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YES!!!! it IS the smell of the air after the rain. Go easy on this one. Even 1% dilution will flatten your composition if you are not careful. Beautiful aroma chemical.
Marcelo Gallegos –
Yes, it’s just as described. A rain/soil/ozonic odor. I find that the 1% is very workable, and haven’t had any problems with overdosing personally. This leads me to believe I need to buy a larger quantity for further experimentation. 😀
this captures the smell after a soft rain, very strong even at this dilution, a lovely addition to blends in small amounts
Not only is this a fantastic rainy air element, but it works wonders for freshening up scents that need to feel livelier and more natural; it’s like opening a window up to fresh air in a composition. The 1% seems to be a nice workable concentration.
Kristen Wegner –
I once left some boxes of clothes in my boyfriend’s basement for a summer, and this is the exact smell they acquired! This is potentially wonderful, and the earthy aspect is definitely there, but it also has an alternate interpretation as something funky and fungal. I would be cautious using it with anything indole or animalic.