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Euromonitor analyst Anaïs Mirval says traditional oriental scents, Oud in particular, are enjoying growing popularity in laundry detergents in the Middle East and Africa.
The carcass of the sperm whale that washed ashore on a sandbank off Texel in the Netherlands in December has led to a discovery of ambergris, a rare substance similar to musk which is used in creating perfume and fragrance.
Euromonitor looks at the growth possibilities for the premium fragrance market in Brazil, urged on by the Internet and lower unit prices.
The updated list reflects the addition of 180 new fragrance ingredients (including 45 brand new materials and 135 already in the RIFM database but previously used only as flavor ingredients) and 182 ingredients that were removed from the transparency list.
According to Symrise, SymCap K LD securely encloses the fragrance and releases it onto the fabric through friction or light pressure—even months later.
3/20/2013 | Brian M. Lawrence
Peppermint oil, galangal oil and kapurkachri oil.
3/20/2013 | Stephen Hicks
Facing significant threats, fragrance requires an innovation intervention.
3/20/2013 | Nicole Urbanowicz
The ingredients supplier is collaborating with local groups to secure the quality of lavender.
Seven expects floral, fruity and gourmand notes will influence next year’s fragrance compositions.
Global Industry Analysts predicts that growth from developing regions including Asia-Pacific and Latin America will be the "single largest factor propelling the fragrances market in the coming years."
The European Commission has completely phased out animal testing for cosmetic products and cosmetic ingredients in Europe, even for the most complex human health effects. New animal-tested cosmetics can't be sold in the EU.
Fragrance sales based on dollar volume fell in France, Italy and Spain, but grew in the U.S. and the U.K., the market research firm reveals.