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In a WPC exclusive, Felix Buccellato, founder and perfumer, Custom Essence Inc., sits down with P&F to share how his jasmine sambac findings can be applied to perfumery.
7/6/2016 | Pia Long
In an exclusive interview with biophysicist, Luca Turin, he discusses his controversial vibrational olfaction theory and his passion for perfume.
7/6/2016 | Brian M. Lawrence
This month's column discusses the chemical composition of pink pepper fruit and leaf oils.
Mintel Research has found that celebrity fragrances need revamping in order to appeal to consumers.
What's your reaction to cyclohexal? The EU's is concern, while Givaudan's is this patent application to emit lily of the valley scent without worry. I'll bet your itching to read more.
The days of skimping and saving to fit that amber note into your fragrance price point could be long gone. Inventors from Symrise appear to have a new answer to amber, as this patent application explains.
With the ban of pan masala and chewing tobacco, the attar industry is losing nearly 80% of its sales.
The Environmental Protection Agency is taking steps to implement a law that is an amendment to the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). Update includes comments from IFRANA's president and CEO.
Olivier Polge produces his second Chanel fragrance, Boy, to walk the line between masculine and feminine scent.
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Moderator Rachel Grabenhofer led a panelist of industry leaders during the third day of the 2016 World Perfumery Congress to answer if fragrance houses can tap into the cosmetic actives market.
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“Sustainability isn’t a mega trend; it’s an über trend,” said Torsten Kulke, kicking off the two-part Fragrance Sustainability Strategies presentation during day one of the 2016 World Perfumery Congress (WPC). “Uber trends change our lives, and they don’t ebb and flow or go out of style.”
Ernie Rosenberg, American Cleaning Institute president and CEO, acknowledges how the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act would modernize the Toxic Substances Control Act.