Fragrancing Sun Care Products

Jun 1, 2012 | Contact Author | By: Jill B. Costa, PhD, Bell Flavors and Fragrances, Northbrook, IL, USA
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Title: Fragrancing Sun Care Products
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Keywords: top | middle and base note; movement and linearity; indoor/outdoor tanning; self-tanning

Abstract: Outdoor, indoor and self-tanning products have different usage profiles, thus fragrancing each product type has special considerations with respect to the overall fragrance structure and the types of characters that work best. The present article reviews fragrance structure and discusses specific considerations for each product type to assist formulators in designing successful sun care products.

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JB Costa, Fragrancing sun care products, Cosm & Toil 127(6) 430-433 (Jun 2012)

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For consumers seeking a dark brown glow to their skin, either naturally by the sun or by targeted chemical reactions, tanning products are important to skin health. It is also important for such products to have the appropriate olfactory aesthetics to reinforce their functional benefits as well as provide the best possible experience for the user.

Outdoor, indoor and self-tanning products have different usage profiles and provide discrete benefits to their end consumers. Thus, fragrancing each type of tanning product has special considerations with respect to the overall fragrance structure and the types of characters that work best. The present article reviews fragrance structure and discusses specific considerations for each product type to assist formulators in designing successful sun care products.

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This content is adapted from an article in GCI Magazine. The original version can be found here.

 
 

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