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    Re: right formula sheet and dosages

    do not think about 100,1000, etc. completely . Make your formula fully satisfying you in the quantities that are necessary for this. Then, using the calculator, (interest calculator google online...
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    Re: A most dry/dried musk at low volatility?

    maybe some musks that have the most powderiness quality ( it looks like a dry) will approach for your purpose : Muscone, L-Muscone, Cosmone (they also have animals) with the addition of Norlimbanol,...
  3. Re: have you smelled the new Armani perfumes? do they have access to materials we don't have?

    Probably you mean the exclusive perfume line "Armani Prive". Perfumery lines like this belong to a rather expensive price category and are created using more expensive (often natural) raw...
  4. Re: Changes in the perception of the mix depending on the ambient temperature.

    Bill thanks for your thoughts! I also come to similar to your understanding of the reasons for this behavior of my perfume blends. I think that apart from everything in this mix I have had still...
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    Re: Dry Leaves in the fall

    Yesterday I also walked through the park strewn with autumn foliage. In some places of the park, in the smell of fallen leaves, I also clearly felt the presence of rose materials such as damascones...
  6. Re: Do you reuse single-use syringes for decanting?

    I'm sorry, I probably inattentively read the title of this topic and I thought that here we are talking about the compilation of perfume compositions. I think that for decanting perfume samples you...
  7. Re: Do you reuse single-use syringes for decanting?

    You can reuse it but you will have difficulties with it... In my opinion the narrow diameter of the needle will get clogged up very quickly by many materials (you can use it only once) and for some...
  8. Thread: Lemon Accord

    by Dmitriy
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    Re: Lemon Accord

    Here I read and I wonder how you are going to make a lemon accord without pinene and gamma-terpinene. www.thegoodscentscompany.com/gca/gc1014872.html
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    Re: Ethanol not mixing oil

    Apparently, some of your essential oils (or all) is not 100% and contains as a supplement fatty (jojoba, coconut, etc.) base oils or something else. Ask a question to your supplier.
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    Re: Dry Leaves in the fall

    Of the materials with which I am familiar for dry autumn leaves, I would take as a basis a Magnolan accord with Immortelle oil (absolute) plus a little of; Vetiver, Cedar materials, a shade of...
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    Re: fragrance mixture solidity

    Most of essential oils mix well with ethanol. Buy ethanol (not vodka) with the lowest percentage of water possible. Never add water to your aromatic mixture.
  12. Re: questions about blending, dilution + evaluation of odours

    As a rule, the final aromatic compound becomes smoother, rounded after ripening time. When you are working on the creation of various parts of the fragrance (accords, bases) you do not need to wait...
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    Re: evolution of an oil

    Such a database in the public domain most likely does not exist. I think all these records are created by perfumers for personal use, they are very subjective in definitions and therefore can only be...
  14. Thread: Coffee Blossom

    by Dmitriy
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    Re: Coffee Blossom

    There they sell "Lily of the valley absolute" too. Perhaps they are the first in the world who was able to extract it..)))))
    It looks like a two sites yet with fake materials for perfumes from...
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    Re: Sweet Tonka note but not Gourmand

    For example, you can make an accord using even just coumarin but not develop it in a gourmand direction. I donít know how at present, but before coumarin was present in so many types of perfumes...
  16. Re: Depth to floral perfume with only naturals

    Judging by your description, your composition lacks a full-fledged base accord. Make a good base accord using such notes that are more suitable for your concept (vetiver, patchouli, sandalwood,...
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    Re: descriptions of some new fragrance chemicals

    In fact, for the successful use the individual notes when creating perfumes, it is very important that each person studying this craft to have to do the own description of each of these materials....
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    Re: Juicy Apple accords

    For example, you can take the "Red Apple key accord" from Perfumersapprentice as the basis and change it in the direction you need.

    ETHYL METHYL BUTYRATE 5
    CYCLA C- TRIPAL 10 ...
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    Re: How to compose?

    1. You need to start studying your materials: Put them on blotters, smell them and write down all your sensations about each smell (what type is it? Green? Fruity? Transparent or not? Is it a pear or...
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    Re: How to compose?

    I absolutely agree with everything that was said above Bill Roberts and bsouthers. I also think that you first need to start making simple accords (which you will later use in your project) and...
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    Re: Cardamom linear?

    I think that something is wrong with your sample. It does not look like Cashmeran at all, there is no musky aroma there, just like green cardamom and pine.
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    Re: Cardamom linear?

    Pay attention also to Prismantol, which in addition to cardamom (it is like the smell of green cardamom pods) has a shade of pine and it lasts quite a long time, much longer than TGSC says ...
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    Re: Any suppliers who have ripped you off?

    I think everyone here will be very grateful to you if you provide the contact details of these suppliers from India with high-quality materials with whom you dealt (which naturally work with retail...
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    Re: Any suppliers who have ripped you off?

    https://www.shivaexportsindia.com Send this to the same blacklist. These guys also have several sites where they sell fakes. And unfortunately, almost all stores from India will be there. This...
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    Re: can someone describe immortelle

    The fact is that the description of other people will not help you to remember and work with this material (as with any other). You need to find your own definitions and associations related with...
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    Re: Extend Longevity of EO Grapefruit and Mint?

    Strange.)) I thought you should have no problems shopping in England. There all these substances are in https://pellwall.com/product-category/ingredients-for-perfumery/ I also ask friends to bring a...
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    Re: Has my Osmanthus ab gone off?

    According to your description, this has nothing to do with the osmanthus absolute. I do not think that the real thing could have changed so much in the alcohol solution even after years. Get from...
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    Re: Extend Longevity of EO Grapefruit and Mint?

    Whatever you call grapefruit materials there will not extend it . You need Paradisamide, Pamplefleur, Khusinil, Magnolan. For peppermint (approximately) this is L-Carvone, Mint Lactone and...
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    Re: Do anyone knows about mechanism of accord(s)?

    There, the whole point is to learn how to create beautiful harmonious combinations (interesting) of our perfume materials very carefully watching how they interact with each other. There are some...
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    Re: Do anyone knows about mechanism of accord(s)?

    I am unfortunately not familiar with these two aroma chemicals. Analyze their smells a very very attentively. Is it really one of them have exactly the smell like a natural grapes and second...
  31. Re: Non American members - Where do you buy your materials from?

    it's not so easy there unfortunately. These companies will give you a few samplers, provided you buy something from them in kilograms. No one in samplers will provide you with his entire range. And...
  32. Re: Non American members - Where do you buy your materials from?

    i buy something from Liaison Carbone,( Rebekka, by the way, can get what are you looking for if you ask her) something from Perfumersworld, something from Perfumersupplyhouse (still good price first...
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    Re: Anyone ever ordered from perfumersworld.com?

    All the materials that I bought from them (quite a lot) were of decent quality, maybe exept something a spoils very quickly (like hexyl cinnamic aldehyde).I didnít buy a lot of natural raw...
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    Re: Anyone ever ordered from perfumersworld.com?

    Yes indeed they have reasonable prices for delivery. But unfortunately, compared with Pell Wall or PA, they have a limited range of aroma chemicals which does not change over the years. They...
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    Re: Time between diluting and blending

    I think you are doing everything right. Everyone just has their own approach and way of working, everywhere there are pros and cons. Start mixing your materials and with experience you will...
  36. Thread: Loss of smell

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    Re: Loss of smell

    Julian hold on buddy! I am also familiar with unfortunately the long loss of the ability to smell. And from my experience, I can say that of course you must try to maintain a positive mood, a diet...
  37. Re: Hmmm, What makes Ammonia? I have an Ammonia note appearing in the bottle headspace.

    Yes, Paul, that's quite a bit .. There of course it is possible that this aldehyde manifests itself in combination with some of the other ingredients of the mixture. Something can still push it...
  38. Re: Hmmm, What makes Ammonia? I have an Ammonia note appearing in the bottle headspace.

    Paul, Iím pretty sure that you are right and this isovaleraldehyde gives this ammoniac tinge of smell, perhaps along with something else. He has just hellish power! When I received a package with...
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    Re: Long Lasting Linalool Types

    Fine! If I get it right you are looking for notes direction al Linalool with good durability. Please note that despite of all the listed advantages: Lavender aldehyde, Coranol, Ethyl linalool ...
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    Re: Long Lasting Linalool Types

    I also vote primarily for Florol and you can pay attention to Linalyl cinnamate this is not a loud ingredient in the direction of Linalool slightly balsamic, but it have a good fixing properties
  41. Changes in the perception of the mix depending on the ambient temperature.

    Guys, I wonder what you do with your mix? I've been working on a green accord of the jasmine direction for a long time and I was already pleased with the result. But now in Moscow the weather is...
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    Re: Study plan suggestions

    I also completely agree, this is the most important! :smiley::thumbsup:
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    Re: Study plan suggestions

    In fact, the answer is very simple in my opinion. Study your materials thoroughly: Sniff, sniff, and smell them (and everything around too, if you can, 24 hours a day) study everything (their...
  44. Re: Fruity molecules used in patchouli accord?

    For my taste, the note of coffee can add a dirtier aspects of other components ( it happens often even in professional creations) and I would also look at the quantity and function in this regard...
  45. Re: Fruity molecules used in patchouli accord?

    In my opinion, almost any sweetish fruit shade is good with patchouli. For example, I like the combination with Nectaryl or aldehyde C-14.
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    Re: Cherry note used in patchouli gourmonds?

    For me, an explicit shade of cherry gives a mixture of coumarin and anisyl acetate. You can also use 4-methyl benzaldehyde (it is very strong!) And in any case, you will need to create a accord of...
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    Re: Citrus essential oils in ethanol solustion!

    Hi SanJuanWinnie! Yes, all my citrus oils after dissolving in alcohol, I put a closed bottle in to the freezer (-15 C) and in the next morning I take an ordinary filter paper and a glass...
  48. Re: Anyone have personal experience with these materials?

    It is interesting! I need to look at it closely... Maybe I'm missing something)) So far for me there is a lot of turbidity in it. It something reminds me (on the quality of smell, not notes) to...
  49. Re: Anyone have personal experience with these materials?

    I have everything except Cinnamyl cinnamate. Methyl cinnamate is my favorite is a bright chemical, it has a very little of cinnamon and it has good berry shades of cherry or slightly strawberry...
  50. Thread: Fruity Rose

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    Re: Fruity Rose

    Honestly, Rose Oxide for me is the least associated with your description of smell. (for my nose, this is not at all fruity). Iím pretty sure that this is a chord (which you need to build) and not a...
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    Re: A Creation technique

    For example, Hedion, Farnesol, Iso-e Super, Vertenex, Ethyl linallol, etc. Everything depends of course on each specific formula for which you do it.
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    Re: A Creation technique

    I make my initial test mix to create acсords in very small quantities (less than 1 ml. Or 20-30 drops) so I have the opportunity each time to start again after the correction. I do these tests with...
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    Re: Sourcing natural raw materials

    You can of course experiment with different suppliers, but especially for all of us at the top there is a topic that already indicated reliable suppliers are proven by many many people. Judging by...
  54. Re: Looking for non citrus topnote suggessions for a vetiver fragrance

    Pay attention also to linallol, rosewood oil ,tetrahydrolinalool,, aldehydes: C-6, C- 9, Helional, Ginger oil, alpha-
    terpineol, Сalone . But with citruses will still be more beautiful, in my...
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    Re: beta terpinyl acetate CAS: 10198-23-9

    may be guided by your nose, to add a desired shade using other available material to alpha terpenyl acetate? Just as a suggestion, I'm not familiar with the beta ..
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    Re: symroxane: what do we know about it?

    I suppose that when we talk about the exclusivity of some material, this means that it has some particular smell profile (shades..) that are not found among the other molecules of this family. That...
  57. Re: PFW's Rubarbus HI the same as Dihydro Isojasmonate

    As I understand it, Rubarbus and Dihydro iso jasmonate are all the same substance. Guys, I just got this material and when testing it in 100% I get: green, grassy, slightly mushroom, oily smell, even...
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    Re: Pine/juniper fixative

    Pay attention also to Prismantol, Norlimbanol, Plicatone.. Cedramber
    Cedroxyde I agree too. But in any case, you will need to make a full and multi-part basic accord (by adding other ACs too)...
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    Re: Got a few newbie questions

    You will find there a lot of useful information http://www.basenotes.net/threads/393147-Welcome-new-at-DIY-fragrance-members!-Read-this-first
  60. Re: Please help with iso e super/alcohol weight

    all professional perfumers work by weight, and then using the specific weight of ethanol they pour it into the desired (for example, 80 grams per 100 ml bottle) volume of the bottles and that's all.
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    Re: Sweet fruity plum/mirabell base note

    Look for combinations between Pyroprunat ,Apritone, and Beta Damascone. There you will need to add something else, but in my opinion you can take these AC as a basis....
  62. Re: Please help with iso e super/alcohol weight

    You do not need to use specific gravity if you do not want to know how much volume will have this solution . To obtain 100 grams of a 20% solution of Iso-E Super you need to dissolve 20 gr. of Iso-E...
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    Re: useful tips on powder dilution

    I do not know exactly from the DPG but all the molecules except Yara-Yara are well soluble in ethanol.(I really did not try it in the 50% concentration) For Yara-Yara, you most likely need Diethyl...
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    Re: advice on my next order

    about your list, I would also vote for Cedroxide
    Gamma hexalactone
    Phenylhexanol the rest, in my opinion, you can skip. Cedrone s has a lot in common with cedar oil but not so many-sided
  65. Thread: Acrylate

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    Re: Acrylate

    for me, Peonile always had a strong shade of plastic, if that would be useful.
  66. Re: How long before diluted absolutes are ready for use

    You can use your solutions on the next day after preparation, although some absolutes will improve over time. To work with solidified materials, simply heat them up by putting them in a bowl with hot...
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    Re: Advice on long lasting mint note

    You can pay attention to L-Carvone, it has a shade of peppermint but herbal cumin and is also a rather tenacious molecule.
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    Re: Disposable Pipettes

    I can only answer about my mixing methods. I work only with diluted materials in alcohol with 10%, 20%, or 1% some and 5% in ethanol. Do you think someone there can survive at an alcohol...
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    Re: Disposable Pipettes

    There is no problem with this. Each composition after it has been fully assembled is aged for a certain (month) time and undergoes mandatory filtration before spilling into bottles. Each pipette,...
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    Re: Disposable Pipettes

    I also use Pasteur disposable plastic pipettes, but I make them reusable. I buy not wide tubes and sign each of them and use it as a holder for one of the disposable pipettes, which I work with this...
  71. Re: The problem of creation a "clear sounding" accords and compositions ..

    Thanks for the tips! Yes, Iím also trying to learn how to make my own bases (Iím experiencing the aforementioned difficulties in this matter ..) and therefore I donít use some perfume bases from...
  72. Re: The problem of creation a "clear sounding" accords and compositions ..

    Yes, this is certainly one of the most important skills, the ability to use the positive aspects of the ingredients, but to hide their shortcomings. In any case, I will study...))
  73. Re: The problem of creation a "clear sounding" accords and compositions ..

    Yes I agree! This is really a very difficult subject as it turned out. Therefore, I am so sorry that there is no possibility at least sometimes to consult a professional person (thank God that there...
  74. Re: The problem of creation a "clear sounding" accords and compositions ..

    But there it is important to have a sufficient variety of materials (I'm not talking about exclusive ones) in order to choose those that go well together and complement each other, but even this is...
  75. Re: The problem of creation a "clear sounding" accords and compositions ..

    Yes, I also think that limited access to diverse and high-quality materials for individual perfumers is one of the reasons (probably not the main one) of the difficulty to create clear harmonious...
  76. Re: The problem of creation a "clear sounding" accords and compositions ..

    matt, thank you for your reflections and I want to say that I agree with the majority of your theses, although probably as always the truth is located somewhere in the middle .. The matter for me...
  77. The problem of creation a "clear sounding" accords and compositions ..

    Guys, I wonder how you define for yourself (and itís especially interesting how it actually happens in industry professionals!) When the created accord has a clear, pure consonance, and no have any...
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    Re: Register with BLHSAS.. Help please!

    Thank you very much! will do it.))
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    Re: Register with BLHSAS.. Help please!

    Hi perfectscent! Thanks for the explanation! So probably the Russian equivalent is the license number of my business I need to give them. But for example, can I provide my friends' business data...
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    Re: Register with BLHSAS.. Help please!

    Yes, I contacted them via email, (my friend wrote them in French) now I want to do it directly. They send the registration form (I have in French) to then register with the company and then send the...
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    Re: Register with BLHSAS.. Help please!

    Yes, Paul, in Russia there are distributors from these companies (but very few!) And there you should buy at least 1 kg of material, as a rule which is still a lot to me.. Blhsas is a French company...
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    Register with BLHSAS.. Help please!

    Guys, can any of you who have experience to purchases from BLHSAS company to explain me in simple words what needs to be provided to register with them? They ask for a SIRET number or quote: "un...
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    Re: How do you cultivate taste?

    In order to develop taste in any field of art, all that is needed is time and the desire to plunge deeper and deeper into the study of this subject. You can study the work of real masters of this...
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    Re: Ideas about Muguet chemicals

    Exactly !!:laugh:
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    Re: Ideas about Muguet chemicals

    In addition to the materials you have listed, the accord of the lily of the valley always includes a small amount of green accord in the direction of not sweet jasmine plus citronellol. Make this...
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    Re: What can be used with mimosa

    Look it here : http://www.thegoodscentscompany.com/demos/dm1542461.html
  87. Re: What percentage of Synthetics to add to Naturals

    There really are no rules, you decide everything as the author of the composition. You can create as completely natural perfumes as fully synthetic. But for an example .. modern commercial aromas,...
  88. Is it possible to buy perfumery materials in Dubai and Paris..?

    Guys, maybe someone has information, is it possible to buy something from perfume materials for our needs in small quantities in Paris and in Dubai ..? Basically, I'm interested in synthetics and...
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    Re: Minimizing odor in a home hobbyist lab

    The working surface must be non-absorbent odors. Best of all is the glass! Do not allow any spills of material! All materials must be stored in tightly closed impermeable for odors boxes (thick...
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    Re: sweet honey rose base

    Pay atention also to Geranyl Phenylacetate. This is a very long honey-rose note in the tonality of geraniol, natural, but not heavy.
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    Re: Cloning Pinaud Citrus Musk

    it can be anything, or specially prepared accords. or natural components. or even individual molecules with the smell of jasmine, lily of the valley and so on. Exactly what is in the mixture can tell...
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    Re: Cloning Pinaud Citrus Musk

    I'm not familiar with this fragrance, but on . fragrantica.com in the official pyramid of perfume: Top notes: Lemongrass, Lime, Lemon and Bergamot; middle notes: Jasmine, Lily of the Valley and...
  93. Re: What are the best questions to ask one`s self while creating an accord?

    it seems to me this is clear. it's always only two simple questions that are interrelated .. For what purpose do I create this chord and what should it bring to my composition.
  94. Re: Beginner question on evaluating natural materials at concentration

    :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup: This is VERY VERY important! Most materials will show you all their shades only in a dilute state, almost always, 10% dilution is needed for this, if you want to...
  95. Thread: about dry wood

    by Dmitriy
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    Re: about dry wood

    Oh sure! I just wanted to say again that probably your definition from this smell will be slightly different than mine. )) When I just received this material, I did not appreciate it at all...
  96. Thread: about dry wood

    by Dmitriy
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    Re: about dry wood

    hm )), how much odor perception is individual! For me Cedarwood terpenes is not at all dry, but rather like a wet old tree. And from the single molecules closest to the smell of dry wood is the...
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    Re: Adding diffusion to Leather Perfume

    No, they are very different. I also vote for Ambrocenide.)) Maybe even try adding a very small amount of Safralein and Evernyl.? In my experience, microdoses of high impact materials work well for...
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    Re: "it smells like a cosmetics bag"

    Phenylethyl alcohol is what is contained in the smell of every lipstick. In my opinion lily-of-the-valley materials (Leeral, Hydroxycitronellal, etc.) plus ionones will give you a pronounced cosmetic...
  99. Re: Benzyl alcohol: please help me understand. Struggling with it from the beginning

    Only to supplement what has already been said by other people .. Of course it is very important to know how all the perfume ingredients smell in the best, unchanged (not spoiled) quality. But also it...
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    Re: Perfumery ingredients in India

    Yes, I just wanted to confirm the words needaname! CG Herbals sent me a letter also with the notice of the closure of their site, but with information to apply for small purchases to their parent...
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