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Isobionics is opening a new laboratory equipped with new generation fermenters and is preparing to launch two new fragrances, sandalwood and patchouli.
"Ooh, smell this!" she delights, twisting the cap off a new shampoo discovery, and leaning into her shopping companion. "It smells so good. It reminds me of (pause) something ..."
This is part three of a web series about perfumer John King, who applied perfumery ingredients and medieval inspirations from King John to create novel scents.
This is part two of a web series in which John King details how he applied perfumery ingredients and medieval inspirations from King John to create novel scents.
Today, on the 800th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta, John King describes how he applied perfumery ingredients and medieval inspirations from King John to create novel scents.
Lentisque, or mastic, oil is a very natural, sappy ingredient that has an intense green freshness that can add an elegant twist to formulations.
How sensory and technical innovations in laundry and air care are reshaping consumers’ scent spaces.
Biotech’s potential, the unique properties of Mediterranean and Turkish essential oils, the relationships between flavor companies and their customers, and more.
Karine Lebret Leroux, fine fragrance creation and development director, L’Oréal, was honored at the 2014 WFFC gala. She speaks with P&F about creating emotions in scents, a sustainable future and more.
How the technical, hedonic and cost factors of the laundry and home care categories are changing the way fragrances are developed.