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Symrise skin-care “genealogies”

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Ingredient supplier announces availability of two "genealogies" for body-care and sun-care products that provide a "detailed overview of existing products, new releases and trends on the market," representing "a valuable tool for the cosmetics industry." Like firm's genealogy for fine fragrances - first published in 1974 - and for personal care, new skin-care reports are organized along fragrance family lines (citrus, floral, oriental and woody), further broken down into subfamilies and grouped under "specifier" or reference products with key olfactory characteristics, Symrise notes. Genealogies help clarify "which market segments have seen an increase in product launches and which fragrance segments have so far only been partially covered, if at all.

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