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  1. Re: How to reproduce my home-made formula for selling at stores?

    musk ambrette is a nitro musk (a chemical). a good example of these kind of musks is vintage chanel no 5.
    ambrette absolute is ambrette seed, a natural (but it does smell musky).

    the only nitro...
  2. Re: How to reproduce my home-made formula for selling at stores?

    recreating an original formula, especially with naturals, is far from easy. with the naturals they can make an educated guess. but also the synthetics, you've got to have the right ones. from the...
  3. Re: How to reproduce my home-made formula for selling at stores?

    www.perfumersworld.com offers it as a service.
  4. Re: How to reproduce my home-made formula for selling at stores?

    if i remember correctly, they will need 10ml. and it will costs about $100.
    of course you do not get it back, it gets blown (well, heated) to pieces in the process.
  5. Re: How to reproduce my home-made formula for selling at stores?

    mm.. just a thought, weight as many drops as possible on a very accurate scale, then you can make a conversation table.
    make the perfume according to your conversation, and compare. adjust if...
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