What does it smell like? Snow, Pine Tree, and Elk crap? And how big is this shampoo container?
I remember my male Bipolar, almost XXXX cousin wore a cologne called 'Dirty English'. It didn't smell like a Dirty Englishman, though, it smelled a bit like baby oil and some odd thing I couldn't identify.
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Natural jasmine oil, used in the perfume industry, contains around 2.5% of indole. Since 1 kilogram of the natural oil requires processing several million jasmine blossoms and costs around $10,000, indole (among other things) is used in the manufacture of synthetic jasmine oil (which costs around $10/kg).
The indoles in jasmin essential oil can come across as fecal when there's a high concentration of it in the perfume. In a lower concentration, jasmine smells powdery.
As for musks: these can also smell very fecal, or urine like. Due to regulations, all commercial scents use synthetic musks nowadays. Kouros by Yves Saint Laurent is a prime example. You also have softer musks, called white musks, that do not smell fecal. An example is White Musk by The Body Shop.
There's a compound in it called indole that gives it it's unique sweetness but also smells sickly and putrid to some people. Synthetic jasmine in particular seems to be more prone to it in my experience.
AHHH Tikka beat me to it!!!
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