Recent in Fragrance (page 5 of 5)
Apr 21, 2006 | Roger E. Stier and Jacqueline Lucia, Noville Inc.
Diglycerol is a humectant that also provides unique sensory qualities in toothpaste (improves impacted flavor and longevity of cooling and fresh breath sensation) and deodorant sticks (reduces irritation and tackiness; improves clarity, fragrance impact and fragrance longevity).
Apr 21, 2006 | J. Stephan Jellinek
Recent research shows that fragrances may be smelled and remembered implicitly, that is without awareness of their presence. This finding helps to explain well-known but poorly understood facts about fragrance in functional consumer products: namely, their widely-shared meanings within markets and their halo effect. Implicit olfaction has consequences for fragrance selection and testing, as well as for product labeling and advertising.
Apr 2, 2006
Ampacet Corp. has introduced an ingredient that removes taste- and odor-causing molecules in low-density polyethylene (LDPE)...
Mar 31, 2006 | Steve Herman, AFF International
Fragrance is a complex system of aroma chemicals whose potential to interact with the base in formulated products is reviewed in this article, with a focus on fragrance in emulsion systems and surfactant systems.
Mar 24, 2006
Lyondell Chemical Company presents cooling systems for the flavor and fragrance industry.
Jan 25, 2006
Leon Wright and his wife stumbled on the large lump of ambergris on a South Australian beach.
Jan 2, 2006 | Rachel Chapman, Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine
The dynamic duo of fragrance and personal care products share more than consumer demand -- they share their formulators’ quest for global harmonization, need to meet consumer demands and overall concern for the safety of consumers. Ladd Smith, president of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM), explained some of the issues faced by the fragrance industry.
Jan 2, 2006 | Bud Brewster
What happens when you put fragrance into an emulsion? How will it affect the emulsion? What controls how the fragrance will be released? How can you design a formulation that achieves the desired formulation characteristics and fragrance release?
Dec 13, 2005 | Randy Schueller and Perry Romanowski, Alberto Culver
This article introduces the beginner to fragrance chemistry by discussing fragrance ingredients, the development process, formulation issues and fragrance regulations in the EU.
May 6, 2003 | Philip Carrubba, Edward Matson and Elizabeth Carrubba, Carrubba Inc.
This article reviews the various technical considerations of which the formulator should be aware relating to fragrancing a wide variety of reactive and non-reactive hair care products, including shampoos, conditioners, styling gels, mousses, hair sprays,
May 6, 2003 | Lin Lu Healy, Penreco
Block copolymer blends dissolved in white mineral oil or similar non-polar materials can produce heterophase, thermally reversible, crystal-clear gels that possess many desirable properties for the cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries.