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Recent in Fragrance (page 2 of 32)

Endpoint: Look Both Ways

A yearly recap of F&F’s research highlights and what’s to come for 2018.

The Juice: Julie Pluchet – An Advocate for Scent

Developing a curiosity for fragrance at a young age, Julie’s career as a perfumer starts with a childhood game in guessing scents that leads her to create scents for niche and commercial brands, while advocating a stronger global perfumery community.

Scent and the Spirit: Fragrance in Zoroastrian and Jewish Traditions

From flames of righteousness to scent in scriptures, these two ancient faiths provide an interesting look at the ritual and ceremony behind some of the world’s most coveted ingredients.

2017 Holiday Beauty Sales Outlook

"Makeup has taken on a greater role in holiday over the last few years as consumers find excitement in a category ripe with fun and whimsical items perfect for gifting."

Making Scents at the IFRA NA Annual Business Meeting

IFRA NA members gathered on November 14, 2017, at Hilton Hasbrouck in Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey.

Raw Material of the Week: Magnolan

Floral fragrances and flavors can be used across a variety of compositions. Symrise has launched an ingredient, which consists of a floral odor profile with a citrus-like top note. Learn more about this ingredient and how florals can spread to the flavor side as well.

The Cleaning Product Right to Know Act Passes

The Cleaning Product Right to Know Act has been signed by California's governor, Edmund G. Brown, which will require manufacturers of air care, automotive, general cleaning and polish products to disclose fragrance ingredients.

IFF Rocks the Botanicals

The New York Botanical Garden joined IFF and Caswell-Massey in a botanical personal care line featuring delicate floral scents. The collaboration has unique fragrances in its future sights.

Naturally Beautify with 40notes’ Latest Collection

With California SCC Suppliers’ Day 2017 kicking off, 40notes Perfume has announced its plan to launch a new collection, which focuses on natural blends for fragrances and beauty care. Learn about this latest announcement and about other natural ingredient items at the show.

Scent and Spirit: Fragrances in the Vedic Tradition

The correlation between scent and spirit was first said to be discovered and documented by the ancient Indian scriptures, the ‘Vedas’ that date back nearly 8,000 years.

The Juice: John Stephen, the Cotswold Perfumer

Exactly how John ended up flying around France with renowned fragrance folk, and having his own laboratory atop an idyllic cottage at the Cotswolds, is not a typical story of a perfumer.

Endpoint: Safety for All Means Accounting for Human Nature

When testing fragrance and flavor safety, predictive models can be used to determine the probability for a reaction. This Endpoint reviews some of the literature in an effort to improve safety testing of F&F materials.

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