by IFRA and the SCCNFP. IFRA suggests a max. concentration of 0,05% for cinnamaldehyde and SCCNFP a max. level of 0,1% in all cosmetic products. According to these limitations, we recommend a max. dosage of 0,15% for this extract in your products. If you are using other ingredients with a cinnamaldehyde content, the 0,1% limit refers to the sum of the cinnamaldehyde in all of your ingredients.
You'll receive a certificate of analysis with the breakdown of the allergens with your order.