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The thing I am excited to dispel is the considerable degree of skepticism regarding aromatherapy,” says Dorene Petersen, founder and president of American College of Healthcare Sciences.
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The event, which occasioned the naming of a new president, focused on fragrance materials.
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With Australian consumers looking for cheaper products, volumes are expected to grow slightly ahead of value, at a CAGR of 3.7% to 2017, according to market research firm Canadean.
Brenna Phelan, manager and fragrance industry analyst at NPD, examines why 36% of men in the U.S. don't wear fragrance; 37% reported in an NPD study that they are simply "not interested."
U.S. fragrance demand up to '17 is expected to remain ahead of only the hair care sector, but well behind other mature sectors such as men's toiletries, sun care and oral hygiene, says market research firm Canadean.
Unisex fragrances are set to lead growth through 2017, predicts research firm Canadean. Men's fragrance is forecast to fall below the line for both value and volume growth.
With a value Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 0.5%, fragrances is set to be one of the five fastest growing health and beauty sectors in Spain to 2017, research firm Canadean predicts.
A recent study has found that representation of an odor in the olfactory bulb changes after the first breath, and that an olfactory retentivity persists at the central level, a phenomenon comparable to what occurs in other sensory systems, such as vision and hearing.
Economic pressures are weighing down results; men's fragrances are expected to grow more than women's fragrances, but not by much, Canadean says.
France’s Fragrance market, the second most important sector in the country’s health and beauty industry, will witness slower growth as French consumers reduce their spending in an effort to save more, Canadean says.