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Euromonitor analyst Anaïs Mirval says traditional oriental scents, Oud in particular, are enjoying growing popularity in laundry detergents in the Middle East and Africa.
According to Symrise, SymCap K LD securely encloses the fragrance and releases it onto the fabric through friction or light pressure—even months later.
Citrus’ refreshing effervescence is still appealing to palettes.
Facing significant threats, fragrance requires an innovation intervention.
Seven expects floral, fruity and gourmand notes will influence next year’s fragrance compositions.
Global Industry Analysts predicts that growth from developing regions including Asia-Pacific and Latin America will be the "single largest factor propelling the fragrances market in the coming years."
Fragrance sales based on dollar volume fell in France, Italy and Spain, but grew in the U.S. and the U.K., the market research firm reveals.
Perfumer insights on ingredients.
Investment spending on premium-priced makeup, skin care and fragrance, as well as premium-priced sets, spurs growth once again.
The Economist Intelligence Unit and research firm Mintel expect consumer spending for fast-moving consumer goods in emerging markets will outpace the U.S. for 2013–2016.