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Created in 2006, Escentric Molecules has become the world's favourite cult fragrance with a huge celebrity fan base - everyone from Elton John, Naomi Campbell, Will Smith to Kate Moss have worn it to name a few.
This is a conceptual fragrance that may challenge you. It was created by Berlin based nose Geza Schoen as deliberate, provocative comment on the way fragrance is made and marketed today. In the initial series two scents were launched simultaneously as an homage to a single scent ingredient or aroma chemical. This had never been done before. The aroma chemical on which the original pair of fragrances was based is called Iso E Super.
The first scent, Escentric 01, uses Iso E Super in an unprecedented concentration at 65% together with other ingredients including pink pepper, lime peel and orris incense. The emphasis is on a long, sensuously lingering base note.
The second scent, Molecule 01, contains only Iso E Super, which on its own is actually much less a scent than a subtle and velvety effect that changes on the skin. As the wearer, you may not even be aware of the effect, but there is a pheromone effect on those around you.
Our best selling fragrance, Molecule 01 is more of a skin scent than a perfume.
How does it work? You need to wear it to see for yourself! A truly fascinating fragrance with notes of Sandalwood and Cedar for either men or women.
The new molecule 05, Cashmeran, is one of the greats of synthetic chemistry. Warm and woody, with a resinous pine note, it’s an abstraction of summer on a Mediterranean island.
A different kind of summer fragrance. Instead of the usual aqueous notes, this scent is inspired by walking up from the sea on a hot afternoon through dry aromatic Mediterranean herbs and trees.
Escentric Molecules 04 celebrates the futuristic freshness of Javanol, a sheer sandalwood molecule. Javanol is a sandalwood-type molecule that retains the radiance and endurance of natural sandalwood, but is sheer and transparent.
Escentric 03 focuses on Vetiveryl Acetate in a formula that pays tribute to the three roots used in perfumery: Vetiver, Ginger and Orris, which is extracted from the roots of the Florentine Iris.
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