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The Future of Fragrance will explore the industry's challenges and inspire its creative spirit.
Scent evokes "the invigorating, lush foliage of the forest combined with its damp, heavy undertones."
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RSVP for this Essential Oil Educational Seminar Featuring Brian Lawrence and other Top Leaders in the Essential Oil Industry
In a second installment of a series from Euromonitor International, analysts Nicole Tyrimou and Ashme Kunde make the connections on how fashion influences fragrance, and vice versa.
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The headspace volatiles isolated from Lavandula stoechas L. by a solid-phase trapping extraction technique...
9/30/2013 | Amy Marks-McGee
Demand continues to increase for natural products in fine fragrance and skincare.
9/30/2013 | Victoria Frolova
Fragrance and flavor botanicals comprise a niche segment of agriculture. How can they be protected?
9/30/2013 | Giles Bovill
Agricultural challenges meet growing consumer demand.
In the first week of September, new fragrances (those launched in 2013) accounted for 15% of women’s prestige sales, which is up from 8% of sales in the first week of August.
New research sniffs out odor categories; supports the idea that the olfactory world is tightly structured, and organized by a handful of basic categories.