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Patent Pick: Corona-core Microgels Go with Skin's Flow

Emulsions are troublemakers. Surfactants can be used to keep their oil and water attitudes in check but they irritate some people. Pickering emulsions work, too, but are less effective and sticky wickets. Enter Shiseido's patented answer: corona-core microgels, which stabilize the situation and go with skin's flow.

Progress in Essential Oils: Spike Lavender

This month's column discusses the chemical composition of spike lavender (Lavandula latifolia Medic).

Editor's Note: A New Experience

What makes an F&F product memorable? Depth. Layer. Texture. And its coinciding political climate.

The Juice: Dr. Wolfgang Krause

Krause’s work with geraniol, citral and menthol introduced him to the world of flavor and fragrance where he continues to foster an advocacy for the industry by active participation in the community and education to the trade and public.

A Natural and a Pod: Commonalities in Vanilla and Tea Processing

Shared chemistry, biochemistry and processing in tea leaf and vanilla pod.

Female Fragrance Market to Continue Blooming through 2024

According to a recent Persistence Market Research report, the female fragrance market is on the rise as consumers in emerging markets maintain stronger buying power.

Bask in that New Car Smell

Buckle your seatbelt for "The Future" and "Chauffeur," the newest additions to Ally's line of "New Car Smells."

Preserving Perfumed History at Osmotheque of Versailles

The Osmotheque of Versailles is a perfume archive, providing visitors with the opportunity to understand the history of more than 4,000 scents from the mid-1800s until now.

Azelis to Expand into Ivory Coast

In Abidjan, Azelis expands its new office into Africa in order to continue its planned growth over the next couple of years.

Let the Victory Bells Ring for Bell Flavors and Fragrances

Bell Flavors and Fragrances has become one of the nation’s 101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For in 2016.

Eau Boy: Thierry Mugler Announces New Alien Fragrance

Get ready, Alien fans. Thierry Mugler's energetic and striking new fragrance, Alien Eau Sublime, will hit the market in early 2017.

Global Aroma Chemicals Stays Fresh Through 2021

In a recent report, it was projected that the global aroma chemical market will grow at a rate of 5% CAGR for the next four years. Contributing factors to the growth are changing consumer trends, a rise in disposable income and an increase in attention to naturals.

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