Perfume and Fine Fragrance

The Perfume and Fine Fragrance market is driven by the creation and development of exciting, unique and new fragrances to attract different consumer groups across the world. A successful brand identity for a product will hinge upon getting the perfect scent for your intended consumer.

Perfume and Fine Fragrance  Creation

Fine Fragrances are often a complex myriad of different fragrance notes. These evoke powerful memories and emotions. Finding the right fragrance can help you exude confidence and can bring balance and control to an often busy and stressful world. The rising popularity of lighter-scented products, especially among younger consumers and the availability of affordable body splashes, body mists and body sprays are expected to boost the sales of perfume and fragrance products. Fine Fragrances can encompass notes such as delicate florals, marine, fresh fragrances, sweet gourmands, rich leathers and smooth musks.

Perfume and Fine Fragrance

“The Worlwide Perfume and Fine Fragrance market value is expected to increase by 16% annually between 2020 to 2026 driven by changing fashion trends.”

Floral Fragrances

Floral fragrances have long been used in the creation of perfumes, utilising a wide range of both strong and subtle accords. Historically most floral perfumes are built around jasmine, lavender and rose, however as fragrance has developed, notes now include modern floral hues such as peony, lily, daisy, poppy, iris, orange blossom and tuberose. Floral scents are playful and lift emotions, they often focus on one accord which blooms as the fragrance develops.

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Citrus Fragrances

Citrus accords are synonymous with colognes and perfumes which exude freshness, energy and zest. Popular citrus notes include Sicilian lemon, grapefruit, lime, elemi, bergamot and mandarin.

But the term citrus actually includes more elements than you may initially think. It can include citrusy-smelling raw materials such as lemongrass, verbena and bergamot.

These zesty, zingy fruity notes within fragrances have become a tried and tested way to add freshness to a fragrance. These refreshing and effervescent notes not only add life when blended with deeper muskier fragrances but can also add an elegant and sparkling quality to fine fragrances.

Citrus accords pair well with other fragrance families as they lift leathers, warm woods and brighten florals and when combined with other fragrance accords, they can create a hidden quality adding to the complexity of scent.

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Woody Fragrances

Wood fragrance notes are extremely versatile and range in profile from creamy white woods to earthy, rugged agar. Suitable for male, female and unisex perfumes, wood notes can include sandalwood, cedar, birch and agar. They are often paired with amber, subtle musks and woody accords that flourish in the dry down of a fragrance.

Leather Fragrances

Leather fragrance notes in perfumery have been around for thousands of years. This ancient and much-loved scent is constantly being reinvented. The last few years have seen a re-emergence of leather notes within fragrance creation. Leathery notes can differ vastly from one another, ranging from smoky, woody and floral to tobacco scents. Perfumers today have a range of synthetic chemicals that are able to create a natural leather odour.

When blended with different elements, however, leather can assume either a lighter, gentle and more delicate feminine guise or deeper, stronger, dominating masculine accent.

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Consult with our helpful and experienced team about the right fragrance for your product. We work with both household names and smaller, niche businesses to help them create brand identity and a unique proposition for their products. Due to our extensive international reach, we can work with you to create the right product for your market and customer. We apply the IFRA Code of Practice to the manufacturing and handling of all fragrance materials.

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