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Exploring Essential Oils: The eBook
This book, sponsored by Millipore Sigma, comprises handpicked columns by P&F+ guest columnists digging into the authenticity, traceability and analysis of essential oils.
Sigma-Aldrich, a brand of MilliporeSigma
Jul 25th, 2022
Sweet: The eBook
This e-book, sponsored by Berjé, gives flavorists insight into chemicals that can be utilized in innovative ways within the growing sweet/confectionery market.
Aug 17th, 2021
Savory: the eBook
There's no denying that savory flavors are a force to be reckoned with. But whether it's pet food or plant-based proteins, each application comes with unique formulation challenges.
Jul 6th, 2020
Diversifying the Palette: High Impact Aroma Molecules—The Ebook
This ebook, sponsored by Bedoukian Research, features articles from Perfumer & Flavorist’s technical archives surrounding discussions on high-impact aroma chemicals.
Bedoukian Research Inc.
Oct 30th, 2019
Natural Beauty, Sustained: Free Bio-derived and Sustainable Ebook
The drive for sustainability in cosmetics stemmed partly from an interest in self-preservation amid the fast consumption of natural resources. This free
Bio-derived and Sustainable Ebook
, sponsored by Acme-Hardesty, will support your efforts in developing products aligned with bio-based and sustainable goals. Download it today, it's free!
Acme Hardesty Co Inc
Oct 1st, 2019
Florals: The EBook
This ebook, sponsored by Berje, features articles from Perfumer & Flavorist’s technical archives surrounding discussions on floral aroma compounds and essential oils.
Aug 8th, 2019
Beauty Comes Clean: Free Ebook
Clean beauty aligns with various tenets: minimal ingredients, consumer safety, social responsibility, transparency, etc. This
Clean Beauty Ebook
, sponsored by Grant Industries, combines these approaches and more into one resource to guide product formulators. Download it today, it's free!
Jun 28th, 2019
Crafting Sensory Effects: Free Ebook
This free Sensory Ebook, sponsored by Shin-Etsu Silicones, explores approaches to create transforming textures, high-impact color, softness in hair and more; paired with a directory of ingredients that make these effects possible—plus prototype formulas. Download now!
Shin Etsu Silicones Of America
Mar 26th, 2019
Woody Notes: The Free EBook
In this free e-book, brought to you by Berjé, you'll find technical articles on the industry's most coveted woody notes: vetiver, petitgrain, cedarwood and patchouli.
Oct 29th, 2018
The Preservative Challenge: Free Ebook
Contaminants, stability, product spoilage and microbial growth are real threats to consumer safety, a company’s reputation and the bottom line. As such,
Cosmetics & Toiletries
offers this free ebook, sponsored by schülke, for formulation guidance. Download it today!
Schulke inc. /Affiliate of Ashland
Jul 31st, 2018
Natural Aroma Chemicals: The Free EBook
The future of F&F will rely heavily upon a combining nature and technology. In this e-book, brought to you by Millipore Sigma, we selected the most high impact articles surrounding natural aroma chemicals from Perfumer & Flavorist’s archives. You’ll find technical articles on new sourcing techniques, sulfur aroma chemicals for savory, high impact aroma chemistry and more.
Sigma-Aldrich, a brand of MilliporeSigma
May 4th, 2018
Conditioning and Repair in the Crosshairs: Free Ebook
There’s a lot happening in hair—and I don’t mean the market segment. Hair itself is growing (or not) and graying; kinking and curling; frizzing, fading, breaking, flaking or flying away, etc. Where does that leave the original fiber? Enter: hair condition and repair products. Attempts have been made to flatten and seal cuticles, stitch fibers together and smooth them over; to at the very least improve hair’s current condition at the surface while protecting it against further assault. That’s where
, the free ebook, sponsored by Croda, comes in, to boost your hair innovation infantry and conquer this consumer market. Download it today!
Sep 27th, 2017
Boosting Skin Strengths: Free Ebook
Skin is a hard-working entity, so a little help couldn’t hurt it. Both skin care developers and consumers realize it’s in our best interests to boost skin’s strengths and reinforce its weaknesses. That’s where this free Skin Care e-book, sponsored by DuPont, Tate & Lyle Bio Products, has you covered. If you’re as busy as your skin, this free e-book is structured to help boost your product development activities while reinforcing your bottom line. Download it today!
CovationBio PDO (formerly Dupont Tate & Lyle)
Aug 3rd, 2017
Citrus Beyond the Peel: Free Ebook
There’s more to citrus than the peel. As such, we’ve carefully selected the following citrus-related articles from
Perfumer & Flavorist
’s archives to curate a timeless and technical e-book, sponsored by Berjé. Download now!
Jun 7th, 2017
Transformations in Anti-aging: A New Era [Free Ebook]
Four years ago, a prediction was made that the anti-aging market would experience a major transformation. Per
, this already-mega category would explode by 80% due to two major changes in consumers: early intervention and extended lifespan. Has the market fared as well as predicted? It seems that yes, changes in consumers are driving growth. However, there’s more to the equation. Learn more from this free e-book, sponsored by Sabinsa. Download it today!
May 25th, 2017
Natural Renaissance: Ride the New Wave
In a survey of 1,000 American women over the age of 18, some 35% have plans to purchase more natural beauty products between 2016 and 2018 than they have previously. Maybe that's because today's naturals and botanicals are not the same; they have experienced a renaissance. This free e-book explains how. Sponsored by Bio-Botanica, the book features an interactive PDF directory of natural and botanical ingredients for skin care, prototype formulas and even a technical article. It's everything you need to start planting the seeds for next-generation natural products. Download it today!
Feb 2nd, 2017
Mint: The Free E-Book
Despite its cooling effects, mint is hot and getting hotter. But why? This free e-book, sponsored by Callisons, explains.
Nov 14th, 2016
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