Woody fragrances have become more and more popular these last years, mostly in masculine perfumery

"Woody fragrances could be considered as a new alternative to the use of Fougère structure in masculine perfumery. They are appreciated because of their qualitative and textural effect. They offer a wide range of possibility from the dryness of cedarwood, the deep humidity of patchouli, to the creamy and enveloping effect of sandalwood... K by D&G and Tom Ford for Men are good examples of woody masculine fragrances. Woods can as well be key ingredients in some feminine fragrances, like in Alien by Mugler."

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