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May 14, 2008 | 04:07 PM CDT
By: Jack Corley, Trilogy Fragrances Inc.
The growth in natural and organic personal care products has resulted in a need for logical, practical and achievable standards. Conventional wisdom would tell us that the name of a product and the ingredients used to make that product are meaningful and truthful as reflected on the product label. But the fact is labeling cosmetics often depends entirely on the manufacturer.
May 14, 2008 | 03:59 PM CDT
By: Charles Sell
In an excerpt from his new book, Charles Sell delves into the forces driving organic chemical reactions in fragrances. Fragrance ingredients are organic chemicals (i.e., chemicals with structures based on carbon) and so their chemistry is part of organic chemistry. Chemical reactions basically occur when instability or imbalance exists in atoms, molecules or ions.
Apr 22, 2008 | 11:53 AM CDT
By: Jurij Hostynek and Howard Maibach, University …
An examination of experimental data disqualifies linalool’s fragrance allergen status. Linalool has been identified as an important fragrance allergen that must be package-labeled in European cosmetics and personal care, and is in fact one of the 26 fragrance ingredients with mandated labeling in the European Community. Does evidencebased methodology support this contention?
Apr 22, 2008 | 10:32 AM CDT
By: Jeb Gleason-Allured, Editor
Perfumer Christophe Laudamiel discusses his recent “air sculptures,” special raw materials, the creative process and collaborative relationships. In the secretive, under-the-radar profession of perfumery, IFF’s Christophe Laudamiel stands out. This high-profile perfumer has undertaken a number of attention-grabbing projects and speaking engagements, a break from the stereotypical “invisible” nose.
Mar 17, 2008 | 04:31 PM CDT
By: Paul Davey, Givaudan
The possible uses for ionic liquids in fragrances and household products. Ionic liquids are currently defined as materials composed entirely of ions (salts) that are liquid at room temperature. For the purposes of this work, room temperature is defined as less than 100°C.
Feb 20, 2008 | 03:02 PM CST
By: Jeb Gleason-Allured, Editor
A talk with The Perfect Scent author Chandler Burr. When we asked Chandler Burr what interested him about perfume as a subject, he simply said, “It’s the greatest underappreciated art in the world.” And we agree.
Dec 20, 2007 | 02:49 PM CST
By: Arcadi Boix Camps, Auram Art & Perfume
A meditation on the art and science of flavor and fragrance creation. My friends often tell me that I do not look my age. Maybe they do it to please or flatter me, but may be it is true.
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.
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.
Sep 10, 2007 | 12:00 PM CDT
By: Danute Pajaujis Anonis
The evolution and contemporizing of this popular natural material. In Part I (Perfumer & Flavorist magazine, v 31 no. 11, 2006; page 36), the botanical origin of patchouli, the mode of production, patchouli oil types, patchouli composition and pertaining aroma chemicals were discussed.* This article will cover the application of patchouli to fragrances.