Fragrance for Soaps
Soaps have for long been seen as an indulgent luxury with the origination of soap dating back to 2800 BC by the Ancient Egyptians. Soap was not only for personal care usage but also goods and medical purposes. Since those times soap has taken a number of different forms with liquid soaps gaining interest. Sweet and fresh scents are the order of the day for soap fragrances. Vanilla has long been a favourite with aloe vera, cucumber and citrus scents also favoured by consumers. Cocktails of exotic and fruit scents and more decadent gourmands are also a popular choice among consumers.
Deodorants have come a long way since they were first created. Masking odour with overpowering smell has been replaced with deodorising botanicals and herbs. Scents like green tea, eucalyptus and lemongrass are being regularly being selected and the trend for sparkling, floral and fruity fragrances, which are refreshing and natural, are also showing a continued demand.
Body Washes and Creams
Body washes not only help us to feel invigorated and refreshed but also also leaves us with a sense of confidence, especially when a long-lasting aroma lingers long after you’ve showered. Tropical, fruity and citrus fragrances are a big hit for body washes, whereas the more soothing and luxurious fragrances of shea butter, cocoa and coconut are perfect for body creams, bath products and lotions.