Recent in Fragrance (page 2 of 30)

Endpoint: Relentless Hope

Developing new ways to improve the delivery and duration of flavors and fragrances is a constant struggle for F&F developers. This review takes a look at some of the ways it's done.

SC Johnson Addresses Ingredient Transparency at RIFM

The Research Institute for Fragrance Materials' (RIFM) annual meeting provided an update on tools for safety assessment and shed some light on ingredient transparency with a talk by SC Johnson.

Symrise Addresses Irma, Sustainability and More at RIFM

Over a week after Hurricane Irma wrecked havoc over the Carribean and Southern parts of the United States, RIFM's annual meeting addressed the impact of natural disasters, sustainability and transparency in the fragrance industry.

Fragrance Designs by Marc Rosen Honored at Glamour Icons Exhibit

“As with fashion design, the creation of cosmetic packing is an art form. Marc Rosen broke this barrier that for too long has separated the worlds of art and design."

Ingredients and Regulations in the Air at EFEO Annual General Meeting

The European Federation of Essential Oils met in Paris to discuss popular ingredients such as bergamot and sandalwood, regulatory issues and ensuring quality during its annual General Assembly meeting on June 12, 2017.

Calling All Fragrance Artists, WPC Wants You

The World Perfumery Congress (WPC) has announced its first-ever art exhibit for its 2018 event. Artists looking to showcase their artistic work are encouraged to submit exhibit proposals.

Featured Job: Sales Manager for Omega Ingredients

Omega Ingredients is looking to hire a sales manager to help with its expansion in the U.S. markets. Candidates should have a passion for sales and be aware of the U.S. flavor and fragrance market.

Upholding the World's Most Ancient Fragrance Tradition

When it comes to fragrance tradition, India is where it all began. Krishnaraj Iyengar features one of the country’s oldest traditional perfumeries upholding the country’s millennia-old scented legacy.

[Podcast] The Art and Industry of Niche Fragrances

What's the niche fragrance industry all about? Perfumer Darryl Do shares his perspective on what it takes to create an indie fragrance in a highly competitive market.

Patent Pick: Isopulegol Arousal

We consumers take things too seriously. This is evident from the growing demand for products that boost our morale or relax us. While marketers offer numerous (profitable) solutions, perhaps good, old-fashioned fragrance is the answer; that's what a new patent application suggests.

What's That Smell? P&G to Disclose Over 2000 Fragranced Products' Ingredients

"We’re providing more information about fragrance ingredients because we believe this will build even greater trust in the quality and safety of all of our products.”

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