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by Lebermuth, on Jun 03, 2019

 Ever wonder how a candle works? If so, continue reading to learn some fun facts about the science of candles.

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by Lebermuth, on Jan 28, 2019

Living Coral is Pantone’s 2019 Color of the Year, embracing our need for “comfort and buoyancy,” “optimism and joyful pursuits.”

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by Lebermuth, on Jun 09, 2017

(BPT) - Paris just added a new museum to its list of places to visit in the City of Lights. Perfume lovers can immerse themselves in all things perfume at the newly opened Grand Musée du Parfum on Faubourg Saint-Honoré.

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by Lebermuth, on Jun 02, 2017

 Reports show that sales in natural body care products have increased 10.6%, making it a billion-dollar industry.

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by Lebermuth, on May 08, 2017

As fashion on the runway flows with the changes of the seasons, fragrances are migrating to the role of fashion accessory and away from the role of being a singular, signature scent. Spring welcomes fashion that prepares us for warmer weather and opportunities to enjoy the sights and smells of blooming flowers and citrus fruits. In similar fashion, perfume trends for Spring 2017 are complementing the designs of the Spring 2017 runway collections. Continue reading to discover how fragrance and fashion are uniting fashion forces.

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by Lebermuth, on Mar 20, 2017

 Financial projections estimate that the global fragrance and perfume market will earn $51 billion by the year 2022. These projections are based on how the fragrance industry continues to emulate and evolve with trends year after year. In 2017, the trends are all about individuality, gender neutrality and a return to nature. 

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by Lebermuth, on Feb 24, 2017

When patrons walk into a shopping mall, they are bombarded with bright, attention-grabbing advertisements as well as enticing (and sometimes obnoxiously loud) music. Some stores add the sense of smell to their arsenal by holding the nostrils of their patrons hostage with smells that can’t be ignored. Interestingly, researchers have concluded that a person’s cultural background determines whether those smells are considered desirable or repulsive.

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