What are the key fragrance trends today? Do we still require sweet, heavy air fresheners or are we beginning to prefer more subtle, fresher aromas? And if customers’ tastes are changing, how are air freshener companies adapting to their demands? Ann Laffeaty finds out.
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The Microair aerosol dispenser from Unicorn Hygienics is an automatic odour control system that is fully programmable.
Suitable for use in smaller spaces, the unit is compact and tamper resistant.
Unicorn says it has also added a new technology into its fragrance base that actively seeks and counteracts malodours rather than masking
Kimberly-Clark Professional has developed the new Aquarius Aircare fragrance dispensing system for use in washrooms.
Unpleasant odours top the list of complaints people make about washroom facilities, with 82 per cent citing a “really bad smell” as the most off-putting thing when they visit, according to a recent survey. The Aquarius
Tork manufacturer SCA says air freshening fragrances needs to be changed regularly in order to avoid the issue of fragrance fatigue. This occurs when regular users of washrooms become so accustomed to a particular aroma that they gradually fail to notice it.
To combat this the company offers a mixed pack of three different refills - Citrus,
The Viva!E continuous air freshening and odour control system from FDT has been endorsed as a Carbon Footprint Approved Product. This means it has been independently assessed and verified for emissions and energy consumption, and was found to have a significantly lower carbon footprint compared to aerosol products.
Viva!E uses patented Oxy-Gen
According to Hyprom its new BLO2 fragrancing system uses BLOwing nanotechnology that works with piezoelectricity and fragrance formulation refills.
Fragrance is literally blown through a mist of micro particles, which makes it stay airborne for longer. This solution, says Hyprom, is also highly eco-conscious.
The advanced technology also means