Perfumes and their Preparation
Containing complete directions for making handkerchief
perfumes, smelling-salts, sachets, fumigating pastils;...
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Perfumes and their Preparation Containing complete directions for making handkerchief perfumes, smelling-salts, sachets, fumigating pastils;...

By George William Askinson
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Table of Contents
  • PERFUMES AND THEIR PREPARATION.
  • PREFACE.
  • CONTENTS.
  • CHAPTER I. THE HISTORY OF PERFUMERY.
  • CHAPTER II. ABOUT AROMATIC SUBSTANCES IN GENERAL.
    • The Division of Aromatic Substances According to their Origin.
  • CHAPTER III. ODORS FROM THE VEGETABLE KINGDOM.
    • The Chemical Constitution of Vegetable Aromatic Substances.
  • CHAPTER IV. THE AROMATIC VEGETABLE SUBSTANCES EMPLOYED IN PERFUMERY.
    • Allspice. Latin—Pimenta; French—Piment; German—Piment; Nelkenpfeffer.
    • Anise. Latin—Pimpinella Anisum; French—Anis; German—Anis.
    • Balm. Latin—Melissa officinalis; French—Melisse; German—Melissenkraut.
    • Bay (Sweet Bay). Latin—Laurus nobilis; French—Laurier; German—Lorbeerfrüchte.
    • Bay (West Indian). Latin—Myrcia acris; French—(Huile de) Bay; German—Bay (-Oel).
    • Benzoin. Latin—Benzoinum; French—Benjoin; German—Benzoëharz.
    • Bergamot. Latin—Citrus Bergamia; French—Bergamote; German—Bergamottefrüchte.
    • Bitter Almonds. Latin—Amygdala amara; French—Amandes amères; German—Bittere Mandeln.
    • Cajuput Leaves. Latin—Folia Cajuputi.
    • Camphor Wood. Latin—Lignum Camphoræ; French—Bois de camphre; German—Campherholz.
    • Caraway Seed. Latin—Semen Carvi; French—Carvi; German—Kümmelsamen.
    • Cascarilla Bark. Latin—Cortex Cascarillæ; French—Cascarille; German—Cascarillarinde.
    • Cassie. Latin—Acacia farnesiana; French—Cassie; German—Acacie.
    • Cedar Wood. Latin—Lignum Cedri; French—Bois de cèdre; German—Cedernholz.
    • Cinnamon. Latin—Cinnamomum; French—Canelle; German—Zimmtrinde.
    • Citron. Latin—Fructus Citri; French—Citron; German—Citronenfrüchte.
    • Citron Flowers. Latin—Flores Citri; French—Fleurs de citron; German—Citronenblüthen.
    • Cherrylaurel Leaves. Latin—Folia Laurocerasi; French—Laurier-cérise; German—Kirschlorbeerblätter.
    • Citronella. Latin—Andropogon Nardus; French—Citronelle; German—Citronella.
    • Clove. Latin—Caryophylli; French—Clous de girofle; German—Nelkengewürz.
    • Cucumber. Latin—Cucumis sativus; French—Concombre; German—Gurke.
    • Culilaban Bark. Latin—Cortex Culilavan; French—Ecorce culilaban; German—Kulilabanrinde.
    • Dill. Latin—Semen Anethi; French—Aneth; German—Dillsamen.
    • Elder Flowers. Latin—Flores Sambuci; French—Sureau; German—Hollunderblüthen.
    • Fennel (Seed and Herb). Latin—Fœniculum; French—Fenouil; German—Fenchel.
    • Frangipanni (see Plumeria).
    • Geranium. Latin—Pelargonium roseum; French—Géranium; German—Geranium.
    • Hedyosmum Flowers.
    • Heliotrope. Latin—Heliotropium peruvianum; French—Héliotrope; German—Heliotropenblüthen.
    • Honeysuckle. Latin—Flores Loniceræ; French—Chèvre-feuille; German—- Geisblattblüthen.
    • Hyssop. Latin—Hyssopus officinalis; French—Hyssope; German—Ysopkraut.
    • Jasmine. Latin—Jasminum odoratissimum; French—Jasmin; German—Jasminblüthen.
    • Lavender. Latin—Lavandula vera; French—Lavande; German—Lavendel.
    • Lemon. Latin—Citrus Limonum; French—Limon; German—Limonenfrüchte.
    • Lemon Grass. Latin—Andropogon citrates; French—Schoenanthe; German—Citronengrass.
    • Lilac. Latin—Flores Syringæ; French—Lilas; German—Fliederblüthen.
    • Lily. Latin—Lilium candidum; French—Lis; German—Lilienblüthen.
    • Mace. Latin—Macis; French—Macis; German—Muscatblüthe.
    • Magnolia. Latin—Magnolia grandiflora; French—Magnolia; German—Magnoliablüthen.
    • Marjoram. Latin—Herba majoranæ; French—Marjolaine; German—Majorankraut.
    • Meadow Sweet. Latin—Spiræa ulmaria; French—Reine des prés; German—Spierstaude.
    • Mint. Latin—Mentha; French—Menthe; German—Minze.
    • Musk-Seed. Latin—Semen Abelmoschi; French—Grains d’ambrette; German—Bisamkörner.
    • Myrrh. Latin—Myrrha; French—Myrrhe; German—Myrrhe.
    • Myrtle Leaves. Latin—Myrtus communis; French—Myrte; German—Myrtenblätter.
    • Narcissus. Latin—Narcissus poeticus; French—Narcisse; German—Narcissenblüthen.
    • Nutmeg. Latin—Myristica; French—Muscade; German—Muscatnüsse.
    • Olibanum. Latin—Olibanum; French—Encens; German—Weihrauch.
    • Opopanax. Latin—Resina Opopanax.
    • Orange Flowers. Latin—Flores Aurantii; French—Fleurs d’oranges; German—Orangenblüthen.
    • Orange Peel. Latin—Cortex Aurantii; French—Ecorce d’oranges; German—Orangenschalen.
    • Origanum.
    • Orris Root. Latin—Radix Iridis florentinæ; French—Iris; German—Veilchenwurzel.
    • Palm Oil. Latin—Oleum Palmæ; French—Huile de Palme; German—Palmöl.
    • Patchouly. Latin—Pogostemon Patchouly; French—Patchouly; German—Patschulikraut.
    • Peru Balsam. Latin—Balsamum peruvianum; French—Beaume du Pérou; German—Perubalsam.
    • Pine-apple. Latin—Bromelia Ananas; French—Ananas; German—Ananas.
    • Pink. Latin—Dianthus Caryophyllus; French—Œillet; German—Nelkenblüthen.
    • Plumeria. Latin—Plumeria; French—Plumeria; German—Plumeriablüthen.
    • Reseda (Mignonette). Latin—Reseda odorata; French—Mignonette; German—Reseda.
    • Rhodium. Latin—Lignum Rhodii; French—Bois de rose; German—Rosenholz.
    • Rose. Latin—Rosa; French—Rose; German—Rosenblüthen.
    • Rosemary. Latin—Rosmarinus officinalis; French—Romarin; German—Rosmarin.
    • Rue. Latin—Ruta graveolens; French—Rue; German—Raute.
    • Sage. Latin—Salvia officinalis; French—Sauge; German—Salbei.
    • Santal Wood. Latin—Santalum album; French—Santal; German—Santalholz.
    • Sassafras. Latin—Lignum Sassafras; French—Sassafras; German—Sassafrasholz.
    • Spikenard. Latin—Nardostachys Jatamansi; French—Spic-nard; German—Nardenkraut.
    • Star-Anise. Latin—Illicium; Semen Anisi stellati; French—Badiane; German—Sternanis.
    • Storax. Latin—Styrax; French—Styrax; German—Storax.
    • Sumbul Root. Latin—Radix Sumbul; French—Soumboul; German—Moschuswurzel.
    • Sweet Almonds. Latin—Amygdala dulcis; French—Amandes douces; German—Süsse Mandeln.
    • Sweet-Flag Root. Latin—Radix Calami; French—Racine de glaïeule; German—Calmuswurzel.
    • Sweet-Pea. Latin—Lathyrus tuberosus; French—Pois de senteur; German—Platterbsenblüthen.
    • Syringa. Latin—Philadelphus coronarius; French—Seringat, Lilac; German—Pfeifenstrauchblüthen.
    • Thyme. Latin—Thymus Serpyllum; French—Thym; German—Thymian.
    • Tolu Balsam. Latin—Balsamum tolutanum; French—Beaume de Tolu; German—Tolubalsam.
    • Tonka Beans. Latin—Fabæ Tonkæ; French—Fèves de Tonka; German—Tonkabohnen, Tonkasamen.
    • Tuberose. Latin—Polianthus tuberosa; French—Tubérose; German—Tuberose.
    • Vanilla. Latin—Vanilla aromatica, Vanilla planifolia; French—Vanille; German—Vanille.
    • Verbena. Latin—Verbena triphylla, Aloysia citriodora; French—Verveine; German—Verbenakraut.
    • Vetiver. Latin—Andropogon muricatus; French—Vétyver; German—Vetiverwurzel.
    • Violet. Latin—Viola odorata; French—Violette; German—Veilchenblüthen.
    • Volkameria.
    • Wallflower. Latin—Cheiranthus Cheiri; French—Giroflé; German—Levkojenblüthen, Goldlack.
    • Wintergreen. Latin—Gaultheria procumbens; French—Gaulthérie; German—Wintergrünblätter.
    • Ylang-Ylang.
  • CHAPTER V. THE ANIMAL SUBSTANCES USED IN PERFUMERY.
    • Ambergris. Latin—Ambra grisea; French—Ambregris; German—Ambra.
    • Castor. Latin—Castoreum; French—Castoreum; German—Castoreum.
    • Hyraceum.
    • Musk. Latin—Moschus; French—Musc; German—Moschus.
    • Civet. Latin—Civetta; French—Civette; German—Zibeth.
  • CHAPTER VI. THE CHEMICAL PRODUCTS USED IN PERFUMERY.
    • A. Chemicals used for the Extraction of Aromatic Substances.
      • Ether.
      • Chloroform.
      • Petroleum Ether.
      • Benzin.
      • Bisulphide of Carbon.
    • B. Chemical Products used for the Preparation of Perfumes.
      • Alcohol,
      • Alloxan.
      • Ammonia.
      • Carbonate of Ammonia,
      • Oil of Bitter Almonds (Oleum Amygdalæ amaræ).
      • Benzoic Acid (Acidum benzoicum).
      • Borax (Sodii Boras)
      • Permanganate of Potassium (Potassi Permanganas)
      • Acetic Acid (Acidum Aceticum).
      • Fats.
      • Chinese Gelatin.
      • Fruit Ethers
      • Acetic Ether,
      • Pine-apple Ether
      • Apple Ether,
      • Pear Ether,
      • Nitrous Ether
      • Fruit Ethers (Fruit Essences).
      • Glycerin.
      • Oil of Mirbane,
      • Paraffin.
      • Pyrogallic Acid
      • Sulphide of Potassium,
      • Starch Flour
      • Vanillin,
      • Vaselin.
      • Spermaceti
      • Wax
      • Subnitrate of Bismuth,
      • Oxide of Tin
    • C. The Colors used in Perfumery.
  • CHAPTER VII. THE EXTRACTION OF ODORS.
    • Pressure.
    • Distillation.
    • Maceration (Infusion).
    • Absorption or Enfleurage.
    • Extraction.
    • The Yield of Essential Oils.
  • CHAPTER VIII. THE SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF AROMATIC SUBSTANCES.
    • Oil of Cassie.
    • Oil of Anise
    • Oil of Bergamot
    • Oil of Bitter Almond (Oleum Amygdale Amaræ),
    • Oil of Cajeput (Oleum Cajuputi)
    • Oil of Calamus (Oleum Calami).
    • Oil of Chamomile (Oleum Chamomillæ).
    • Camphor (Camphora).
    • Oil of Cascarilla
    • Oil of Cassia (Oleum Cassiæ)
    • Oil of Cedar.
    • Oil of Citron.
    • Oil of Lemon (Oleum Limonis, Oleum Citri)
    • Oil of Citronella.
    • Oil of Lemon-Grass.
    • Oil of Coriander (Oleum Coriandri)
    • Oil of Lilac
    • Oil of Geranium.
    • Oil of Heliotrope.
    • Oil of Elder (Oleum Sambuci).
    • Oil of Jasmine,
    • Oil of Cherry-Laurel
    • Oil of Culilaban (Oleum Culilavani)
    • Oil of Caraway (Oleum Cari)
    • Oil of Lavender (Oleum Lavandulæ).
    • Oil of Wallflower
    • Oil of Lily
    • Oil of Lemon (Oleum Limonis),
    • Oil of Sweet Bay (Laurel) (Oleum Lauri)
    • Oil of Magnolia,
    • Oil of Marjoram (Oleum Majoranæ).
    • Oil of Melissa.
    • Oils of Mint.
    • Oils of Mace and Nutmeg (Oleum Macidis and Oleum Myristicæ).
    • Oil of Myrtle.
    • Oil of Narcissus.
    • Oil of Pink,
    • Oil of Clove (Oleum Caryophylli).
    • Oil of Orange Flowers (Oleum Naphæ, Oleum Neroli),
    • Oil of Orange,
    • Oil of Patchouly.
    • Oil of Syringa.
    • Oil of Allspice,
    • Oil of Sweet Pea
    • Oil of Rue (Oleum Rutæ).
    • Oil of Reseda (Mignonette).
    • Oil of Rose (Oleum Rosæ),
    • Oil of Rhodium.
    • Oil of Rosemary (Oleum Rosmarini).
    • Oil of Sage (Oleum Salviæ),
    • Oil of Santal (Oleum Santali).
    • Oil of Sassafras (Oleum Sassafras)
    • Oil of Meadow-sweet (Oleum Spirææ).
    • Oil of Star-Anise (Oleum Anisi Stellati; Oleum Illicii)
    • Oils of Thyme (Oleum Thymi).
    • Oil of Vanilla,
    • Oil of Violet
    • Oil of Verbena
    • Oil of Vetiver (Oleum Ivaranchusæ),
    • Oil of Wintergreen (Oleum Gaultheriæ).
    • Oil of Ylang-Ylang (Oleum Unonæ odoratissimæ)
    • Oil of Hyssop (Oleum Hyssopi)
    • Oils of Cinnamon (Oleum Cinnamomi).
    • Oil of Turpentine (Oleum Terebinthinæ),
  • CHAPTER IX. THE ADULTERATIONS OF ESSENTIAL OILS AND THEIR RECOGNITION.
    • A. Adulteration of Essential Oils with Other Essential Oils.
    • B. Adulteration of Essential Oils with Fixed Oils.
    • C. Adulteration with Alcohol.
    • D. Adulteration with Paraffin, Spermaceti, or Wax.
  • CHAPTER X. THE ESSENCES OR EXTRACTS EMPLOYED IN PERFUMERY.
  • CHAPTER XI. DIRECTIONS FOR MAKING THE MOST IMPORTANT ESSENCES AND EXTRACTS.
    • Extract of Cassie (Extrait de Cassie).
    • Tincture of Ambergris (Extrait d’Ambregris).
    • Tincture of Benzoin (Extrait de Benjoin).
    • Essence of Bergamot (Extrait de Bergamotte).
    • Tincture of Castor (Extrait de Castoreum).
    • Tincture of Musk Seed (Extrait d’Ambrette).
    • Essence of Bitter Almond (Extrait d’Amande).
    • Essence of Calamus (Extrait de Glaïeul).
    • Essence of Cedar (Extrait de Cèdre).
    • Tincture of Cedar (Extrait de Bois de Cèdre).
    • Essence of Citronella.
    • Essence of Lemon Grass (Extrait de Schoenanthe).
    • Extract of Lilac (Extrait de Lilas).
    • Essence of Geranium.
    • Extract of Cucumber (Extrait de Concombres).
    • Extract of Heliotrope (Extrait de Héliotrope).
    • Extract of Jasmine (Extrait de Jasmin).
    • Essence of Lavender (Extrait de Lavande).
    • Extract of Wallflower (Extrait de Giroflé).
    • Extract of Lily (Extrait de Lys).
    • Essence of Lemon (Extrait de Limon).
    • Extract of Magnolia (Extrait de Magnolia).
    • Essence of Peppermint (Extrait de Menthe).
    • Tincture of Musk (Extrait de Musc).
    • Extract of Myrtle (Extrait de Myrte).
    • Extract of Narcissus.
      • 1. Extract of Narcissus (Extrait de Narcisse).
      • 2. Extract of Jonquille (Extrait de Jonquille).
    • Essence of Clove (Extrait de Clous de Girofles).
    • Extract of Pink (Extrait d’Œillet).
    • Extract of Orange Flower or Neroli (Extrait de Fleurs d’Oranges, Extrait de Néroli).
    • Essence of Patchouly (Extrait de Patchouli).
    • Tincture of Balsam of Peru (Extrait de Pérou).
    • Essence of Allspice (Extrait de Piment).
    • Extract of Sweet Pea (Extrait de Pois de senteur).
    • Extract of Reseda (Extrait de Mignonette).
    • Essence or Extract of Rose (Extraits de Rose).
      • Rose Water (Eau de Rose Triple).
      • Extract of Rose (Extrait de Roses Triple).
      • Extract of China Roses (Essence de Roses jaunes).
      • Extract of Sweet-Brier (Wild Rose) (Extrait d’Eglantine).
      • Extract of Moss-Rose (Extrait de Roses Mousseuses).
      • Extract of Tea-Rose (Extrait de Rosa théa).
      • Extract of White Rose (Essence de Roses blanches).
      • Extract of Twin-Roses (Essence de Roses jumelles).
    • Extract of Santal (Extrait de Santal).
    • Tincture of Storax (Essence de Styrax).
    • Tincture of Tolu (Extrait de Baume de Tolou).
    • Tincture of Tonka (Extrait de Tonka).
    • Extract of Tuberose (Extrait de Tuberose).
    • Tincture of Vanilla (Extrait de Vanille).
    • Extract of Violet (Extrait de Violette).
    • Tincture of Orris Root (Extrait d’Iris).
    • Extract of Verbena (Extrait de Verveine).
    • Extract of Verbena A.
    • Extract of Verbena B.
    • Extract of Volcameria (Extrait de Volcameria).
    • Essence of Vetiver (Extrait de Vétiver).
    • Extract of Wintergreen (Extrait de Gaulthérie).
    • Tincture of Civet (Extrait de Civette).
    • Tincture of Cinnamon (Extrait de Canelle).
  • CHAPTER XII. THE DIVISION OF PERFUMERY.
    • True Perfumes.
    • Preparations for the Care of the Skin.
    • Preparations for the Care of the Hair.
    • Cosmetics.
  • CHAPTER XIII. THE MANUFACTURE OF HANDKERCHIEF PERFUMES, BOUQUETS, OR AROMATIC WATERS.
  • CHAPTER XIV. FORMULAS FOR HANDKERCHIEF PERFUMES.
    • Bouquet de l’Alhambra.
    • Extrait d’Ambre, I.
    • Extrait d’Ambre, II.
    • Bouquet de l’Amour.
    • Baisers du Printemps (Spring Kisses).
    • Eau de Berlin.
    • Buckingham Flowers.
    • Bouquet d’Andorre.
    • Bouquet du Bosphore.
    • Bouquet des Chasseurs.
    • Bouquet de la Cour.
    • Bouquet de Chypre.
    • Bouquet des Délices.
    • Bouquet de Fleurs (Nosegay).
    • Convallaria (Lily of the Valley, Fleurs de Mai).
    • Couronne de Fleurs (Garland of Flowers).
    • Court Bouquet.
    • Esterhazy Bouquets.
    • A. Bouquet d’Esterhazy (French formula).
    • B. Bouquet Esterhazy (German formula).
    • Cèdre du Libanon (Cedar).
    • Fiori d’Italia.
    • Lilac (Extrait de Lilas).
    • Essence des Bouquets, A (Ess. Bouquet).
    • Ess. Bouquet, B.
    • Ess. Bouquet, C.
    • Florida.
    • Bouquet de Flore.
    • Heliotrope, A (Extrait de Héliotrope).
    • Heliotrope, B.
    • New-Mown Hay.
    • Royal Horse-Guard’s Bouquet.
    • Bouquet d’Irlande.
    • Hovenia.
    • Huntsman’s Nosegay.
    • Bouquet du Japon.
    • Eau Japonaise.
    • Jockey Club.
      • Jockey Club, A (English formula).
      • Jockey Club, B (French formula).
      • Jockey Club, C (German formula).
    • Jonquille (Extrait de Jonquille).
    • Kiss me Quick.
    • Bouquet Cosmopolite.
    • Cologne Water (Eau de Cologne).
      • A. Finest Cologne Water (Eau de Cologne Supérieure).
      • B. Cologne Water (Second Quality).
      • C. Cologne Water (ordinary).
      • D. Cologne Water.
      • E. Cologne Water.
      • F. Cologne Water.
      • G. Cologne Water.
      • H. Cologne Water.
    • Lavender Perfumes.
      • Eau de Lavande Ambrée.
      • Eau de Lavande Double.
      • Eau de Lavande a Mille Fleurs.
      • Leap-year Bouquet.
    • Eau de Leipsic.
    • Wallflower (Extrait de Giroflé).
    • Lily (Extrait de Lys).
    • Eau de Lisbonne.
    • Magnolia (Extrait de Magnolia).
    • Lily of the Valley.
    • Lily of the Valley Extract.
    • Bouquet a la Maréchale.
    • A la Mode.
    • A. Eau de Mille Fleurs.
    • B. Eau de Mille Fleurs.
    • C. Eau de Mille Fleurs a Palmarose.
    • Fleurs de Montpellier.
    • Fleurs des Champs.
    • Huile de Mille Fleurs.
    • Musk (Extrait de Musc).
    • Mousseline.
    • Myrtle (Extrait de Myrthe).
    • Narcissus (Extrait de Narcisse).
    • Navy’s Nosegay.
    • New-Mown Hay.
    • Pink (Extrait d’Œillet).
    • Essence of Sweet Pea.
    • Polyanthus.
    • Eau du Portugal.
    • Queen Victoria’s Perfume.
    • Patchouly (Extrait de Patchouli).
    • Essence of Reseda.
    • Rondeletia Odoratissima.
    • Royal Nosegay.
    • Rose Odors.
      • Rosa Centifolia, A (Finest Quality).
      • Rose, B (less fine).
      • China Rose (Roses Jaunes).
      • Dog Rose (Eglantine).
      • Moss Rose (Rose Mousseuse).
      • Tea Rose (Rose Théa).
      • White Rose (Roses Blanches).
      • White Rose.
      • Twin Rose (Roses Jumelles).
    • Spring Nosegay.
    • Suave.
    • Heliotrope Bouquet (Fleurs Solsticiales).
    • Bouquet de Stamboul.
    • Syringa.
    • Tulipe Odoriférante.
    • Hungarian Water (Eau Hongroise).
    • Bouquet de Virginie.
    • Violet (Violettes).
    • Verbena A (Extrait de Verveine).
    • Verbena B.
    • Extrait de Verveine C.
    • Violettes des Montagnes.
    • Volcameria.
    • Forest Breeze (Pine-Needle Odor.)
    • West End.
    • Wintergreen.
    • Flowers of the Isle of Wight.
    • Yacht Club.
    • Ylang-Ylang.
    • Appendix.
  • CHAPTER XV. AMMONIACAL AND ACID PERFUMES.
    • A. Ammoniacal Perfumes.
      • Inexhaustible Salt (Sel Inépuisable).
      • White Smelling Salt (Sel Blanc Parfumé).
      • Preston Salt (Sel Volatil).
      • Eau de Luce.
    • B. Acid Perfumes.
      • Aromatic Vinegar (Vinaigre Aromatique).
      • Spiced Vinegar (Vinaigre aux Épices).
    • FORMULAS FOR TOILET VINEGARS.
      • Vinaigre a la Rose.
      • Vinaigre aux Fleurs d’Oranges.
      • Vinaigre aux Violettes.
      • Vinaigre de Quatre Voleurs.
      • Preventive Vinegar (Vinaigre Hygiénique).
      • Vinaigre de Cologne.
      • Vinaigre étheré.
      • Vinaigre de Lavande.
      • Orange-Flower Vinegar.
      • Mallard’s Toilet Vinegar.
      • Toilet Vinegar (French Formula).
      • Vinaigre Polyanthe.
  • CHAPTER XVI. DRY-PERFUMES.
  • CHAPTER XVII. FORMULAS FOR DRY PERFUMES (SACHETS).
    • Ceylon Sachet Powder.
    • Cyprian Sachet Powder.
    • Field Flower Sachet Powder.
    • Frangipanni Sachet Powder.
    • Heliotrope Sachet Powder.
    • Indian Sachet Powder.
    • Lavender Sachet Powder.
    • Marshal Sachet Powder.
    • Mille Fleurs Sachet Powder.
    • Muslin Sachet Powder.
    • Olla Podrida.
    • Patchouly Powder.
    • Persian Sachet Powder.
    • Portugal Powder.
    • Potpourri.
    • Rose Sachet Powder, A.
    • Rose Sachet Powder, B.
    • Santal Powder,
    • Violet Sachet Powder.
    • Violet Sachet Powder.
    • Verbena Sachet Powder.
    • Vetiver Sachet Powder.
  • CHAPTER XVIII. THE PERFUMES USED FOR FUMIGATION.
    • Fumigating Pastils. French—Pastilles fumigatoires; German—Räucherkerzen.
      • Pastilles Orientales.
      • Pastilles du Sérail.
      • Baguettes Encensoires (Fumigating Pencils).
      • Pastilles Odoriférantes.
      • Pastilles Enbaumées.
      • Poudre d’Encens (Incense Powder).
    • Fumigating Papers and Wicks (Bruges Ribbons). French—Papier à fumigations. Ruban de Bruges; German—Räucherpapiere. Räucherbänder.
      • A. Inflammable Fumigating Paper.
      • B. Non-inflammable Fumigating Paper.
    • C. Fumigating Ribbons
    • Fumigating Waters and Vinegars (Eaux Encensoires, Vinaigres Encensoires).
    • Fumigating Powders (Poudres Encensoires).
      • A. Poudre Impériale.
      • B. Poudre de la Reine.
      • C. Poudre Royale.
    • APPENDIX.
      • Some Specialties.
      • Spanish Skin (Peau d’Espagne, Spanisch Leder).
      • Spanish Paste.
  • CHAPTER XIX. HYGIENIC AND COSMETIC PERFUMERY.
  • CHAPTER XX. PREPARATIONS FOR THE CARE OF THE SKIN.
    • Glycerin.
    • Emulsions.
  • CHAPTER XXI. FORMULAS FOR THE PREPARATION OF EMULSIONS, MEALS, PASTES, VEGETABLE MILK, AND COLD-CREAMS.
    • A. Emulsions.
      • Amandine.
      • Glycerin Emulsions. A. Glycerin Cream.
      • B. Glycerin Jelly.
      • Jasmine Emulsion.
      • Tuberose Emulsion.
      • Violet Emulsion.
    • Olivine.
    • B. Meals and Pastes.
      • Simple Almond Paste (Pâte d’Amandes Simple).
      • Almond and Honey Paste (Pâte d’Amandes au Miel).
      • Almond Meal (Farine d’Amandes).
      • Pistachio Meal (Farine de Pistaches).
    • C. Vegetable Milk.
      • Lilac Milk (Lait de Lilas).
      • Virginal Milk (Lait Virginal).
      • Cucumber Milk (Lait de Concombres).
      • Dandelion Milk.
      • Bitter-Almond Milk (Lait d’Amandes Amères).
      • Rose Milk (Lait de Roses).
      • Pistachio Milk (Lait de Pistaches).
    • D. Cold-Creams and Lip Salves.
      • Glycerin Cold-Cream A.
      • Glycerin Cold-Cream B.
      • Camphor Ice (Camphor Cold-Cream).
      • Camphor Ice (Pâte Camphorique).
      • Camphor Balls (Savonettes Camphoriques).
      • Divine Pomade A.
      • Divine Pomade B.
      • Cologne Cold-Cream (Crême de Cologne).
      • Cucumber Cold-Cream A.
      • Cucumber Cold-Cream B.
      • Lip Salve A (Pomade Blanche pour les Lèvres).
      • Red Lip Salve B (Pomade à la Rose Pour les Lèvres).
      • Cherry Salve C (Pomade Cerise).
      • Almond Cold-Cream.
      • Almond Balls (Savonettes d’Amandes).
      • Rosebud Cold-Cream.
      • Violet Cold-Cream (Crême de Violettes).
    • APPENDIX.
      • Nail Powder (Poudre pour les Ongles; Fingernagel-Pulver).
  • CHAPTER XXII. THE PREPARATIONS USED FOR THE CARE OF THE HAIR (POMADES AND HAIR OILS).
  • CHAPTER XXIII. FORMULAS FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF POMADES AND HAIR OILS.
    • A. Pomades.
      • Cantharidal Pomade.
      • Circassian Pomade.
      • Benzoin Pomade A.
      • Benzoin Pomade B.
      • Double Pomades.
      • Crystallized Oil (Huile Crystallisée).
      • Blossom Pomade (Pomade à Fleurs).
      • Bear’s Grease Pomade (Pomade à Graisse d’Ours).
    • Beef-Marrow Pomade (Pomade à Moëlle de Bœuf).
      • Marrow Cream (Crême de Moëlle).
      • Cinchona Pomade (Pomade à Quinquine).
      • Tanno-Quinine Pomade,
      • Castor-Oil Cream (Crême de Ricine).
      • Orange-flower Pomade (Pomade à Fleurs d’Oranges).
      • Heliotrope Pomade (Pomade de Héliotrope).
      • Transparent Pomade.
      • Tonka Cream.
      • Violet Pomade (Pomade des Violettes).
      • Vanilla Cream (Crême de Vanille).
      • Vanilla Pomade.
      • Pomade Philocome.
    • B. Hair Oils.
      • Benzoated Oil (Huile à Benjamin).
      • Huile à l’Ess-Bouquet.
      • Heliotrope Hair Oil (Huile Héliotrope).
      • Jasmine Hair Oil (Huile de Jasmin).
      • Oil of Swiss Herbs.
      • Oil of Burdock Root.
      • Macassar Oil.
      • Peru Hair Oil.
      • Huile Philocome.
      • Portugal Oil.
      • Tonka Oil.
      • Vanilla Oil.
  • CHAPTER XXIV. PREPARATIONS FOR THE CARE OF THE MOUTH.
    • A. Tooth Pastes.
      • Tooth Soap (Savon Dentifrice).
      • Tooth Paste (Pâte Dentifrice).
    • B. Tooth Powders.
      • Quinine Tooth Powder.
      • Cinchona Bark Tooth Powder.
      • Borated Tooth Powder.
      • Homœopathic Chalk Tooth Powder.
      • Camphorated Chalk Tooth Powder.
      • Charcoal Tooth Powder.
      • Cuttlefish-Bone Tooth Powder.
      • Cachous Aromatisées.
      • Pastilles Orientales.
      • Rose Tooth Powder.
      • Sugar Tooth Powder.
      • Chinese Tooth Powder.
    • C. Tooth Tinctures (Lotions) and Mouth Washes (Essences Dentifrices).
      • Eau Anathérine.
      • Eau de Botot.
      • A. French Formula.
      • B. English Formula.
      • Borated Tooth Tincture.
      • Camphorated Cologne Water.
      • Eau de Milan.
      • Eau de Mialhe.
      • Myrrh Tooth Tincture.
      • Chloral Mouth Wash.
      • Potassium Permanganate Water.
      • Salicylated Tooth Tincture.
      • Eau de Salvia.
      • Eau de Violettes.
  • CHAPTER XXV. COSMETIC PERFUMERY.
  • CHAPTER XXVI. SKIN COSMETICS AND FACE LOTIONS.
    • A. White Skin Cosmetics.
      • French White (Blanc Français).
      • Liquid Bismuth White; Pearl White (Blanc Perlé Liquide).
      • Venetian Chalk (Craie Venétienne).
    • B. Red Skin Cosmetics (Rouges).
      • Rouge Végetal Rose Liquide.
      • Rouge en Feuilles.
      • Rouge en Pâte.
      • Rouge en Tasses.
      • Bleu Végetal pour les Veines.
      • Rouge Alloxane (Alloxan Red; Murexide Paint).
    • C. Face Lotions.
      • Freckle Milk (Lait Antéphelique).
      • Freckle Lotion.
      • Eau Lenticuleuse.
      • Lilionese I.
      • Lilionese II.
      • Lotion for Chapped Skin.
      • Eau de Perles.
      • Teint de Venus.
      • Pulchérine.
    • D. Toilet Powders.
      • White Toilet Powder.
      • Pink Toilet Powder.
      • Poudre de Pistaches.
      • Poudre à la Rose.
      • Poudre à la Violette.
      • Poudre Blanche Surfine (Poudre de Riz).
      • Blanc de Perles Sec (Dry Pearl White).
      • Anti-Odorin.
      • Skin Gloss.
    • Kaloderm.
      • Musk Paste (for Washing the Hands).
  • CHAPTER XXVII. HAIR COSMETICS.
    • A. Hair Washes.
      • Eau d’Athènes.
      • Eau Glycerinée aux Cantharides.
      • Eau de Fleurs; Extrait Végétal.
      • Eau de Laurier.
      • Eau de Romarin.
      • Eau Saponique.
      • Eau Victoria.
      • Eau de Roses.
    • B. Hair Tonics.
      • Hair Restorer.
      • Tanno-Quinine Hair Restorer.
      • Baume de Milan pour les Cheveux.
      • Beard Producer.
      • Bay Rum.
  • CHAPTER XXVIII. HAIR DYES AND DEPILATORIES.
    • A. Simple Hair Dyes.
      • Lead Hair Dye.
      • Karsi (Teinture Orientale).
      • Kohol (Teinture Chinoise).
      • Vegetable Dye.
      • Potassium Permanganate.
    • B. Double Hair Dyes.
      • Silver Hair Dyes.
      • Brown Dye.
      • Black dye.
    • Melanogène.
      • Tannin Hair Dye.
      • Eau d’Afrique.
    • Crinochrom.
      • Copper Hair Dye.
      • Eau de Fontaine de Jouvence,
      • Whisker Dye.
    • C. Depilatories.
      • Calcium Sulphide
      • Barium Sulphide,
      • Depilatory Paste.
      • Rhusma
  • CHAPTER XXIX. WAX POMADES, BANDOLINES, AND BRILLIANTINES.
    • A. Wax Pomades.
      • Stick Pomatum.
    • B. Beard Wax.
      • Beard Wax (Cire à Moustaches).
      • Hungarian Beard Wax (Cire à Moustache Hongroise.)
    • C. Bandolines.
      • Bandoline aux Amandes.
      • Bandoline à la Rose.
    • D. Brillantines.
      • Brillantine.
      • Oléolisse.
  • CHAPTER XXX. THE COLORS USED IN PERFUMERY.
    • Yellow Colors.
    • Red Colors.
    • Green Colors.
    • Blue Colors.
    • Violet
    • Brown
    • Black
  • CHAPTER XXXI. THE UTENSILS USED IN THE TOILET.
  • INDEX.
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