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7/29/2013 | Nicole Urbanowicz, Associate Editor
Taking a new look at a classic ingredient.
Ungerer expects gourmand scents inspired by the British tradition of afternoon tea to be a key driver in fragrance for 2014.
Spring/summer trends include gourmand-inspired bath products in scents such as Caramel Waffle, Lemon Pie, Cherry Tart and Blueberry Muffin.
Women's fragrances in Russia held the majority of the sector in 2012 although the report predicts that due to the blurring boundaries between women's and men's fragrances, men's fragrances will grow ahead of categories in that sector.
A perfumery collaboration comprising fir balsam absolute, patchouli a l’ancienne, Highland Myrtle oil and more.
Perfumers discuss their favorite ingredients, their effects and the ways in which they work with the palette.
6/21/2013 | Brian M. Lawrence
This edition discusses the chemical components of catnip oil.
6/21/2013 | Michael Zviely
Alkaloids that complete the animalistic character of musk.
6/21/2013 | Kevin McGann, Emerson Wen and Mingxi Wu
A deeper look into growth among fragrance manufacturers with a maximum annual revenue of $10 million.
The F&F industry launches the next phase of sourcing, social responsibility, environmental and other initiatives.
6/21/2013 | Abby Penning
Consumer preference, regulatory issues and more.