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Part III: Exclusive Q&A with Perfumer John King

This is part three of a web series about perfumer John King, who applied perfumery ingredients and medieval inspirations from King John to create novel scents.

Bill to Phase Out Animal Testing Reaches the US House

The Humane Cosmetics Act aims to end animal testing for cosmetics after a one year phase in and it would also phase out the sale of animal-tested cosmetics in three years.

For F&F Customers, Sustainability is a Growth Driver

Sustainability is a key focus not only for marketers and brands, but also for consumers.

IFRA Amends Code of Practice

The 48th Amendment to the code of practice includes three new Standards based on the dermal sensitization QRA and more.

SC Johnson Reveals Specific Fragrance Ingredients in Glade

SC Johnson becomes the first major consumer packaged goods company to offer product-specific fragrance disclosure to consumers, beginning with Glade.

Defending Fragrance Ingredients on Both Sides of the Atlantic

Why is REACH registration so critical to the fragrance industry?

Web Exclusive Part II: King John Sees Scents After 800 Years

This is part two of a web series in which John King details how he applied perfumery ingredients and medieval inspirations from King John to create novel scents.

Eau de Toilet: Fragrance Experts Help Develop Less Stinky Latrines

A community of scientists is now brainstorming about how to offer decent toilet systems in developing countries and they are working with fragrance experts.

Brazil Eases Biodiversity Restrictions on Cosmetic R&D

New rules simplify access to biodiversity and establishment of benefits sharing.

Web Exclusive Part I: King John Sees Scents After 800 Years

Today, on the 800th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta, John King describes how he applied perfumery ingredients and medieval inspirations from King John to create novel scents.

Gourmand, Freesia Scents Are Hot for Spring-Summer 2016

According to the findings of Seven Scent’s new global trends forecast, gourmand fragrance notes are set to take off in Spring-Summer 2016.

Data Edge: Why Real-time Consumer Insights Matter

In this recurring column, Doreen Bloch shares insights from Poshly, a database about fragrance consumers derived from a data acquisition process that launched in 2012.

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