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    I am a little confused on their website Iím trying to make a papaya scent and thegoodscentscompany website doesnít give me ingredients unless Iím reading it wrong but Iím new too this and found out perfume oil isnít best to practice with if you want too take this seriously. So if anyone can help me find the ingredients on their site that be nice.

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    Default Re: Thegoodscentscompany

    Is there an index for tgsc demos?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jolieo View Post
    Is there an index for tgsc demos?
    http://perfumersearch.com/Formulae.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by ourmess View Post
    These appear to be only formulas found on free sites other than TGSC.

    I don't know the best way to search TGSC for formulas of a given kind, but my way is to enter into a websearch such as:

    site:http://www.thegoodscentscompany.com/demos/ chypre

    Or in this case:

    site:http://www.thegoodscentscompany.com/demos/ papaya

    For that one, the first instance of "papaya" was well down the page, so I found it with the browser's "Find on Page" function rather than scrolling down at great length.

    The one formula on that particular search hit, but there are more, was:

    Papaya fragrance
    Application: fruit flavors for cosmetics
    Cosmetic, Fragrances and Flavors, Louis Appel, 1982, Novox, Inc. pg. 350
    For Fragrance Use

    10.00 orange oil
    10.00 allyl caproate 1%
    10.00 methyl salicylate
    30.00 methyl heptine carbonate 1%
    20.00 alpha-ionone
    300.00 aldehyde C-16 10%
    50.00 heliotropin
    70.00 aldehyde C-14 10%
    500.00 rose flavor 1
    1000.00 Total

    EDIT Well actually no, there are more search hits but it seems no further fragrance formulas named "papaya." That appears to be the only one.

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    Default Re: Thegoodscentscompany

    Thanks to both - I could only find that one- and frankly , I am a bit intimidated by the “for cosmetics” - idk what that means for the fragrance

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    Not necessarily anything, if one likes how it performs in perfume.

    If Poucher meant the same that I would, my formulas for cosmetics fragrance are not perfume formulas simply added to the cosmetic. I suppose he may be saying this was developed for cosmetic use.

    For example, a fragrance formula in a cream will perform much more as if it were in an oil perfume than in an alcohol perfume. If having a formula for alcohol perfume and wanting to make a quite similar cosmetic fragrance for a cream, I might very well use the same set of ingredients but their proportions would be built up from scratch.

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    Default Re: Thegoodscentscompany

    Thanks Bill, that is helpful- I always just blipped over them because I wasn’t sure if they were much softer, or linear etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by ourmess View Post
    Sorry but it doesn't list all the formulas on their website, so sad...




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