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Aslan Gülçiçek, MG Gülçiçek International, was invited to speak at the International Federation of Essential Oils and Aroma Trades conference in Dubai on the market dynamics of the Arabian Peninsula on September 26, 2016.
The first session of this year's IFEAT explores one of the Middle East's most prized native ingredients: oud.
Consumers are looking towards unisex fragrances and products that provide a flexible approach to customizing their evolving scent wardrobe.
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8/30/2016 | By Pia Long
Along with rigorously memorizing 500 materials within the first several months, training to become a perfumer requires a fine balance of passion, creativity, patience and technical skill.
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This month's issues discusses the chemical composition of grapefruit oil.
8/30/2016 | By Anne-Marie Saget, Consultant, Couleurs du Siam, Fontainebleau, France
Nepal’s rich vegetation of more than 7,000 plants has created responsible harvesting village communities who engage in sustainable supply chains to reach a global industry.
What's unknown about scent could be left to a little magic. Jeanette Andrews, performance artist and magician, shares how scent, sensory perception and magic can be combined to entice more than our senses.
This year's fragrance trends offer a new spritz to rose, gourmand and powdery notes.
Utilizing one's sense of smell is important not only to understand certain tastes, but also to perceive the world. Some people can detect between 10,000 and 100 billion or even more smells, according to research.
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