Ambroxan Crystals

Ambroxan Crystals

5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

$8.00$190.00

MSDS AMBROXAN

aka Ambroxide

CAS#6790-58-5

Odor Description: Originally designed to mimic the function (not smell) of natural ambergris, that is, Ambroxan is one of those materials that has more of an effect rather than a characteristic aroma.  It is clean, crisp and has a powdery depth that is also reminiscent of tobacco and clean laundry.

The addition of Ambroxan is known to amplify particularly heart notes, but this is not noticeable until after a few days of blending it in.   Has been described as a sexy, man smell.

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MSDS AMBROXAN aka Ambroxide CAS#6790-58-5 Odor Description: Originally designed to mimic the function (not smell) of natural ambergris, that is, Ambroxan is one of those materials that has more of an effect rather than a characteristic aroma.  It is musky. clean, crisp and has a powdery depth that is also reminiscent of tobacco and clean laundry. The addition of Ambroxan is known to amplify particularly heart notes, but this is not noticeable until after a few days of blending it in.   Has been described as a sexy, man smell. Some fragrances that contain a generous amount of Ambroxan are Oliver Cresp’s Light Blue , Armani’s Code for Men, and Geza Schoen’s Molecule 02.

2 reviews for Ambroxan Crystals

  1. 5 out of 5

    Such an amazing molecule with so many possibilities. I switch between this and Cetalox. For me Cetalox has a softness that Ambroxan lacks but when you want to create more rustic beachy accords, I think Ambroxan brings more contrast. Ambroxan with Hedione, Iso E Super and a blend of white musk can easily fill out the background of a modern style eau de toilette.

  2. 5 out of 5

    I started testing on Ambroxan and I am very impressed. My perfumes are all oil based so I needed to get the Ambroxan in a oil solution.
    So far I tested using almond oil and rosebud oil. I crushed 10% of Ambroxan in the oil and let it rest for some (2) days.

    After 2 days, the oil seemed to absorb the crystals and became somehow slightly cloudy, but way less than expected at first when I crushed the flakes into powder.

    Interestingly enough, the oils typical smells got amplified without any trace of the typical magnificent ambroxan smell. The Rosebud oil fragrance got very nice, the almond oil less so, probably due to the natural basic smell of the respective products. However, after applying the oil on skin, within 10 minutes the Ambroxan started to develop nicely, this, for the following 2-3 hours. The great Ambroxan tone stayed in the skin for about 16 hours after application, in a slightly morphing state. Awesome all the way.

    The alcohol solution was more direct and instantaneous, therefore easier to dose and manage. The hours following application on skin were beautiful but uneventful, unlike when diluted in oils. Definitely better for a quick sell, but I truly was blown away by the slow blossoming of the oily mix.

    I believe, that mixing with other fragrances will be a try and mistake process building perfumes with the oily version; will update these tests results later when I do more experimentations.

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