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3 Articles You Might Have Missed in P&F December 2018

Reaction flavors, Jean-Claude Ellena's fragrance creation philosophy and a look at the citrus market are just a few of the topics in the December 2018 issue of Perfumer & Flavorist.

Crossing Sensory Boundaries at SCC Annual Meeting

Cross-modal sensory integration took to the main stage at the 2019 SCC Annual Meeting and Technology Showcase, including the keynote on neuroscience-inspired cosmetic design and a talk on acoustic measurements of hair conditioning.

Firmenich Fine Fragrance Adds 9 Perfumers

Armand de Villoutreys, president, perfumery and ingredients, noted: “Our leadership in fine fragrance is anchored in the passion, creativity and innovation of our perfumers … I look forward to seeing how our new perfumers, guided by our masters, will make their mark in the world of perfumery.”

Dollar Shave Club Sniffs into the Fragrance Game

Available in two collections, the cologne scents range from warm to fresh scents and mark the first fragrances launched by the brand.

US Prestige Fragrance Sales Up 8% Ahead of 2018 Holidays

Led by holiday shopping and demand for new brands, the U.S. fragrance market sales have reached $2.7 billion in 2018.

Monell Center Celebrates 50 Years With Sensory Conference

The conference featured discussions on creating a guide to treating smell and taste disorders and how to improve the care and management of these conditions.

Symrise Takes Home Gold in German Sustainability Award

The company has won the award for its comprehensive sustainability strategy that promotes biodiversity and supports the living conditions of small-scale farmers.

IFF Recognized by Euronext Vigeo World 120 Index

The index recognizes companies that excel in the areas of human rights, human resources, corporate governance, business behavior, environment and community involvement.

[update] Pantone 'Energizes and Enlivens' with Color of the Year 2019

The color, which "energizes and enlivens with a softer edge," represents the fusion of natural life, Pantone explained.

International Committee of Essential Oils Meets to Discuss Standards

The ISO technical and regulatory meeting featured discussion on the development of standards for essential oils used in perfumery and cosmetics.

[podcast] Digitized Products Augment Sensory Reality

"Digital devices can interact with and be personalized for consumers," says Charles Spence, Ph.D. "There are many brands working in this space. It’s mostly been in the drinks/spirits area to start, but is crossing into ice cream, fruit juices and teas. One thinks there has to be a scope to this, as well, in cosmetics and pharmaceuticals." Learn more from our seven-part podcast, sponsored by Berjé.

'Perfume & Seduction' on Display at Hillwood Estate

Featuring a collection of items from Givaudan, the exhibit will look at perfume from the 17th century onward and how perfume and bottles have evolved.

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