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    Hi everyone,

    Sorry if you already asked this question. How can I add cold to a mixture? Just cold (no pine, no mint ...).
    Thank you

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    I don't think you can. Almost every fragrance that is "cold" will have menthol or camphor.

    Aquaflora sort of has the feeling of a cold blue sea, but it also smells a bit reminiscent of aftershave.

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    Default Re: Cold

    cylcamen adehyde
    aldehyde C-12
    allyl amyl glycolate
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    Default Re: Cold

    Trace amounts of Ultrazur

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    If you wish, you can look around for a chemical that actually produces a physical cooling sensation, instead of just a smell of "Cold".
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    Default Re: Cold

    Quote Originally Posted by pkiler View Post
    If you wish, you can look around for a chemical that actually produces a physical cooling sensation, instead of just a smell of "Cold".
    Cool idea! Z11 MIP might be one of the less obvious ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xii View Post
    Cool idea!
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    check out Starfluer (IFF)

    this was the only chemical ive ever messed with that gave me the "chills". Its ozonic and floral, but smelling it heavily reminds me of when i take a deep breath of cold winter air. Its chilling and brisk every time i sniff it.
    ...bathing in perfumes...

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    Thanks for the tips

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    I get cold, like cold winter air similar to Starfleur, from Helional.




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