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  1. Fruity Herbacious Gardenia fragrance initial structure

    Hi Folks;
    I am putting together a personal project and I am looking for some feedback/ suggestions in many areas of my creation. The primary idea is to create an fruity herbaceous gardenia- orange...
  2. Re: Jean Carles method, replacing materials

    I wanted to share the information Travis from Perfumers apprentice shared with me on email in case anyone is interested or has any questions

    Ambergris 162B - Suggested Substitution: absolute...
  3. Re: Jean Carles method, replacing materials

    Thank you RSG!!
    I have been using the methodology to mix materials for a while and have an arsenal of accords, but I wanted to experiment with original materials or as close to them as possible to...
  4. Re: Jean Carles method, replacing materials

    Thank You Pears ! thats a nice list of replacements
  5. Re: Jean Carles method, replacing materials

    Thank you Paul !
  6. Jean Carles method, replacing materials

    Hi Folks;

    I recently embarked in experimenting with Jean Carles's original accord creation method. A lot of the materials are no longer being made, banned or not available in the market.
    I was...
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    Re: Inquiry grasse institute of Perfumery

    Hi Anas ;

    I attended Grasse institute last summer for a 2 week level 1 course and it was amazing !
    I had taken two courses previously at Pratt institute and I had studied on my own, but Grasse...
  8. Perfumers education - ISIPCA SUMMER COURSES

    Hi;
    I took a 2 week course in Grasse last year and I wanted to get a different experience this year so I signed up for ISIPCA's advanced formulation 1 week course.

    I am aware of the school...
  9. Thread: Sinocitral

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    Sinocitral

    Is anyone familiar with Sinocitral?
    I believe Givaudan Created this base but is no longer available. How is it related to Ozonil , tridecene 2 nitrile ? ? Could this base be recreated ?
    If anyone...
  10. Re: Dilution Advice Needed and help needed to develop a Wood Soke accord and a fall leaves accord

    Rebecca;

    Most people dilute materials for a number of reasons.

    1- if you blend its a lot more cost effective to blend materials and save some pure for later use. Also adding alcohol allows for...
  11. Re: Turning a formula for EDT into a shower gel

    Hi Paul;

    I think the problem was the base all along. I used an organic base that a friend gave me and I think it was too old.
    I will repeat my experiments next week when I get the new base and...
  12. Re: Turning a formula for EDT into a shower gel

    Thank you for your support !
    I am receiving a new base for the soap tomorrow, hopefully that will take care of the issues I experienced. I used an organic based that a friend provided and I think...
  13. Re: Turning a formula for EDT into a shower gel

    I used Cupressus Sempervirens, organic from Spain
  14. Re: Turning a formula for EDT into a shower gel

    Thank You Julian; I will take your notes in consideration.
    I was aware of stability issues with Lemon and thought of creating a lemon with other notes and editing the Essential Oil off the...
  15. Re: Turning a formula for EDT into a shower gel

    Here is the Base formula

    91245
  16. Re: Turning a formula for EDT into a shower gel

    would you dilute the raw materials in any specific medium for a shower gel or add them in their natural state at full strength (even solids) ?
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    Re: Perfume Candle

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    Re: Perfume Candle

    I just read this post and I think some of my questions apply,

    If I create a fragrance for Alcohol perfume (I generally dissolve raw materials at 10% ) and want to use it for a candle formula. ...
  19. Re: Turning a formula for EDT into a shower gel

    Thank you Paul, I started that process and also emailed the base manufacturer to see if there are any specific material contraindication.
    All I read is that Lemon sometimes is unstable in shower gel...
  20. Re: Turning a formula for EDT into a shower gel

    Hi Julian, thank you for your reply
    Actually the formula posted at 10% was in Perfumers alcohol , but I mixed the materials in the same proportion with no alcohol to create the formula for the...
  21. Turning a formula for EDT into a shower gel

    I don't have much experience with funcional product scent creation but I've created this simple Eau de Cologne formula bellow and I liked it enough to possibly create a shower gel or liquid soap with...
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    Re: Black Tea Accord

    Great, so I assume all incredients are undiluted but índole is at 50% and aldehyde at 10%..
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    Re: Black Tea Accord

    Hi Cybervoltage;

    Thank you for sharing your tea accord ! I am assuming your Indole is at 1% dilution in the formula. Correct ?

    I would appreciate any feedback you could provide
  24. Re: Looking for Perfumery amateurs in NYC to form study group

    Hi Campfiresmell !
    Sorry for my delayed reply, I guess my notifications were off. I just read your message.

    Grasse was amazing! I shared a class with some amazing people and learned a lot. Not...
  25. Re: Looking for Perfumery amateurs in NYC to form study group

    I am so sorry KatyD I never replied ! For some reason i never received a notification

    I have very mix feelings about Pratt's course.

    If you are a total beginner and want to learn the basics...
  26. Cloudy or milky Ylang Ylang & Juniper when mixing with perfumers alcohol

    I have been creating a line of linen waters but my formulas with Ylan Ylang , Juniper and a few others turn milky white when mixed in with the alcohol base.
    Does anyone know why this occur or if...
  27. Looking for Perfumery amateurs in NYC to form study group

    Hello eveyone;

    I have recently completed an advance perfumery course at Pratt in NYC and a two week summer coursein Grasse, France
    I am very interested in forming a study group in NY to study...
  28. Re: E. Roudnitska - The Novice and his Palette (Dragoco Report 1/1982)

    Thank you Paul ! I was missing one of those
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    Re: Musks of plant origin

    Thank you for that , I will look into it !
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    Re: Musks of plant origin

    Hi MezNez; I actually use both but they are both Polycyclic musk and I am trying to avoid them and formulate only with plant origin musk
  31. Re: E. Roudnitska - The Novice and his Palette (Dragoco Report 1/1982)

    Hi Paul , I believe Roudnitska has a few more article in other issues of the DRAGOCO repor. Not sure if that is enough to be able to search thou then. Anything written by him would be amazing
    Or ...
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    Re: Musks of plant origin

    Thank you Joev , I will give it a try !
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    Re: Tincture trial

    Thank you Pkiller!
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    Re: Tincture trial

    I love tinctures but have some issues when trying to be exact creating an accord or a fragrance that I would like to recreate at some point.

    If the material I am tincturing is a resin and it...
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    Musks of plant origin

    I have been looking into using only musks of plant origin like Ambrette seeds and Angelica without much success. Are they any others I do not know ?

    I can't seem to formulate as well as when using...
  36. Re: E. Roudnitska - The Novice and his Palette (Dragoco Report 1/1982)

    Thank you for sharing that !! Do you have any other docs like that one?
    Do you know when applying the same methodology for florals , aromatics etc would look like ?(meaning within the family to...
  37. Re: Dragoco report 1/1982 the novice and his perfume palette roudnitska

    I never used Dipentene in a blend. I am only studying families, their analogs and constituents.
  38. Re: Dragoco report 1/1982 the novice and his perfume palette roudnitska

    so if I am understanding correctly Dipentene is an equal mix of D & L limonene.
  39. Re: Dragoco report 1/1982 the novice and his perfume palette roudnitska

    Amazing ! thanks
  40. Re: Dragoco report 1/1982 the novice and his perfume palette roudnitska

    Thank you Jsparla for that. When I go to buy Limonene and Dipentene some sites show it as the same or there is only Limonene available.
    Look at this link bellow ...
  41. Re: Dragoco report 1/1982 the novice and his perfume palette roudnitska

    thank you for that. When I go to buy Limonene and Dipentene some sites show it as the same or there is only Limonene available.
    Look at this link bellow ...
  42. Dragoco report 1/1982 the novice and his perfume palette roudnitska

    Hi there;

    I have been practicing some of the exercises suggested by Mr Roudnitska on this paper.
    The exercise consist in smelling aroma chemicals from one family at a time at different times of...
  43. Re: Using multiple medium dilutions together to test accord combinations

    Thank you !
    Exactly, I don't know how that solvent behaves in the accord specially when I am mixing materials disolved mainly in Ethanol.
  44. Using multiple medium dilutions together to test accord combinations

    Hello everyone ;

    I have been practicing creating dilutions and different accord combinations but had stumbled on a few raw materials I own.
    I generally dilute to 10% in perfumers alcohol because...
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    Re: Diluting Raw Materials

    Thank you for pointing me in the right direction!

    Best

    Gus
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    Re: Diluting Raw Materials

    Thank you Furrypine, I appreciated it !
  47. Thread: Diluting

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    Re: Diluting

    Hello Shakster007;

    Keep in mind diluting raw materials in oil base products won't be suitable for perfumery. Only for Aromatherapy use and some body oils and lotions.
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    Diluting Raw Materials

    Hello everyone !
    I am new to the site and have many questions regarding dilution of raw materials.
    I have studied all different families thoroughly, but haven’t dived into practicing accords and...
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