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In this recurring column, Doreen Bloch shares insights from Poshly, a database about fragrance consumers derived from a data acquisition process that launched in 2012.
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Brian Lawrence reviews sacred basil or tulsi oil in this issue.
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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.
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Growth among strong fragrances is being driven by sophisticated early adopters and multicultural male and female shoppers, according to NPD. Growth in lighter feminine scents reflects a focus on naturalness.
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.
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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.”