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Fragrance for Personal Care

Allured Publishing Corp.

Softcover, 572 pages

ISBN-10: 1-932633-33-2 / ISBN-13: 978-1-932633-33-7

Fragrance has become a huge business in the personal care industry. According to Euromonitor International, fragrances put in a surprise appearance as a top performer in the cosmetics and toiletries market. With an increase of 7% to reach a staggering $30.7 billion, it is the third largest sector after sun and baby care. (For more information, see chapter 58, “Fragrance Gains in 2006”.)

To address this growing segment, Allured Publishing Corp. has released a new compilation—58 articles published in the past six years in Cosmetics & Toiletries, Global Cosmetic Industry (GCI) and Perfumer & Flavorist magazines—under the title Fragrance for Personal Care. This 546-page book contains 13 chapters on essential oils and aroma chemicals, and 16 chapters on marketing and trends, with smaller groups addressing artistry and craft, naturals and organics, packaging and branding, and regulatory and business. Additionally, the book examines what the future holds for fragrance in personal care. This informative collection of articles covers a variety of topics to create a solid foundation of knowledge about Fragrance for Personal Care in the cosmetics industry.

Topics include: 

  • Essential Oils and Aroma Chemicals 
  • Marketing and Trends 
  • Naturals and Organics 
  • Packaging 
  • Technology and Formulation 

Authors include Robert Adams, Danute Pajaujis Anonis, Antoine Gaillard, Stephen J. Herman, J. Stephan Jellinek, Brian Lawrence, Perry Romanowski, Randy Schueller and Robert Siegel.

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