• About the Candle Making Industry
    2020-10-28

    About the Candle Making Industry

    The candle industry has grown to a multi-billion dollar industry, and market analysis reports show that this industry is going to grow even more. Candle makers are not only using paraffin wax to make candles, they are now also using gel wax, soy waxes, and other natural-based waxes. Candle companies are also complimenting their candle line with bath and body products, incense, reed diffusers, cleaning products, pet products, homemade cosmetics,  and homemade natural soaps. Consumers are becoming more aware of the superior quality of handmade candles and soap products. Handmade candles are stronger than machine-made candles, and this quality alone is getting consumers to buy handmade candles as opposed to machine-made. Consumers are also realizing that handmade natural soap is superior to store-bought soap. Natural soap lasts longer, is gentler on your skin, and does not contain the additives that store-bought soap contains. In addition to candles and soap, consumers are spending more and more money on products that SMELL GOOD. Consumers want their homes, cars, clothes, and especially themselves to Smell Good. Perfumists and scientists are working harder than ever to create unique products that support these desires and spending habits. Homemade gifts are increasing in popularity.  Instead of buying gifts for your friends and relatives, try making homemade scented products instead.  Homemade gifts always mean more to the recipients than store bought products. If you would like to enter into an industry that is exciting and creative, prosperous and still growing, Y&R would like to help you get started on your road to success!
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  • With an annual capacity of 38,000 tons, Givaudan Group built the world's largest factory in China
    2020-10-22

    With an annual capacity of 38,000 tons, Givaudan Group built the world's largest factory in China

    The major projects of Changzhou Hi-tech Zone bear fruit again. On October 15, Givaudan Flavors and Fragrances (Changzhou) Co., Ltd. held an opening ceremony in Changzhou Binjiang Economic Development Zone. Swiss Consul General in Shanghai Zeng Liwei and city leader Hang Yong attended the event. Givaudan and Changzhou High-tech Zone signed an investment agreement in 2016 to invest 100 million Swiss francs in the Changzhou Binjiang Economic Development Zone to build a project with an annual output of 38,000 tons of flavors and fragrances. This is the largest investment project of Givaudan Fragrance and Beauty Division in China so far. The foundation of the project was laid in October 2017, and it is planned to build the largest factory of the group in the world. At present, the project has been successfully put into production. Changzhou has thus become an important base for Givaudan's development in China. Givaudan's Changzhou production base adopts highly automated advanced ingredient technology to reach the highest global standard for daily flavor manufacturing. It mainly produces daily flavors, dental flavors and microcapsule flavors, and is expected to achieve annual sales revenue of more than 1 billion yuan. It is reported that Givaudan Group is a leading company in the global flavors and fragrances industry, headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, focusing on the production and sales of edible flavors and daily-use flavors, with business covering all important markets around the world, with a total of 73 production bases and approximately 15,000 Employees. As a listed company on the Swiss Stock Exchange, Givaudan Group had a total sales of US$6.7 billion in 2019.
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  • How to choose fragrance oils to make your product
    2020-10-16

    How to choose fragrance oils to make your product

    It is normal for fragrance to change color or precipitate during use, so it is recommended that customers tell us the specific use when choosing flavors. For example, when you need to purchase fragrance and go back to make white shampoo, we will replace the easily discolored raw materials in the fragrance and choose the same non-discolored raw materials. This will not affect the formula of the cream and the color of the finished product. 1. Candles and lipstick fragrances are oil-soluble 2. Most perfume fragrances are water-soluble 3. Facial creams, shampoos and body lotions mostly use fragrances that are not easy to change color
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  • How to Make Perfume Using Essential Oils
    2020-09-29

    How to Make Perfume Using Essential Oils

    Store-bought perfume can be expensive, and you might not find exactly the scent you're looking for. So instead, you can create your own perfume using your favorite essential oil.Essential oil perfume is quick and easy to make, and the combinations are virtually endless. Simply keep track of how many drops of each essential oil you add to the carrier oil (the skin-friendly base oil that's used to dilute the essential oils), so you'll know how to replicate the recipe in the future. Besides creating your own signature scent, essential oil perfume can make a great personalized gift. Instructions 1.Prepare Your Bottle Clean out an old perfume bottle or other small glass bottle or jar. You can make as much or as little perfume as you want, but typically a bottle that fits around 4 ounces is ideal. 2.Add the Carrier Oil Take your carrier oil, and add around 2 to 3 ounces of it to your glass bottle. The measurement doesn't have to be precise. But do note that the more carrier oil you use, the more essential oils you'll need to achieve your desired scent. 3.Add the Base Note Now it's time to add drops of essential oil that will create the base note of the fragrance (the longest-lasting part of the scent). Cinnamon, jasmine, cedarwood, rose, vanilla, myrrh, and clove essential oils all make excellent base notes. Use roughly 15 drops of the base essential oil of your choice. 4.Add the Middle Note Essential oil for the middle note (the scent that comes out a little while after applying the fragrance) is next. Use roughly 15 drops of your chosen essential oil. Chamomile, geranium, juniper, pine, rosemary, ylang-ylang, nutmeg, lavender, cypress, and bay all make good middle notes. 5.Add the Top Note The top note (the scent you smell right away after application) is the last essential oil to complete your perfume. Again, you'll want to add around 15 drops to your perfume bottle. Some good top note essential oils include eucalyptus, lemon, grapefruit, peppermint, spearmint, sage, tea tree, and orange. 6.Add a Fixative Your homemade perfume is not complete without a fixative, which preserves the perfume and keeps it fresh. An effective and skin-friendly fixative is a vitamin E capsule. Simply stick a small pin or other sharp object into the capsule, and squeeze out the contents into your perfume bottle. 7.Shake to Combine Place the lid on your perfume bottle, and give it a good shake to combine all of the ingredients. If you make more than one bottle of essential oil perfume at a time, place an ingredients label on the bottle to help you remember which scent is inside. You can use the perfume right away. However, if you let it rest for a couple of weeks, the oils will have time to blend and the scent will be stronger and last longer when you wear it. The original written by Alicia Bodine
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  • How much fragrance or essential oil we need for making soap
    2020-09-24

    How much fragrance or essential oil we need for making soap

    Finding out how much fragrance or essential oil you need is really that simple. You can also use the calculator to create custom blends. Find the general recommended amounts for various products below - they are medium strength. Essential Oils: Cold Process Soap: 0.7 ounces per pound Melt and Pour Soap: 0.3 ounces per pound Rebatch Soap: 0.4 ounces per pound Lotion: 0.2 ounces per pound Liquid Soap: 0.2 ounces per pound Salts and Scrubs: 0.3 ounces per pound Candles: 0.8 ounces per pound Shampoo and Conditioner: 0.2 ounces per pound Fragrance Oils: Cold Process Soap: 0.7 ounces per pound Melt and Pour Soap: 0.3 ounces per pound Rebatch Soap: 0.4 ounces per pound Lotion: 0.2 ounces per pound Liquid Soap: 0.2 ounces per pound Salts and Scrubs: 0.3 ounces per pound Candles: 0.8 ounces per pound Shampoo and Conditioner: 0.2 ounces per pound Some fragrance and essential oils are light or exceedingly strong in soap, so you can always use a little more or a little less to your preference. For instance, English Rose Fragrance Oil is very strong, so you don’t need to use a full 0.7 ounces per pound of soap to get a strong scent. Always adjust to your personal preference.
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  • Congratulations to DHFF for winning the title of
    Sep 17,2020.

    Congratulations to DHFF for winning the title of "2020 China Top 100 Cosmetic Supply Chain"

    On September 1, the awards ceremony of the Top 100 Chinese Cosmetic Supply Chain Companies hosted by China Beauty.com was held in Guangzhou Baiyun International Conference Center. Tianjin DHFF Flavors and Fragrances Co., Ltd., the honorary president of Pingyao Branch of Tianjin Shanxi Chamber of Commerce (co-sponsor of China Shanxi Merchants Club), won the title of "Top 100 Cosmetic Supply Chains in China in 2020". This grand ceremony brought together many excellent industry suppliers and senior professionals, witnessed the birth of the top 100, discussed and exchanged new trends in the development of cosmetics industry innovation, technology, and regulations. The selection of the top 100 cosmetics supply chain companies in China is based on industry classification and reputation inspection from tens of thousands of supplier companies. The seven indicators of performance, scale, reputation, taxation, innovation, influence and future prospects are passed through industry announcements and combined Online voting and professional review were finally born. DHFF fragrance won this honor by virtue of its strength, and has won unanimous recognition within and outside the industry. As a local flavor company with a history of 26 years, DHFF has established a branch in Guangzhou since 2019 to serve important customers in southern China. 2020 is a special year. The sudden epidemic and the turbulent international situation have brought huge challenges to all walks of life. However, DHFF still firmly invests in the Guangzhou and South China markets, and moved to Guangzhou Yuexiu in June this year. The new site of the District China International Center. Today, Chinese consumers have developed to a stage where there are more diversified and personalized product demands. Feng Tianle, general manager of DHFF Flavors, said that DHFF is good at understanding consumer needs and preferences from a localized perspective, and hopes that in the future, it can make more use of its advantages in the field of scent research and innovation to help the development of customers of various brands, and is committed to working with customers for China Consumers bring richer and more creative ingenuity products, and obtain more sustainable development and progress in cooperation.
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