The technique of enclosing perfume oils in small to microscopic capsules (often made of gelatin) meant to brake under pressure – like rubbing- therefore releasing the scent. Many different product forms can benefit from this technique of delayed fragrance release. One example could be a fabric treated with a micro-encapsulated scent which would get released when the clothes are worn.
Parisian by birth, American by choice, Fred Jacques was trained at the renowned Roure School of Perfumery in Grasse (now Givaudan). An evaluator by passion and by trade, Fred has managed the Fine Fragrance divisions of some recognized Fragrance Houses before deciding to start his own venture with a group of friends and former colleagues: The Society of Scent with its own Fragrance Creation Laboratory and perfumery team. Totally passionate about fragrances and Scent in general, Fred sees the challenges that the industry is currently facing as an incredible opportunity for innovation and for a new narrative based on transparency, education, and products that deliver against the promise of emotion and elevation.