Wood Sage & Sea Salt Type Formula

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An Aromatic fragrance formula for women and men. Top notes are Grapefruit and Clary Sage; heart notes are Seaweed and Sea Salt; base note is Ambrette.

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TypeEau de Cologne
Olfactive FamilyAromatic
Pyramid NoteTop/Middle/Base
Top NotesGrapefruit, Clary Sage
Middle NotesSeaweed, Sea Salt
Base NotesAmbrette
Recommended Usage6-8%
Total Ingredients48


This formula is based on high quality analysis, using common aromatic compounds, essential oils or absolutes. It's highly similar to the original fragrance.

After purchasing, you will be able to access the interactive formula page anytime or download a PDF file. Our customizable formula system shows every material with complete information (CAS, family, odor description, strength, allergens.. and many more), IFRA compliance, graphs and suggestions for replacements. You can customize the total amount and concentration, the formula is automatically recalculated.

Note: this formula was inspired by the fragrance stated here, using high quality analysis data and perfumery knowledge, but it 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. Distribution is prohibited.


  • v2.0 – November 2, 2023: Reformulation of the first version.
  • v1.0 – April 30, 2023: Initial release.

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  1. 6 out of 6 people found this helpful


    arandes62 (verified owner)

    The perfume doesn’t drive me crazy, like all C. Nagel’s creations after all, but this formula is really very interesting for understanding how and in what percentages to mix certain ingredients to obtain accords such as sea salt and seaweed. At first the odor strength of the concentrate was quite low and I was a bit puzzled about the dilution percentage, then Filipe recommended me to wait at least a month of macerating the compound and he was absolutely right, the key ingredients came out and a dilution beyond 7% would be too much. Excellent work.

    I have to change what I wrote previously about this perfume. I’ve been wearing it every day for weeks and without a doubt it’s one of the fragrances I love the most. The concentrate must macerate for at least 4 weeks, preferably 6, and once diluted in ethanol it continues to mature. I find it really delicious and I never get tired of it. This is a perfect perfume in the summer or in any case with high temperatures, but I’m sure that even with the winter cold it remains a wonderful fragrance.

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