Chemical compound that has a smell or odor
What do the dawn of dial-up Internet, pool floats, and chill, early 90s party tunes have in common? They are the tenets of Vacation Inc, the sunscreen brand born of a cheeky radio station Poolsuite.fm. Among their suncare products, the brand launched with a sunscreen-scented fragrance, which turned out to be a huge hype hit, proving what we at SYL HQ already know: People love the smell of sunscreen. We have Marty Bell, one of the co-founders of both brands, to talk us through the genesis of a sunscreen scent and how vacation vibes built a brand.[What we smell like today: Snif Dead Dino, D.S. & Durga Leatherize]Find us on our website at Smellyalater.liveFollow us on Instagram @smellyalater.mp3Leave us a message or a query at Speakpipe.com/smellyalater
On today's episode, we are wrapping up the topic of forgiveness with our special guest, Rae with Aminu Law Firm, PLLC. She is sharing some of her personal stories with us on how she had to forgive a close family friend that took advantage of her. And of course, we share our own stories as well. Let's talk it out!Special thanks to Rae from Aminu Law Firm, PLLC. Please visit her website here https://aminulaw.com/ for consultationFind her on IG @officialraemusicXo Enna & LolaYou can now find FULL video episodes on Enna's YouTube channel. Visit https://www.youtube.com/c/EnnaAmedome to watch. We hope to see you there. Don't forget to like and subscribe while you are there!We would love to hear your input on this! So please email us with questions, comments, and/or topic ideas: firstname.lastname@example.orgVisit the website https://www.unravelinghiddentreasures.com/ for faith-filled, power packed blog posts that will empower, encourage, and edify you!Get your own copy of any of our free resources that will help you in your spiritual growth and journey. https://www.unravelinghiddentreasures.com/resources.html
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Join us for the first episode in a very special series taught by the iconic master of scents, Veronique Gabai. In this first chapter, Veronique discusses the differences between natural and synthetic components found in our beloved fragrances. The episode opens with an overview and finishes with an explanation of the technicalities we often don't hear of as consumers. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/skincareanarchy/message
After weeks of swatching, slathering and sniffing, today's episode is all about the top performers in fall skincare, makeup, fragrance and haircare – no messing around! We review the buzziest in newsmaking launches, from the highly-anticipated skincare range from Dr. Shereene Idriss aka Pillowtalk Derm, to the “clean conscience” complexion line from vegan fashion crusader Stella McCartney. Plus, meet the designer, alcohol-free fragrance sending the Insta-verse into the milky way. And stay tuned as we reveal the next big thing in hair care, why Guerlain makeup should not be slept on right now and finally, a long-lasting matte lipstick that's *actually* comfy on lips. **Special Announcement: We are revealing even more of our #DamnGood Fall 2022 fave products LIVE on PinTV tomorrow!! From Chanel's new “limousine of mascaras” to the new-and-improved Dyson airwrap, tune into Pinterest.com/TV, Thurs. Sept. 22nd at 6pm ET/3pm PST to listen, watch & shop in real time. Get social with us and let us know what you think of the episode! Find us on Instagram, Tiktok, Twitter. Join our private Facebook group, or give us a call and leave us a voicemail at 1-844-227-0302. For any products or links mentioned in this episode, check out our website: https://breakingbeautypodcast.com/episode-recaps/ PROMO CODES: When you support our sponsors, you support the creation of Breaking Beauty Podcast! OUAI Find your OUAI. Get a customized hair routine when you take their quiz at theouai.com and use code BEAUTY to get 15% off your entire purchase. MACY'S Macy's VIP Sale has arrived just in time to get everything you need to cozy up this fall. From September 23 to October 3, get 30% off regular, sale and clearance items, plus 15% off beauty. Shop the sale at macys.com. PAIR Get glasses as ever-changing as you are, with Pair. Go to paireyewear.com/BEAUTY15 for 15% off your first purchase. OSEA Find your new skincare and body care favorites at OSEAMalibu.com, and get 10% off your first order sitewide with promo code BEAUTY. You'll get free samples with every order, and orders over $50 get free shipping. BOMBAS For the comfiest underwear, t-shirts and socks, go to Bombas.com/Beauty and get 20% off your first purchase. *Disclaimer: Unless otherwise stated, all products reviewed are gratis media samples submitted for editorial consideration.* Hosts: Carlene Higgins and Jill Dunn Theme song, used with permission: Cherry Bomb by Saya Produced by Dear Media Studio
Aurélien Guichard reaps what he sows... and then facets it. The rose and tuberose in his fragrances? It's sourced directly from his own organic flower farm in Grasse. So yeah, in addition to being an illustrious, brilliant, 7th-generation perfumer responsible for some of your favorite smells (*cough cough* Gucci Guilty, Versace Eros, Narciso Poudree, Burberry Hero) Guichard is redefining what it means to be sustainable, natural, and locally-sourced (and not in an annoying greenwashing way). We discuss his path to perfumery, the inspiration behind Matière Première, and how you never know when an old fragrance formula might resurface and become the next... Gucci Pour Homme. FRAGS MENTIONED: Scents of Wood Plum in Cognac, BDK Gris Charnel, Robert Piguet Petit Fracas, Matière Première: Neroli Oranger, Cologne Cedrat, Santal Austral, Encens Suave; Robert Piguet Fracas, Giorgio Beverly Hills Giorgio, Robert Piguet Petit Fracas, Matiere Premiere French Flower, Guerlain Aqua Allegoria Anisia Bella, Sean John Unforgivable, Gucci Pour Homme, Matière Première Crystal Saffron, Gucci Guilty, Narciso Rodriguez, Narciso Poudree, Burberry Hero, Versace Eros, Matière Première: Radical Rose, French Flower; Kenzo FOLLOW: @matierepremiereparfums @aurelienguichard SHOP: luckyscent.com (code: 10pr for 10% off orders over $40) FOLLOW PERFUME ROOM: @perfumeroompod (IG) @emma_vern (TT)
In this re-release, Erin answers your questions about the effect of fragrance on your hormones - plus what to be aware of with the products we use on our bodies and in our home. Most people have no idea how harmful synthetic fragrances can be - or how often we are using them! The chemicals used to create or prolong these “fresh” scents impact our neurological health, metabolism, and immune system. We're bringing this topic back to the forefront because Erin will be doing a deep dive on autoimmunity here on the show soon, and exposure to certain chemicals is part of why autoimmune diseases are on the rise. Tune in to hear why cutting out fragrance is a simple, easy step to healthy living. In this episode: -Small steps we can take to get closer to non toxic living [9:04] -Starting with the basics [11:08] -Fragrance and endocrine disruptors [12:22] -“Overly sensitive” or canaries in the coalmine? [14:37] -A non exhaustive list of product types that contain artificial or synthetic fragrances [16:29] -The real problem with fragranced products [20:44] -How these fragrances can affect our health [22:56] -Why and how synthetic fragrances linger [28:03] -VOCs: what they are and common sources [29:22] -Best way to protect yourself from outdoor pollution [31:14] -Let's talk about phthalates [31:56] -Xenoestrogens and estrogen dominance [33:46] -How these chemicals impact our metabolism [34:43] -Mitochondrial dysfunction symptoms [36:55] FOR OUR FULL LIST OF LINKS + RESOURCES, HEAD TO: https://www.thefunktionalnutritionist.com/podcast/223-fragrances-hormones-healthy-living
On today's episode, we have a special guest, Rae with Aminu Law Firm, PLLC, chatting it up with us. Today she is dishing all and sharing her wisdom on a topic we all have had or may currently have a hard time with, and that is forgiveness. I don't know about you but we have personally had times when we had to forgive someone who did us wrong simply because of our love and obedience towards God. But it was definitely not an easy thing to do. Because quite frankly, forgiving someone who has caused us great pain is against our "flesh's" desire. So join us today as Rae shares some of her personal stories with us. And ya'll trust us, you do not want to miss this. It's that good! Let's talk it out!Special thanks to Rae from Aminu Law Firm, PLLC. Please visit her website here https://aminulaw.com/ for consultationFind her on IG @officialraemusic Xo Enna & LolaYou can now find FULL video episodes on Enna's YouTube channel. Visit https://www.youtube.com/c/EnnaAmedome to watch. We hope to see you there. Don't forget to like and subscribe while you are there!We would love to hear your input on this! So please email us with questions, comments, and/or topic ideas: email@example.comVisit the website https://www.unravelinghiddentreasures.com/ for faith-filled, power packed blog posts that will empower, encourage, and edify you!Get your own copy of any of our free resources that will help you in your spiritual growth and journey. https://www.unravelinghiddentreasures.com/resources.html
When co-founders and partners Matthew Herman and David Kien started developing Boy Smells, they weren't exactly sure they had a brand. In fact, Herman said the process of making candles in their living room in 2016 was a side hustle. Both Herman and Kien were working in fashion at the time; Herman was a designer at Nasty Gal and Kien worked in production at The Elder Statesman. "We didn't have a ton of high aspirations for the brand when we first started it because we really wanted it to be a recreational little side hustle. It was in years two and three that we really started to get serious. We left our jobs. We were running the entire business out of the living room, then it was the living room and kitchen, and then the living room, kitchen and sunroom. All of a sudden, there was inventory in the hallways," said Herman on the latest episode of the Glossy Beauty Podcast. While "genderful" Boy Smells launched at Sephora this month, it first launched into retail via independent stores like Boy George in Austin and now closed Barneys New York, positioning the line as for a fashion savvy person but sold at a more accessible price. Equally thoughtful is the brand's perspective on collaborations. After the runway success of Boy Smells' Slowburn candle with singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves, it would have been easy for the team to take a rinse and repeat mentality to other partnerships. But Herman said whoever Boy Smells works with has to represent what Boy Smells is all about, which led the brand to its latest work with Grace Jones. In essence, Hermand said, "[We asked ourselves], 'If we could choose one person that represents our genderful values and who we are as a brand, who would we want to work with?' And we went after that person, who is not the person that the digital people who want to inform every decision about ... audience reach or whatever [would choose]. We went after the person that we really felt represented our brand values," said Herman.
Welcome to our first fragrance episode! Join us as we dip our toes into the world of fragrance, introducing you (and each other) to new podcasts, websites, & instas that get into all things perfumed. Here's a few notes and products from this episode: Fat Mascara Ep 337 w/ Fragrance Fan, Mona Kattan Base Note Bitch: "Unhinged Fragrance Reviews" Smell Ya Later.mp3: "The only podcast about scent & smell (that we know of)" Maya Fragrances Commodity Fragrances Ariana Grande Fragrances (affiliate link) Behind The Red Door (affiliate link) Light + Bark Candles Acqua Di Gio Eau de Toilette (affiliate link) Henry Rose Fine Fragrances Beauty Pie (referral link) Zara Fragrances As always, thank you for supporting The Chic Strategy! Be sure to follow us on Instagram and become a part of the Strategist community on Patreon starting at $3 a month. Patreon Home link - https://www.patreon.com/thechicstrategy The Chic Strategy Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/thechicstrategy Yvonne IG - https://www.instagram.com/notsoperfectinscottsdale Tuesday IG - https://www.instagram.com/fromtuesday Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
It's the 2022 Second Maybe Annual Smell Ya Later Awards, in which your hosts collect the year's most significant, impressive, iconic, legendary, and problematic smells into the most relevant categorization that we can wrap our noses around. Please enjoy this entirely serious, cash prize money, official awards ceremony for the best, biggest, smells in the industry of smells, please, and thank you. [What we smell like today: Byredo 1996, Hermetica Appear]Find us on out website at Smellyalater.liveFollow us on Instagram @smellyalater.mp3Leave us a message or a query at Speakpipe.com/smellyalater
WOWOW, have you missed my train of thought musings? You are in luck. Today's ep is just moi and I'm talking about my biggest fall trend prediction: *mac & cheese scents.* (And btw, please, do join me in making this expression happen.) I also discuss how Baccarat Rouge is a microcosm of of larger Internet behavior, specifically TikTok behavior, and more specifically, the current state of PerfumeTok. Plus, I share the scents I'll be wearing all fall long, some fun facts about me, my thoughts on aromatherapy, and how I display and organize my collection. FRAGS MENTIONED: Thomas de Monaco Eau Coeur, MFK Baccarat Rouge 540, Snif Sweet Ash, Le Labo Santal 33, Chabaud Lait et Chocolat, Marissa Zappas Annabel's Birthday Cake, Ateliers Des Ors Lune Feline, Commodity Velvet+, Citrus BatiKanga, Jo Malone Grapefruit, Penhaligon's Juniper Sling, Chris Collins African Rooibos, Commodity Orris, Atelier Cafe Tuberose, Diptyque Orpheon, Floris Platinum 22, Akro Dark, The Maker Wild, Christian Dior Bois D'Argent, Milano Fragranze Basilica, Maison Margiela Lipstick On, Kierin Pier NY, Burberry Her, ELdO Secretions Magnifies, Akro Night FOLLOW PERFUME ROOM: @perfumeroompod (IG) @emma_vern (TT) SIGN UP FOR SEPT SMELL CLUB: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/september-smell-club-boozy-tickets-416425759657 PURCHASE THE SAMPLE PACK: https://www.luckyscent.com/product/910003/sample-pack-boozy-by-perfume-room-smell-club
When I say this episode is a must-listen, I mean it! Hannah Drury is the founder and owner of Peppermint Grove and Moss St Fragrances - major, MAJOR players in the home fragrance space. While her business may be valued in the tens of millions today, nine years ago Hannah was sleeping on a blow up mattress in her manufacturing facility to save money and be close to the business. In this episode Hannah shares it all - the ups and downs, the lessons, the advice and even insight into her business structures and finances, nothing is off limits! Find Hannah and her brands online @peppermintgroveau, @mossstfragrances and @hanjdrury Want more Behind the Brand? Find us on Instagram and TikTok @behindthebrand.podcast
The 'Discourse on Burning', also known as 'Fire Semon', is considered the third formal discourse of the Buddha. It is distinguished by the highest reported number of attainments: 1,000 monks attained total release, Nibbāna, while listening to the Buddha teaching. The Buddha starts this discourse with the challenging claim that the whole world is on fire!
Today's message, “Fragrance of the Invisible" is brought to us by Pastor Adrian Crawford. We hope you enjoy today's sermon. Get connected with us through our app or on our website at www.engagetallahassee.com/connect. If you'd like to give to Engage Church, please click this link: www.engagetallahassee.com/give. Follow along with us throughout the week on IG & FB at @engagetlh
Join us for a very special Fragrance Friday Special featuring “The First Lady Of Fragrance”, Sue Philipps as she does a deep dive into her philosophy, vision and passion for the work that has inspired her to create the top fragrances in the industry time and time again. Global luxury beauty companies, Elizabeth Arden and Lancȏme hired Sue for her marketing expertise, followed by Tiffany & Co. who recruited Sue as VP Marketing Fragrance, where she spearheaded the development, creation and launch of the successful TIFFANY perfume for their 150th Anniversary internationally. From Tiffany, Sue established her company Scenterprises Inc. and designed and launched f ragrances for Society by Burberry, Burberry for Men, Diane von Furstenburg and many other well-known brands. Throughout her career, Sue's passion, ability and ingenuity have resulted in her being at the forefront of innovation and always delivering quality products and experiences to her clients. Sue's passion for fragrance and her recent extraordinary success in helping long-hauler Covid-19 Anosmia sufferers (who have lost their sense of smell) has meant she has caught the eye of and been featured on many top USA television and radio shows and been written about in a plethora of well known magazines and newspapers. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/skincareanarchy/message
Can you really get sun protection from clothing? Is a stepkid's fragrance habit going to damage my little ones' health? What's the deal with teenagers and The Body Shop? Liz answers a few burning questions on this episode of Liz Talks.Helpful links, discounts, & affiliates:Vibrant Body Company: bras, underwear & tanks - use code LIZ15 for 15% off your purchase!https://realfoodliz.com/vibrantEmail list: join so you don't miss any updates!http://realfoodliz.com/email/5-Minute Daily Fix: Life changing way to start your dayhttps://www.athleticmom.com/daily-fix Nutritional Therapy Association Education: How I got my start! Use code liz500 for $500 off the 9/12/22 class start!https://xb401.isrefer.com/go/ntpcourse/liz/LMNT Electrolyte Packs - FREE sample pack with any purchase through this link:DrinkLMNT.com/RealFoodLiz
Plants have long harnessed the chemical characteristics of aromatic compounds to shape the world around them. Frankincense resin from the genus Boswellia seals injured tissues and protects trees from invading pathogens. Jasmine produces a molecule called linalool that attracts pollinating moths with its flowery scent. Tobacco uses a similarly sweet-smelling compound called benzyl acetone to attract pollinators. Only recently in the evolutionary history of plants, however, have humans learned to co-opt their fragrances to seduce, heal, protect, and alter moods themselves. In this wide-ranging and accessible Scent: A Natural History (Yale University Press, 2022), biologist-turned-perfumer Dr. Elise Vernon Pearlstine turns our human-centered perception of fragrance on its head and investigates plants' evolutionary reasons for creating aromatic molecules. Delving into themes of spirituality, wealth, power, addiction, royalty, fantasy, and more, Pearlstine uncovers the natural history of aromatic substances and their intersection with human culture and civilization. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/science
Plants have long harnessed the chemical characteristics of aromatic compounds to shape the world around them. Frankincense resin from the genus Boswellia seals injured tissues and protects trees from invading pathogens. Jasmine produces a molecule called linalool that attracts pollinating moths with its flowery scent. Tobacco uses a similarly sweet-smelling compound called benzyl acetone to attract pollinators. Only recently in the evolutionary history of plants, however, have humans learned to co-opt their fragrances to seduce, heal, protect, and alter moods themselves. In this wide-ranging and accessible Scent: A Natural History (Yale University Press, 2022), biologist-turned-perfumer Dr. Elise Vernon Pearlstine turns our human-centered perception of fragrance on its head and investigates plants' evolutionary reasons for creating aromatic molecules. Delving into themes of spirituality, wealth, power, addiction, royalty, fantasy, and more, Pearlstine uncovers the natural history of aromatic substances and their intersection with human culture and civilization. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Leigh Campbell is a perfume collector. Since her time as a beauty editor, Leigh has been curating a fine collection of scents. On today's episode she sits down with Kelly to chat about the perfume she wears on date night, the one fragrance she has repurchased over 8 times and the spendiest scent in her collection. THE END BITS Subscribe to Mamamia RECOMMENDATIONS: All the wonderful products mentioned in today's episode can be found below! Juliette Has A Gun, Not A Perfume, $159 (50ml EDP) Tom Ford, Velvet Orchid, $142 (30ml EDP) Floral Street Sunflower Pop, $127 (50ml EDP) Aerin Tuberose Le Soir, $336 (50ml DP) Amouage , Honour Woman, $359 (50ml EDP) Ouai, Rue St Honore, $92 (50ml EDP) Jo Malone, Jasmine Sambac and Marigold Cologne Intense, $220 (50ml) Who Is Elijah, Nomad, $135 (50ml EDP) Aromantik, Tropique Narcotique, $85 (10ml fragrance oil) Perfume and Skincare, Fig and Olive, $59.50 (50ml concentrate) GET IN TOUCH: Got a beauty question you want answered? Email us at email@example.com or call the podphone on 02 8999 9386. Join our You Beauty Facebook Group here. Want this and other podcasts delivered straight to your inbox? Subscribe to our podcast newsletter. You Beauty is a podcast by Mamamia. Listen to more Mamamia podcasts here. CREDITS: Hosts: Leigh Campbell & Kelly McCarren Producer: Mikayla Floriano Audio Producer: Leah Porges Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Just by reading our articles or listening to our podcasts, you're helping to fund girls in schools in some of the most disadvantaged countries in the world - through our partnership with Room to Read. We're currently funding 300 girls in school every day and our aim is to get to 1,000. Find out more about Mamamia at mamamia.com.auBecome a Mamamia subscriber: https://www.mamamia.com.au/subscribeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Fragrance Agent Bart Schmidt is in the Perfume Room today! Don't know what a fragrance agent is? You'll learn in this episode! Bart breaks down every aspect of the process of creating a fragrance from ideation to getting the bottle into consumers' hands — a great listen if you've ever been curious about how to launch your own fragrance! Bart also shares what his the trends he thinks are here to stay and what's to come, who the next Le Labos of the industry will be, and why indie brands continue to break the mold when it comes to fragrance. FRAGS MENTIONED: Penhaligon's Juniper Sling, Diptyque Do Son EDT, Tom Ford Black Orchid, YSL Opium, Le Labo Rose 31, Giorgio Beverly Hills Giorgio, 4711, Melanie Martinez Cry Baby, Le Labo Santal 33, MFK Baccarat Rouge 540, Hayley Kiyoko Hue, Armani Acqua Di Gio, Bleu de Chanel, Coco Madamoiselle, Roblé Clique, Chanel Antaess, Halston Z14, Aramis Devin, leVerden Bamboo Salt Body Lotion 20% OFF andreamaack.com: code 'perfumeroom20' FOLLOW BART: @agentfragrance FOLLOW PERFUME ROOM: @perfumeroompod (IG) @emma_vern (TT)
How to leave your small town, become a super model, win Star Search 11 times, become a super entrepreneur and create your own fragrance company with Mona Maine De-Biran Mona Maine de Biran (born August 11, 1969) is an American businesswoman, entrepreneur, socialite, model, blogger, and advocate. She is the winner of Star Search Spokesmodel 1995. Mona is also the founder of a NY-centric fine fragrance house, KIERIN NYC, and a blog called ‘Manhattan Minds' which she runs. She is a Countess by marriage, as her husband is the male-line descendent of Count Arnaud de Gontier and the French philosopher Francois-Pierre Gontier de Biran, usually known as ‘Maine de Biran'.
In this fragrance Friday we chat with Whitney Swales, Founder of Wit & West Perfumes to learn about her nature inspired line and also to dive into the world of natural vs synthetic scents. Whitney shares a wealth of information and knowledge about all things fragrance including the break down of why certain scents smell different based on how they may be distilled and processed all the way to the history of fragrance. Fun fact: did you know that cologne doesn't imply that it is a scent for men? Learn more similar fragrance facts during this very special fragrance friday! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/skincareanarchy/message