Molecule 04 consists of Javanol, pure and singular.
Javanol is a sandalwood-type molecule that retains the radiance and endurance of natural sandalwood but is sheer and transparent like no sandalwood in nature.
"What I love about Javanol is its almost psychedelic freshness," says Geza Schoen. "It smells as if liquid metallic grapefruit peel were poured over a bed of velvety cream-coloured roses."
Javanol is like Iso E Super, the molecule in Escentric Molecules 01, in some ways. Like Iso E Super, it comes and goes. The person wearing it loses the ability to smell it after a short while, only to re-connect with it later.
Hold about 20 cm away and spray on pulse points like wrists and neck.
Wait a few seconds before moving or rubbing.
One or two sprays are enough for a lasting scent.
Conceived in a laboratory at IFF in 1973, this intriguing molecule remained a secret within the exclusive realm of perfumery until the debut of Escentric Molecules. Though subtle, its elusive essence can be found in the backdrop of numerous fragrances designed for both men and women. Perfumers cherish it for its sumptuous, enveloping quality.