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Cedarwood And Derivatives In Perfume Compounds, Part II
By: Danute Pajaujis Anonis
Posted: June 6, 2006
Cedarwood has a tenacious, balsamic, sweet, woody odor. It enhances the lasting power of natural and synthetic fixatives and also intensifies their odor. The oil improves upon aging when kept in airtight containers protected from light. Cedarwood has points in common with the odors of oakmoss and fougère and, to a lesser extent, with tea rose and citrus fruit and leaf odors.
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