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This Month in Fragrance: September 2019

By Deanna Utroske

Fragrance makers big and small from Latin America, Asia, and the States were in the headlines on Cosmetics Design this month. Here are the highlights, including an Indie Beauty Profile of Georgia-based Othús Perfumery, 3 new fragrances from Shiseido,...

Givaudan’s new fragrance concept is all about food

Givaudan’s new fragrance concept is all about food

By Deanna Utroske

The global flavors and fragrance company announced its new Delight collection this month, bringing to market fragrance molecules and bases developed in tandem with Givaudan flavorists. It’s a project that’s novel for both this cross-division collaboration...

Shiro expands out of Japan into UK

Shiro expands out of Japan into UK

By Natasha Spencer

The beauty brand’s move into London, UK, marks a strategic step as it turns its attention beyond its home country of Japan.

Firmenich leads the way biotech fragrance

Firmenich leads the way on biotech fragrance

By Simon Pitman

Firmenich has been an early pioneer in harbouring biotechnology to advance its portfolio of fragrance ingredients, a move that has also helped to increase efficiencies and cut its environmental impact.

Natural Notes: Where fragrance fits in the natural beauty niche

Natural Notes: Where fragrance fits in the natural beauty niche

By Deanna Utroske

Perfume, parfum, eau de toilette, cologne, body spray, essential oils—all of these are coming into conversation with the natural beauty movement. And earlier in the fragrance supply chain natural sourcing initiatives are getting very interesting.

Aptar: latest innovation roundup

Aptar: latest innovation roundup

By Lucy Whitehouse

We take a look at some of the latest innovations coming from major packaging players within the beauty and personal care industry. First up, Aptar.

Dangerous counterfeit perfume prosecutions in UK

Dangerous counterfeit perfume prosecutions in UK

By Lucy Whitehouse

A couple in the UK have been prosecuted for selling counterfeit perfumes containing dangerous levels of methanol, with the products in question, if genuine, totalling a value of £175,000.

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