Recent in Fragrance (page 17 of 46)

Scent and Spirit: Fragrances in the Vedic Tradition

The correlation between scent and spirit was first said to be discovered and documented by the ancient Indian scriptures, the ‘Vedas’ that date back nearly 8,000 years.

The Juice: John Stephen, the Cotswold Perfumer

Exactly how John ended up flying around France with renowned fragrance folk, and having his own laboratory atop an idyllic cottage at the Cotswolds, is not a typical story of a perfumer.

Endpoint: Safety for All Means Accounting for Human Nature

When testing fragrance and flavor safety, predictive models can be used to determine the probability for a reaction. This Endpoint reviews some of the literature in an effort to improve safety testing of F&F materials.

EU Regulations Influencing the Fragrance Industry

With consumer safety at the forefront of product development, EU and global regulations facing fragrances in cosmetics can offer robust and dynamic research methods for an evolving label.

Between Brand and Art: Lush's Gorilla Gallery

On October 11-14, 2017, Lush's Gorilla Gallery presented art installations inspired by its line of fragrances, which told unique stories about the creation of each one.

Navigating the Fragrance Revolution with Jean-Paul Agon of L’Oréal

As chief executive officer and chairman of L’Oréal, Jean-Paul Agon shared his insights on pursuing growth in an evolving, segmented fragrance industry during the Fragrance Foundation's Masterclass at the French Institute Alliance Française in New York City on October 5, 2017.

The Nagoya Protocol in Action

The Nagoya Protocol is led by three main objectives: the conservation of diversity, the sustainable use of materials, and the fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising from use of these genetic resources. This overview provides greater detail.

Raw Material of the Week: Filbertone

Get nutty for hazelnuts! Symrise has introduced a new ingredient, which is applicable to many different fragrances and flavors. Naturally occurring in hazelnuts, filbertone is most applicable to brown flavors and exotic fruit flavors, while also lending itself to various fragrances.

The Juice: Tim Gage

How this nature-loving shy East London lad came to be one of the most respected, well-loved and successful figures in British perfumery is a story deeply connected to time and place.

Scent and the Spirit - Sufism’s Fragrance of Love

One of the world’s most sublime mystical traditions, Sufism views scent as the spirit’s essence.

Harnessing the Potential of F&F Delivery Systems

As well as improving levels of deposition, the industry is working to gain more control over the stability of the capsules themselves in fragrance, flavor and cosmetic actives.

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