Ultraviolet for women Study – Formula

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Ultraviolet is a Amber Floral fragrance for women. Top notes are Pepper, Orange Pepper, Pimento, Apricot, Coriander, Fresh Almond and Brazilian Rosewood; middle notes are Violet, Japanese Osmanthus, Rose and Jasmine; base notes are Vanilla, Amber, Patchouli and Cedar.

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Note: This formula is inspired by the fragrance stated here, using GCMS analysis data and our nose,is not an exact copy. The original formulations belong to the respective brands. We are not affiliated with any fragrance brand mentioned here. The presented images are merely illustrative. Our formulas are composed for educational purposes, inspired by the most popular perfumes on the market. It may be the basis for your personal experiments, studies or researches.

2 reviews for Ultraviolet for women Study – Formula

  1. stefan.evrard@gmail.com
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Great formula! Very interesting one, so many tiny amounts of dilluted ingredients, which can be tricky when making a small amount, but overall after finishing it there’s a very interesting freshness from the pink pepper. Not many citruses or no DHM or linalyl acetates, but it still smells light and fresh. Very nice and nostalgic

  2. konstantin.mihov@gmail.com
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    In full agreement with stefevr’s review.

    In high school, there was a girl wearing this many years ago – I did have a crush on her and I was very curious when I saw this formula posted if it will trigger some of those noslatgic memories.

    It did not trigger the same feeling probably because the magic was not the perfume. But the perfume itself on its own, even on paper, has the fruity freshness which keeps on going and going thanks to the heavy doze of musks (particularly galaxolide).

    The one thing that might be worth noting here – I made mine by doubling the volume of galaxolide since the one I have is the typical 50% diluted in IPM. If the proportions were supposed to be for the neat, this may change quite a bit – perhaps I need to try that.

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