** UPDATE: A lot of viewers have asked why the Ylang Ylang left an oily stain. Some base notes will leave a stain – even 100% pure oils. So this applies to other base note oils like ginger, sandalwood, etc. Plus, some coloured oils (e.g. orange, blue chamomile) can also leave a stain. The paper test is NOT scientific or reliable by itself, it’s just ONE thing you can do, taking into account all the other factors outlined in this video. It’s better for testing top/middle notes. **
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