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Nov 28, 2007 | 11:34 AM CST
New hairstyling products boast herbal and fruit-inspired scents to connect with consumers
Nov 27, 2007 | 03:14 PM CST
P&Fnow delves into Fragrance for Personal Care
Nov 14, 2007 | 09:57 AM CST
The Hampton Inn hotel chain has released traveler survey results that show fragrance expectations are changing, an opportunity Procter & Gamble's Febreze brand recently tackled.
Nov 13, 2007 | 07:36 PM CST
No longer confined to just aerosol sprays that reside under people’s bathroom sinks, the US air care market has grown rapidly in recent years
Nov 12, 2007 | 11:00 AM CST
The Fragrance Materials Association of the United States (FMA) has issued a response to a recent petition titled "Citizen Petition to EPA and CPSC Regarding Air Fresheners," which asks for regulatory action on air freshener products and producers.
Nov 01, 2007 | 11:21 AM CDT
Consumer demand for natural personal care products is driving a major shift from niche distribution channels to more mainstream mass retail outlets, which is triggering a sharp increase in sales, according to a recent study by Kline & Company.
Oct 26, 2007 | 02:36 PM CDT
By: Arcadi Boix Camps
A continuing meditation on the art, craft, materials and techniques of fragrance creation. I have thought quite often that I am lucky because I live on the outskirts of Barcelona. Visitors believe that Barcelona is very beautiful—and it really is—but unfortunately most people just visit downtown.
Oct 12, 2007 | 04:35 PM CDT
Mintel explores the trends in the body care market, including premium ingredients and aromatherapy
Oct 12, 2007 | 03:54 PM CDT
Symrise’s Roberto Ascoli recently spoke with P&Fnow about the company’s Perfumers’ Academy, its goals and how it will grow the skills of its perfumers
Sep 24, 2007 | 11:27 AM CDT
By: Philip Kraft, Christine Ledard and Philip Gout…
Inside perfume’s greatest story. The story of Chanel Nº5 begins in Moscow in 1912 with perfumer Ernest Beaux’s studies of the aldehyde used in Houbigant’s Quelques Fleurs. It continues in La Bocca and Cannes, France, and then is almost derailed by competition from an unlikely source.