The Secrets of the Perfume Production

In today’s world, perfume production is a profitable idea that can be easily adopted by big or small businesses.

Perfumes with a unique fragrance can be sold at a relatively high price in the perfume and beauty markets only if the company has a good product and brand name acceptance.

In today’s market and regulatory environment, perfume production is subject to the laws and rules of commercial and retail marketing.  Huge corporations prefer to locate their production facilities in the countries with low labor costs.  It is therefore, difficult to compete with perfume giants that only look to make profits while the companies with small production facilities concentrate on the quality of their final products.

The production of any product requires meeting two of the following conditions:

(1) having a wide range of products; and (2) an adequate start-up budget.

In some cases, production and selling of one type of product may be profitable at small investments.  The advent of new and improved models of production equipment has precluded the need to buy expensive equipment, rent huge production shops and hire specially trained staff.

In today’s world, it is very important to choose the proper equipment for the production of  different products.  The basic composition of each perfume product is almost the same.  Perfume has the highest price and persistence.  It consists of expensive natural oils and synthetic components, dissolved in alcohol when adding a fixing agent.

Statistically, one perfume formulation contains about one hundred natural and synthetic elements.  The quality of new perfume depends on the quality of the raw material used in making the perfume. That is the difference between the branded perfumes and toilet waters from the mass market, which are characterized by a lower price because of the cheap components.

The natural components of perfumes include herbal extracts, floral aromas, spices, fruit extracts, resins and granular secretions from certain animals.

As it was stated earlier, the majority of modern perfumes, colognes and toilet waters contain artificial components such as alcohols and various synthetic compounds.

The most important stage of perfume production is the blending of perfume concentrate with alcohol.  The preparation of the mixture represents between 20 to 30% of the total production cost.  The formula of blending is thoroughly developed in laboratories and its release to the public can reduce the uniqueness of the product.  It is therefore, important to use technology that is set according to the desired formulation and does not require additional maintenance by specially-trained staff.

GlobeCore USB blending units, used to produce fuel mixtures and  blend different liquids, fully comply with the requirements of modern independent enterprises, involved in the perfume production.

The USB systems, offered by GlobeCore are highly versatile while its production capacity justifies the equipment cost and the payback period is very short in duration.  The unit operates automatically and the desired formulation is set prior to operation and does not require special arrangements.

In addition, no specially-trained staff is required to maintain this blending system.  Investment in high-quality modern GlobeCore equipment increases the competitiveness and profitability of the future product and the independent enterprise.



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