Linalool is found in fine fragrances, cosmetics, and hygiene products as well as in household and industrial products. Linalool is among the most commonly found fragrance ingredients in consumer products presently available. Linalool is a naturally occurring terpene, present in large amounts in various plants, for example in lavender, rosewood, bergamot and jasmine. Linalool autoxidize on air exposure at room temperature forming hydroperoxides. Compared to pure unoxidized linalool the hydroperoxides of oxidized linalool have shown to be far more allergenic. NOTE: The preparation contains oxidized linalool. The concentration of the active haptens in the preparation is measured from the added amount of the hydroperoxides of linalool. The Hydroperxides of Linalool is also available for testing in a lower concentration (H-031B). Using this lower concentration will decrease the risk of obtaining false positive test results.