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Hydro-distillate - Vanillas Fruit’s Water

Hydro-distillate - Vanillas Fruit’s Water

Hydro-distillate - Vanillas Fruit’s Water

Hydro-distillate - Vanillas Fruit’s Water

Hydro-distillate - Vanillas Fruit’s Water
Hydro-distillate - Vanillas Fruit’s Water
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Hydro-distillate - Vanillas Fruit’s Water

Hydro-distillate - Vanillas Fruit’s Water

Hydro-distillates - Vanillas Fruit’s Water (Vanilla Planifolia, Vanilla Tahitensis)

Hydro-distillates

Vanillas Fruit’s Water

Vanilla Planifolia, Vanilla Tahitensis


Vanilla, Ambassadress of islands

Information

While Madagascar, the Comoros and the Reunion island produce “Bourbon” vanilla with its long and thin beans, the West Indies supply a variety called “Pompona”, with large and short fruits ; French Polynesia cultivates the “Tahitensis” variety more “fleshy” with an intense perfume…


Whatever its origin, Vanilla stays one of the most appreciated fruit in the world, as well for its aroma in foodstuffs, as for its fragrance, in cosmetics and perfumery. In the fabrication of this water, two sorts of vanillas are selected for their complementarity of aroma: “Bourbon” vanilla, for its concentration of vanillin, and “Tahitian” vanilla for its aromatic harmony.


This fruit’s water, rich in volatil compounds, carries the virtues of the vanilla fruit for a wide cosmetic use.


More than a decoration plant, several curative virtues are attributed to it according to local pharmacopoeia, from the treatment of headaches (in soaking), to the treatment of the inflammations (in infusion)… Resulting of this extraction process, the very refreshing floral water, carries the Tiare’s vertues and can widely be used in cosmetic area.


Manufacturing Process

After sun drying, Vanilla beans are distilled with steam water under atmospheric pressure, without additive or chemical treatment. Exempt of artificial coloring, this fruit’s water is purified by a sterilizing filtration and stabilized by a preservative in order to keep its freshness.


Botanical Information

Name

Vanilla Planifolia, Vanilla Tahitensis

Family

Orchidacaea

Part of the plant used

Dried Fruit (Bean)

Morphological type

Creeper

Geographical area

Asia regions / Indian Ocean / Pacific regions

Manufacturing Process of Hydro-distillates

Physical
Characteristics

Appearance, 25°C

Liquid

Odour

Wooded, Sweet, Vanilla-flavoured

Colour

Colourless

Specific gravity, 20°C

0,990 – 1,020 Kg/l

Solubility in water

Miscible

Solubility in oil

Immiscible

Solubility in ethanol

Miscible

Chemical
Characteristics

pH

4 – 6

Preservative

Potassium sorbate 0.3%


Bacteriological
Characteristics

Aerobic bacteria

<100 cfu/g

Yeasts – Moulds

<10 cfu/g


Image of Vanilla's

Main Composition

Extraction ratio (w/w)

10%

Vanilla “Bourbon” / Tahitensis ratio

70/30 (average & indicative values)

Solvents

Steam water

Chemical compounds

Volatile fraction of vanillas planifolia & tahitensis


Chart of Aromatic Characteristics

A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
0 10
Notation
* Auto-evaluation upon 50 regular vanilla users.

Legend:

A • Vanilla - 3.5

B • Vanillin - 3

C • Soft - 2.5

D • Smooth - 1.5

E • Suave - 3.5

F • Fruity - 5.8

G • Bloom - 1.2

H • Caramelized - 2.5

I • Spicy - 3.1

J • Wodded - 1.5


Comparative morphology of the two varieties of vanilla

Image of Vanilla Main Composition Image of Vanilla Main Composition Section View

Usage Information

Skincare Products

10 – 60%

Lotions & Tonics

40 - 85%

Fruit's Water

Pure or associated to other vegetal waters.
Vanilla is used in the french pharmacopeia, it is exempt from toxicity in the cosmetics limits of use adviced.

Properties

  1. Refreshing and Stimulating
  2. Tonic
  3. Aphrodisiac or Emotional

Cosmetic Uses

  1. Face and body care products
  2. Tonic Lotions & make-up removing lotions
  3. Sun waters
  4. Refreshing sprays
  5. Perfuming vegetal water

Packaging

5 / 25 kg : jerrycan PE-HD


Storage

Store in a cool dry place and in unopened containers away from sunlight.

Hydro-distillates - Vanillas Fruit’s Water (Vanilla Planifolia, Vanilla Tahitensis)

Hydro-distillates

Vanillas Fruit’s Water

Vanilla Planifolia, Vanilla Tahitensis


Vanilla, Ambassadress of islands

Information

While Madagascar, the Comoros and the Reunion island produce “Bourbon” vanilla with its long and thin beans, the West Indies supply a variety called “Pompona”, with large and short fruits ; French Polynesia cultivates the “Tahitensis” variety more “fleshy” with an intense perfume…


Whatever its origin, Vanilla stays one of the most appreciated fruit in the world, as well for its aroma in foodstuffs, as for its fragrance, in cosmetics and perfumery. In the fabrication of this water, two sorts of vanillas are selected for their complementarity of aroma: “Bourbon” vanilla, for its concentration of vanillin, and “Tahitian” vanilla for its aromatic harmony.


This fruit’s water, rich in volatil compounds, carries the virtues of the vanilla fruit for a wide cosmetic use.


More than a decoration plant, several curative virtues are attributed to it according to local pharmacopoeia, from the treatment of headaches (in soaking), to the treatment of the inflammations (in infusion)… Resulting of this extraction process, the very refreshing floral water, carries the Tiare’s vertues and can widely be used in cosmetic area.


Manufacturing Process

After sun drying, Vanilla beans are distilled with steam water under atmospheric pressure, without additive or chemical treatment. Exempt of artificial coloring, this fruit’s water is purified by a sterilizing filtration and stabilized by a preservative in order to keep its freshness.

Manufacturing Process of Hydro-distillates

Botanical Information

Name

Vanilla Planifolia, Vanilla Tahitensis

Family

Orchidacaea

Part of the plant used

Dried Fruit (Bean)

Morphological type

Creeper

Geographical area

Asia regions / Indian Ocean / Pacific regions


Physical
Characteristics

Appearance, 25°C

Liquid

Odour

Wooded, Sweet, Vanilla-flavoured

Colour

Colourless

Specific gravity, 20°C

0,990 – 1,020 Kg/l

Solubility in water

Miscible

Solubility in oil

Immiscible

Solubility in ethanol

Miscible

Chemical
Characteristics

pH

4 – 6

Preservative

Potassium sorbate 0.3%

Bacteriological
Characteristics

Aerobic bacteria

<100 cfu/g

Yeasts – Moulds

<10 cfu/g


Main Composition

Extraction ratio (w/w)

10%

Vanilla “Bourbon” / Tahitensis ratio

70/30 (average & indicative values)

Solvents

Steam water

Chemical compounds

Volatile fraction of vanillas planifolia & tahitensis

Image of Vanilla Main Composition

Chart of Compounds %

A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
0 10
Notation
* Auto-evaluation upon 50 regular vanilla users.

Comparative morphology of the two varieties of vanilla

Image of Vanilla Main Composition
Image of Vanilla Main Composition Section View

Usage Information

Skincare Products

10 – 60%

Lotions & Tonics

40 - 85%

Fruit's Water

Pure or associated to other vegetal waters.
Vanilla is used in the french pharmacopeia, it is exempt from toxicity in the cosmetics limits of use adviced.


Properties

  1. Refreshing and Stimulating
  2. Tonic
  3. Aphrodisiac or Emotional

Cosmetic Uses

  1. Face and body care products
  2. Tonic Lotions & make-up removing lotions
  3. Sun waters
  4. Refreshing sprays
  5. Perfuming vegetal water

Packaging

5 / 25 kg : jerrycan PE-HD


Storage

Store in a cool dry place and in unopened containers away from sunlight.