Menthyl


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Men´thyl


n.1.(Chem.) A compound radical forming the base of menthol.
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Whipsmart created a completely nontoxic formula comprised of: aloe vera (soothes irritation); allantoin (cleans away dead skin); vitamin E (protects and nourishes); colloidal oatmeal (soothes dry, itchy skin); menthyl lactate (cools and refreshes) and grapefruit essence (freshens naturally).
Draczynska Lusiak and Siewinski (1991) reported the hydroxylation and hydrolysis of ([+ or -])-menthyl acetate (232), 8-hydroxy menthyl acetate (233) and p-menthane-3,8 diol (234) by A mella (Scheme 74).
In addition, [38] reported that, the pulegone, menthofuran and menthyl acetate amounts were lower in the oils of all mints.
It contains Menthyl Lactate to cool the skin and is enriched with Vitamin E and Pro Vitamin B5.
Quantitatively, menthone, isomenthone, menthyl acetate and limonene were the most important of all the components identified.
Menthyl acetate is a monoterpene with the smell and flavor of peppermint.
It contains menthol, menthyl acetate, menthone, isovalerate, cineol, pinene and limonene.
The menthyl ester, menthyl salicylate,which is used in suntan lotions, is formed with menthol.
Menthol oil also contains menthone and menthyl esters.
The chief components of oil include menthol (30(35)-55%), menthone (14-20(32)%), 1,8-cineole (6-8(14)%), isomenthone (2-3(10)%), menthyl acetate (3-5%), neomenthol (2.