Volume 84 Issue 17 | pp. 43-45
Issue Date: April 24, 2006

In Praise Of The Nose

Fragrance designer Michael Papas philosophizes about perfumes and reveals what goes into them
Department: Science & Technology, ACS News

Spend a few hours with Master Fragrance Designer Michael Papas, and you will leave knowing that his father used to wear Old Spice and his mother used to favor the perfume Vanilla Fields. You will know that his seven-year-old daughter once abhorred taking showers but now loves to take them because of shampoos that smell like grapes and pineapple. As he informs you about these personal facts of his life, he also will show you . . .

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