Linalool is a naturally occurring terpene alcohol found in essential oils like lavender, basil and coriander. It's widely used in the fragrance and cosmetic industry for its pleasant floral and citrus aroma. In skincare products, linalool is often included as a fragrance component to improve a product's scent and sensory appeal.




Linalool is a naturally occurring fragrance compound found in various plants like lavender, coriander and basil and is extracted from these botanical sources for use in cosmetics and skincare.


Linalool is generally well-tolerated on skin, but can cause skin sensitization or irritation when used in high concentrations.


Creates a Pleasurable Sensory Experience

Linalool's pleasant floral scent can improve the fragrance of skincare products and create a more pleasurable and soothing experience during application.

Soothes and Calms Skin

Linalool's anti-inflammatory properties can help reduce redness and irritation, which make it beneficial for sensitive or inflamed skin conditions.

Protects against Environmental Damage

Linalool's antioxidant properties can help protect skin from oxidative stress to slow the aging process and prevent damage from environmental factors.

Contains Aromatherapeutic Effects

The calming and stress-reducing effects of linalool may contribute to a sense of relaxation during use.