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2/27/2013 | Brian M. Lawrence
Sage oil and Wild African Sage Oil.
2/27/2013 | Felix Buccellato
Origins, composition, use and more.
2/27/2013 | Michael Zviely and Ming Li
Black currant odorants are desirable olfactory agents for perfume compositions.
2/27/2013 | Kate Williams
Innovative fragrance therapy is increasingly being used to enrich the lives of those suffering from dementia by supporting engagement, alertness and appetite stimulation.
2/11/2013 | Jeb Gleason-Allured
Perfumers on ingredients and formulation.
2/11/2013 | Brian M. Lawrence
Maté extract, Litsea cubeba oil, cumin oil and coriander seed oil.
2/11/2013 | Jeb Gleason-Allured, Editor in Chief
Museum of Art and Design exhibition belies fragrance’s unique subjectivity, giving perfumery its creative due.
2/11/2013 | Jordan Donohue-White
How the once secretive an arcane process of entering the fragrance industry is evolving.
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Investment spending on premium-priced makeup, skin care and fragrance, as well as premium-priced sets, spurs growth once again.
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Raw materials from South America, fern aromas, floral waters, regulatory pressures, the evolution of perfumery and more.