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Summer’s Eve Releases Latest Scented Products

Summer’s Eve has released its summer collection of scented feminine care products, which includes liquid washes and cleansing cloths.

L’Oréal, Valentino Announce License Agreement

Effective Jan. 1, 2019, the agreement between L’Oréal and Valentino will see the creation, development and distribution of fine fragrances and luxury beauty.

Chris Rusak Launches Artisanal Line of Fragrances

The line of artisanal fragrances includes scents inspired by garage house music, color theory and German philosophy.

Snail Mail Gets A Whiff of Summer With Stamp Collection

The U.S. Postal Service is celebrating the summer with its first scratch-and-sniff stamp collection, which features illustrations and scents on frozen treats.

MilliporeSigma Launches Fragrance Allergen Test Calibrants

MilliporeSigma has introduced two ready-to-use certified reference material mixtures suitable for use as calibrants for the new IFRA fragrance allergen test method.

Green Is Key in U.S. Laundry Chemical Market

In a report from Kline, the company highlighted key trends and markets for the laundry market.

Rethinking Fragrance

From consumer discovery to product formats and unusual notes, perfumery is evolving faster than ever.

Bond No. 9 Creates Scent for Peace

Bond No. 9 has released The Scent of Peace, a fragrance that will donate a portion of its sales to UN Women for Peace Mission.

[in-cosmetics] On-the-go Perfume at in-cosmetics Global

The emulsion offers protection from negative effects associated with high fragrance loads.

Home Fragrance Online Sales Freshen Up

A recent report by Kline shows that consumers are increasingly purchasing home fragrance through online channels.

A Sense of Design: Creating Effective Multi-Sensory Experiences

In The Senses: Design Beyond Vision, Ellen Lupton and Andrea Lipp discuss the importance of using a multi-sensory approach to designing.

Strengthening Fragrance Partnerships at the World Perfumery Congress

At the World Perfumery Congress, an expert of fragrance professionals will discuss how The International Dialogue for the Evaluation of Allergens (IDEA) developed a global framework for assessing fragrance sensitizers.

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