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    Default Exaltone v. Exaltolide

    Hello!
    I'm just getting into musks, having only really worked with essential oils before.
    Is it worth having both exaltone and exaltolide please?

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    Default Re: Exaltone v. Exaltolide

    They differ quite a bit, Exaltone is animalic and furry the other is a rounding musk very diffusive. Depends what your'e trying to focus on.

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    Default Re: Exaltone v. Exaltolide

    If money comfortably allows and you have all the very frequently used materials already then certainly yes.

    If budget and lacks of the current library require buying some materials but not others, Exaltone is probably a fairly specialty item to choose at a time when you, as chyprefresh said, want a more animalic deeper musk, (I added the word deeper.) Exaltolide gets much broader use.

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    Default Re: Exaltone v. Exaltolide

    Quote Originally Posted by Zethre View Post
    Hello!
    I'm just getting into musks, having only really worked with essential oils before.
    Is it worth having both exaltone and exaltolide please?
    Yes

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    Default Re: Exaltone v. Exaltolide

    Quote Originally Posted by Zethre View Post
    Hello!
    I'm just getting into musks, having only really worked with essential oils before.
    Is it worth having both exaltone and exaltolide please?
    musks get very addictive the more you get to know about their use. but for starting out, exaltolide is a very good choice, and it will keep you busy get used to its effects, and get more musks then. step by step.

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    Default Re: Exaltone v. Exaltolide

    Exaltone is pretty expensive, Yes as above, I'd start with Exaltolide, and then add Ethylene Brassylate, Galaxolide, Velvione/Ambretone.
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