A Chemical Compound that reacts with your body chemistery and skin to emit a scent 100% unique to you.
It has an underlying effect on the opposite gender, where your unique scent can trigger an attraction-reaction if your body chemistery compliments the other side.
It is notable to note that some people are comletetly Anosmic to the smell of Phormenalin, just like how they they might be anosmic to other fragrance notes or certain chemical compounds.
A novel molecule manufactured by Kaisar Parfums has many facets in the function of perfumery. This molecule is to perfumery what monosodium glutamate is to Asian cuisine. It’s a fragrance booster, helps improve longevity, and brings out clarity of notes and makes them smell more of itself; perhaps even hyperreal. Just spray it before spraying the perfume on your skin or clothes.
This is how we would like to to describe it: “smooth, woody, amber with unique aspects giving a ‘’velvet’’ like sensation. Used to impart fullness and subtle strength to fragrances. Superb floralizer found in the majority of newer fine fragrances”
“A synthetic note with cedar woody, abstract facets that create a fuzz on skin, extending and helping a fragrance composition radiate from the skin, very popular with modern fragrances. Phormenalin has a remarkably pleasant smell — dry, woody and cedar-like, with aspects of ambergris, vetiver and patchouli and a slight phenolic nuance. At the same time, it is amazingly transparent and neutral, without the heavy feeling which is typical of natural woody materials. Although the Phormenalin smell is not intense, it is rich, versatile and never annoying.”
Phormenalin falls under the olfactory groups such as musk, amber, animalic.
If we are to look at the odor strength it could be termed as “medium”, viz., it won’t jump into your nostrils. In day light it appears colorless to pale yellow clear liquid to an average eye. It is soluble in alcohol and the perfumers can use it up to 10% of finished product according to IFRA guidelines.