Three Reasons to Read the Saponifier
What’s New? Well, almost new. More accurately, the question is, what’s coming up in the Nov./Dec. edition of the Saponifier?
You voted, you waited, and it’s almost here–the Raves for Faves, 2012 results! Find out your colleagues’ favorite suppliers, form of communication, scents, products, and more! Will you be surprised by the results or will they be what you expected? No hints today. You’ll have to read the article by Beth Byrne to find out!
As if that’s not enough, you’ll also find. . .
Sustainability in the Aromatic Market
As a soapmaker or chandler, the scent aspect of a product is essential to developing not only a cohesive retail line but also in the development of a loyal customer base. In layman’s terms, scent is extremely important to everyone involved in the toiletries and cosmetic industries. Yet the production of scent, the very building blocks of the aromas relied on by so many, is affected by numerous outside influences. As researchers across the globe turn their
attention to the aromatic market, they all echo the same sentiment: Will our current actions lead to a day when it is impossible to create
a scented product?
Just as you can use essential oils to scent your soap and bath products, you can also use essential oils to create all natural perfumes. First you need an understanding of some of the basic elements of perfume. In this month’s Herbal Wisdom column, Erica Pence walks us through the building blocks of a natural perfume, giving us the tools to begin producing our own custom essential oil blends.
Just a few more days and you’ll be reading your very own copy!