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Musk Ambrette

5.00 out of 5
(4 customer reviews)

$7.00$79.00

SDS Musk Ambrette

CAS 83-66-9

This material is a light brownish yellow crystal.

Odor Description: Sweet musk, floral, seedy, ambrette note.

Soluble in alcohol.  Very tenacious.

This material is a classic nitromusk. It is therefore prohibited by IFRA due to potential photosensitization and neurotoxicity.

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Description

SDS Musk Ambrette

CAS 83-66-9

This material is a light brownish yellow crystal.

Odor Description: Sweet musk, floral, seedy, ambrette note.

Soluble in alcohol.  Very tenacious.

This material is a classic nitromusk. It is therefore prohibited by IFRA due to potential photosensitization and neurotoxicity.

 

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WeightN/A
Quantity

5g, 25g, 60g, 200g

4 reviews for Musk Ambrette

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jamie

    The absolute finest of the nitro musks. This is simply gorgeous – sweet, floral, comforting, warm, and incredibly good with florals of any kind. I use this in everything I make for my own use and for friends. Historically it was often used in combination with musk ketone and some fragrances (such as Brut and Canoe by Jean Carles) went far beyond 5% of the total formula in musk ambrette. Without this musk, Brut lost all its character.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Bill Roberts

    A unique musk not used commercially today. Absolutely essential for recreating vintage perfumes which used it, and very distinctive and beautiful character for modern work as well. Rich, beautiful, and powerful.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sandy Carr

    Thanks, Christine, for making this available. I have been very careful with past fragrances to adhere to IFRA standards, but with my not-yet-released green fragrance, this was the perfect musk and fixative I was looking for. It is still in VERY small percentages in the compound, but I am not willing to go back to my other formula.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sebastian Reuter

    This was after the ban of Versalide and Costus Root Oil the third material withdrawn for safety reason in the very beginning of IRFA. And like so often, it concernd of course the most exciting member of all kown musk compunds so far. It’s beauty, substantiviy and sillage properties are unsurpassed as well as it’s ability to blend in a composition. Fragrances like Bandit or Je Revien are un-thinkable without MA. It was used like Hedione. I applied a saturated alc. solution on my clothes on a Friday afternoon, left the house over weekend and when I came back and entered the room three days after, it was still ful of an very pleasureable fragrant atmosphere. Appart of it’s use in formulas, I am useing a saturated alc. solution as signature perfume on winter time (to avoid direct sun exposure, what could be perhaps critical) like a perfume because it needs nothing else. Thank you for making this jewel available!

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