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2/23/2017 | Brian M. Lawrence, Consultant
This month's column discusses the chemical composition of silver fir oil.
2/23/2017 | Pia Long, director, Olfiction Ltd.
Mandy’s avant-garde approach to perfume and flavor has created a portfolio of work that inspires her customers and readers.
The post states that American men, aged 18-34, are by far the main fragrance user group and are drawn especially to perfume and eau de toilette.
Part 2 in this two-part mini series will discuss the effects of redesigning air flow to yield higher oil concentrations during encapsulation.
Mount Romance is the leader in double-distilled Australian sandalwood that is both fair-trade and organic-certified.
In this two-part mini series, you'll learn how improving gas flow during encapsulation will result in higher oil recovery rate that ensures better product quality and decreases the consumption of valuable raw materials.
The results are based on 2 million fragrance search inquiries and may give insights into shopping habits of millennials.
Taking input from retailers and sales training experts, the Fragrance Academy has developed a four-part course to develop professional fragrance skills.
1/27/2017 | By Daniel Blatt, SVP, Research Services, Q Research Solutions; Michelle Niedziela, Scientific Director, HCD
When it comes to product design, a simple “like” is not enough. How does consumer emotion play a role in developing engaging and successful products on the shelves?
1/27/2017 | Rachel Grabenhofer, Managing Editor, Cosmetics & Toiletries
My role for Perfumer & Flavorist is to procure and put forth relevant scientific content and observations to advance your formulations for improved F&F applications. So what you’ll find here are some interesting points I’ve observed that could connect to your overall larger project “constellation.”
Patent picks are chosen by the editors from publicly available sources. The present invention offers a variety of ways to reduce unpleasant odor from foods and beverages.
Scent cocktails, multifunctional fragrances and gender-bending wafts usher the fragrance and perfume market into 2017.