Fragrances are made when a carefully created blend of essential scented oils is mixed together. The life cycle of a fragrance is three-timed (think of it as a disappearing pyramid of notes), starting with the top, moving onto the heart, and finally settling with the base notes.
First, oils are extracted from natural substances like fruits, leaves, woods, and flowers through processes like steam distillation, solvent extraction, maceration, and expression. After that oils have been collected and condensed, they are blended according to a special formula that has been developed by a perfumery or a company. Once the smell is ready, it is mixed with other carrier agents in the desired proportion for achieving the perfect scenting.
Organoleptic analysis makes use of our sense organs namely eyes, nose tongue to analyse and come to a conclusion.
Normally a smelling strip made of absorbent paper is dipped in the sample under test. A similar strip is dipped in the standard reference sample at the same time. The strips are smelled for 4 or 5 minutes to compare “top notes”. The strips are smelled again after 15 minutes to compare “middle notes” and then after about 24 hours to compare “back or base notes”.
This is how we make perfect long lasting Perfect Aroma.
The term quality assurance can be broadly defined as the total activity for delivering constant quality.
Our Quality assurance includes all activities on the development of a new fragrance right from customer enquiry for a fragrance to delivering a consistent performing final fragrance, in addition to collecting customer orders and prompt delivery every time
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