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    Default Ingredients needed for mens "Freshie"

    First I would like to say thank you for everyone who provides information here as I have been reading a lot of posts over the past few months gleaning as much as I can from your knowledge. I have made a few fragrances the ladies like usually using around 25-30 EO/AC. The mens I have created are lacking for sure and I would like to try a "freshie" so to speak(cool water, sauvage, invictus) at least what I consider a crowd pleaser fresh scent. the tools I have im thinking might be helpful for this are Iso E Super, Hedione, Ambroxon, Calone, all the common citrus EO, Ambergris essence IFF, Aldehyde C-12 Lauric. On the way from PSH- Tangerinol, pear ester, Fixateur 505, Floralozone IFF and Perfect Pineapple from PK :-). What ACs would you consider a must for this type of mission or any that just give that extra edge or pop? Thank you and God Bless!!

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    Helvetolide and habanolide are a must to if you not got them already?

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    Default Re: Ingredients needed for mens "Freshie"

    Dihydromyrcenol, or Dimetol.
    Lime Oxide
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    In addition to Our own PK line, we make Custom Bespoke Perfumes, perfumes for Entrepreneurs needing scents for perfumes or products, Custom Wedding Perfumes, and even Special Event Perfumes.

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    Okay Thank you very much the musks i currently have are Galaxolide, Animalid, Cashmeren and Ambrettolide.

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    Thanks Paul I appreciate it!! Cant wait to try your perfect pineapple and when the wife gives me my next allowance some of your other bases also! Your an inspiration in this game and I am thankful for your input sir.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm Thompson View Post
    Thanks Paul I appreciate it!! Cant wait to try your perfect pineapple and when the wife gives me my next allowance some of your other bases also! Your an inspiration in this game and I am thankful for your input sir.
    You are going to love the Perfect Pineapple Base. It’s an all-star in one of my fragrances.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsouthers View Post
    You are going to love the Perfect Pineapple Base. It’s an all-star in one of my fragrances.
    AWESOME!! I cant wait to get my order and thank you.

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    Terpinyl Acetate might be worth exploring for a bit of extra edge.

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    Thanks Dana I appreciate it!!




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