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    Default Re: EU Prepares to regulate more fragrance ingredients

    Quote Originally Posted by Irina View Post
    For people interested in more information on the subject, here is the official most recent pdf by SCCS
    http://ec.europa.eu/health/scientifi...sccs_o_102.pdf
    Oh bother : I've had experience with "expert advisers" like these.

    They hire a number of "hazard experts" to see if there's a problem, they pay them a substantial sum , and what : after being paid all that money for their expertize, they are going to come back and report that they've *not* found any hazards ?

    Frankly, when it's someone's job description to find problems, you can pretty much bet that they are going to find problems.

    And that the next group of such experts will discover even more.

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    Default Re: EU Prepares to regulate more fragrance ingredients

    It's one thing for us to hoard and scoop up vintage, but when that's exhausted, what do future generations do -- wait for the invention of Star Trek replicators to chemically reanimate vintage Mitsouko and Opium extraits?
    In a world where 6 million people are added each month, every landscape matters.

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    Default Re: EU Prepares to regulate more fragrance ingredients

    Quote Originally Posted by Diamondflame View Post
    Yeah, stockpile your holy grail fragrances NOW.
    Oh dear, it's getting more and more grim, isn't it?... Yeah I started stockpiling back in 2006 when the furor first exploded. I think it would be a pity to no longer be able to get ANY decent perfumes from retailers though. Now there are still some good ones you can get from retailers, but what about the future?


    As a further question, what about other markets? I know what happens in the EU affects other regions as well, but if the Middle Eastern market is growing, the Asian market has potential etc, then would the fragrance companies consider different regional approaches, like an EU formulation and an non-EU formulation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quarry View Post
    It's one thing for us to hoard and scoop up vintage, but when that's exhausted, what do future generations do -- wait for the invention of Star Trek replicators to chemically reanimate vintage Mitsouko and Opium extraits?
    What would be even more ridiculous would be if people were forced to replicate "vintage Coco Mademoiselle" or "vintage J'Adore".

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    Default Re: EU Prepares to regulate more fragrance ingredients

    Everyone get ready for more inferior reformulations of classics!

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    Default Re: EU Prepares to regulate more fragrance ingredients

    Quote Originally Posted by 2ndBakeryAttack View Post
    Everyone get ready for more inferior reformulations of classics!
    I fear that is going to happen!

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