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HELVETOLIDE (FIRMENICH)

Odor: A sophisticated, modern musky note with a fruity pear aspect. Olfactively, between Ambrettolide and Ethylene Brassylate Use: This musk performs particularly well in liquid applications (alcohol solution, shampoo, body wash) and emulsions.

Product Reviews

(14 Ratings, 7 Reviews) Average Rating:
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Greatest musk ever?
Matt S (Pismo Beach, CA) 2/28/2020 11:20 AM
This stuff is so diffusive and is just screaming to be blended with fruits and florals and woods. So much creativity can be done here, right up there with Ambrettolide/Galaxolide in terms of versatility, probably even more so.
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Simply Beautiful
Rise Shuler (New York, NY) 11/26/2017 10:38 AM
Susan sent me a sample and I am orderign an 1 oz. Its beautiful, in love with it.
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Simply Beautiful
Rise Shuler (New York, NY) 11/26/2017 10:38 AM
Susan sent me a sample and I am orderign an 1 oz. Its beautiful, in love with it.
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Diffusion
Mark (New York, NY) 11/30/2014 11:45 AM
Possibly the best musk for boosting diffusion without adding a heavy musky quality. In moderation it adds a wonderful airiness without any animalic connotations. Very versatile.
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Helvetolide
Justus (MI) 7/20/2014 7:12 AM
A favorite of perfumer and author Arcadi Boix Camps, and with good reason: for its radiance, sparkling top notes, and excellent harmony.
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Another fruit musk
Edward (Brixton UK) 7/8/2014 10:05 AM
I find this musk very useful in masculine green perfumes. Some people can not smell all musks.I have no issues and find this musk delightful.
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Mild, dry white musk
MS (LA) 7/4/2014 5:26 PM
A somewhat harsh dry white musk that's very mild and hard to detect. It strikes me as the kind of material that would last for days on a scent strip, but you'd never really smell it. It's a tad astringent, and I can picture it accompanying very soapy notes quite well.
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