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5/31/2013 | Brian M. Lawrence
In his regularly featured column, consultant Brian Lawrence reviews the findings of a number of researchers on the constituents in various essential oils. This month, he highlights marjoram oil.
5/31/2013 | Michael Zviely and Ming Li
One important group of fragrance ingredients found in incense of different origins are sesquiterpene-related molecules. The chemical structures and properties of these materials, including frankincense, myrrh, sandalwood, agarwood and Bursera graveolens, are detailed in this article.
5/31/2013 | Mayu Saini
The domestic F&F industry explores the need for R&D, quality control and its place in the global supply chain.
By 2017, the fragrance industry will have the largest share among all Brazilian health and beauty industries, research firm Canadean forecasts.
Industry groups applaud the aims of U.S. Senators Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) and David Vitter (R-LA), who are collaborating on introducing a bipartisan bill that will modernize the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA).
Market research firm Companies and Markets notes that emerging market growth and increased demand for youth-oriented, floral and exotic fragrances and celebrity perfumes will set the pace for rapid market expansion.
Euromonitor predicts China will become the world's largest economy in 2017; emerging markets expected to overtake developed countries in their share of global economy in Purchasing Power Parity terms in 2013.
U.S. prestige women’s fragrance dollar sales jumped 8% while units were up 3%, and the average price was up 5% in the first quarter of 2013 compared to the same time period last year.
Researchers found that mice can't smell without G γ13, which may provide insight into the underlying causes of certain smell disorders in humans.
4/29/2013 | Brian M. Lawrence
Niaouli oil, cornmint oil and eucalyptus citriodora oil.
Axxence expands its ingredient range.
Société Française des Parfumeurs event celebrates the versatility of natural and synthetic sandalwood materials.