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As consumers become increasingly aware of how fragrances touch their lives through everyday products, the industry needs to provide truthful, educational and positive responses to critical comments.
Participants in a research study gave lower ratings to scent samples when they were shown images of overweight or obese people.
Quick, on-the-go formats are crucial.
Nimal Gunaratne and a team from the Queen's University Belfast Ionic Liquid Laboratories Research Center created a fragrance that releases more aroma when it comes in contact with water molecules, such as sweat.
ACI's new iSTREEM tool can be used to predict the environmental concentrations of down-the-drain chemicals used in cosmetics and cleaning products.
The global market for air fresheners is projected to reach $10.4 billion by 2020, according to market research firm Global Industry Analysts Inc.
Cynthia Reichard, executive vice president of Arylessence, testifies to Congress on behalf of IFRANA about regulatory "burdens," like GHS, on small F&F manufacturers.
Official statement on “The Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act.”
According to NPD, those cuts are occurring in makeup and fragrance, which are often seen as “for special occasions.”
"A stronger federal chemical law should reflect progress in science and technology and advance further innovations," says ACI's president and CEO Ernie Rosenberg.
Ashraf Osman of ScentArt.net, Scent Culture Institute and Artinect, and Claus Noppeney of Bern University of Applied Sciences provide a look inside an art exhibit examining scent.