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Charlie Rose –
I have just had the opportunity to start working with this and I love how it has enhanced the wood part of my woodsmoke accord. It’s lovely and I am finding it very easy to work with… It seems to fit well with every mini formulation experiment I perform with it. It also performs better than I imagined it might – straight out of the bottle I initially thought in might need to use more than I actually had to so I was pleased with its performance and tenacity. According to Firmenich it even has cosmetic properties (antimicrobial and skin soothing properties) but I have not tested it out as part of any kind of skincare formulation yet. This strikes me as a material that would be extremely useful and that would have broad appeal. Even on its own it is really pleasant and warm and it does have a creamy facet. I feel like I can appreciate this material best when I’m actually smelling Dreamwood’s performance throughout the drydown when it has been blended into a perfume – and it does last very well.
Its subtle but works really well next to natural sandalwood, works really well in perfumes