Tuesday, August 30, 2016


"Your One-Stop-Shop for Perfumery Supplies." 

August 15, Chemworld Fragrance Factory's flagship branch welcomed hundreds of excited customers during its Grand Opening and Blessing at the 5th Level, Building A (beside Skinstation). 
Chemworld Fragrance Factory Megamall Branch Shop Tour

Estabished in 2004, Chemworld Fragrance Factory is your one-stop-shop for all your perfumery needs - with hundreds of fragrance oils and essential oils, a wide selection of perfume bottles and boxes, and raw materials that will fit every fragrance application.

Chemworld Fragrance Factory have their own graphic artists who prints costume labels - an important aspect in selling your own brand of perfumes. 

The leading center for hands-on fragrance workshops where they teach step-by-step how to blend & sell your own perfumes.

The 15 Branch in Sm Megawall at the 5th floor was the biggest one to date.

The Philippines was the number 1 supplier of the finest ilang-ilang oil in the world. Until int he early 1900 it stopped because some of the friend near country started buying seeds and planted their own on their country. But ilang-ilang is something we Filipinos owned.
"To me Ylang-ylang the most important ingredient in the fragrance industry." ~Venkataraman Ramkumar, Vice President, Supply Chain Scent & Care, Asia Pacific Symrise
*Photo credits to www.modernwellness.com

Ylang-Ylang (ilang-ilang) as the the most important fragrance ingredients

The most fragrant project this year is the "Ylang-Ylang Project." Int he 1800's, "Manila Ylang-Ylang oil" was considered the best and the finest. The Philippines had a virtual monopoly of the world's supply.  Subsequently, the French navigators introduced the fragrant Philippine tree to their colonies, after realizing Ylang-Ylang's economic potential in the perfume industry. Vast commercial plantations were developed in Madagascar and Comoros. These French colonies in the Indian Ocean became the dominant sources of the Ylang-Ylang oil. Thus began the painful death of the Philippine industry in the early 1900's.

Chemworld Fragrance Factory Fragrances and Bottles

Perfumes call these forest notes of oakmoss, amber and citrus Chypre fragrances. 
The family takes its name from the first significant mossy-woody fragrance, Chypre de Coty, created by Francois Coty in 1917. Chypre is the French name for the island of Cyprus, birthplace of Venus, the legendary Goddess of Love. From Cyprus, too,, comes the oakmoss that is at the heart of all Chypre fragrances.

Weekend by Burberry

Pleasures by Estee' Lauder

Energise by Hugo Boss

These fragrances are dominated by woody scents, typically of sandalwood and cedar. 
Classic woody scents are dominated by harmonies of cedar, patchouli, pine, sandalwood and vetiver but a new palette of exotic wood notes - often cloned from headspace technology - has stimulated greated creativitiy. 
 Lacoste Red by Lacoste
Bvlgari Extreme by Bvlgari
Lacoste Essential by Lacoste

The liaison of rich Oriental notes and the potent scents of patchouli and sandalwood produced some of the most original perfumes of the 1990s.
This family emphasises the woody character Floral Orientals. The key difference is that their flowers and spices play second string to the dominant sandalwood and/or patchouli notes. The Oriental influence is more noticeable, too, and balances the deep wood notes.
Patchouli Oil
Sandalwood Oil
Vetiver Oil

Green fragrances capture the sharp scent of fresh-cut grass and violet leaves.
Despite the outdoors imagery, the impact of the classic resinous galbanum accord is so potent that many green fragrances have a formal rather than sporty personality. In recent years, a palette of softer, lighter green notes has given this fragrance family a fresh appeal.
Polo Sport by Ralp Lauren
Hugo by Hugo Boss
Escape by Calvin Klein

Redolent of the scent of soft sea breezes, the marine notes were created in 1990.
The early water notes captured the ozonic aroma of wet air after a thunderstorm. Today, the water notes are more often used as an accent to enliven florals, orientals and woody fragrances.
Acqua di Gio by Giorgio Armani
Cool Water by Davidoff
Bvlgari Aqua by Bvlgari

This is the universal fragrance family, with sexy cool-warm notes of citrus and lavender, sweet spices and oriental woods.
It takes its name from a fragrance long since discontinued: Fougere Royale, introduced by Houbigant in 1882. The citrus accord is enhanced by the addition of aromatic notes, such as thyme, rosemary, tarragon or mint.
Lavender Oil
Geranium Oil
Rosemary Oil

A refreshing, sharp menthol smell, suggestive of the cool breeze of the evening.
Relieves Pain, relaxes tensed muscle tissues, soothes tummy irritability.

A fresh, sweet floral herbaceous aroma that's slightly fruity and has a purifying effect.
Treats respiratory problems, emproves sleep, reduces anxiety and emotional stree. 

This union of sparkling aldehydes and delicate flowers creates a family of soft and often powdery, abstract florals.
Found naturally in rose and citrus oil, aldehyde's scent in a sharp, metallic fragrance, sometimes, a burnt waxy aroma. Add them to flowers, however, and their subtle magic makes the blossoms sing. Powdery accents of iris and vanilla creates the soft and flowery trail.

A rich, crisp aroma similar to the smell of fresh lemon grass, reminiscent to the ocean breeze over the South Pacific waters.
Naturally repels insects, provides relief from depression, anxiety & stress, stimulates bloog circulation.

Orientals are the exotic queens of perfumery.
Sensual, often heavy, blends of oriental resins, opulent flowers, sweet vanilla and musks are introduced by refreshing citrus, green or fruity top notes.
Benetton Hot by Benetton
Poison by Christian Dior
Gucci Guilt by Gucci

Peaches and pears, apples and plums. A twist of tropical fruits.
Essences of strawberry, raspberry and berries of all hues. Add a splash of flowers to create a family of fruity cocktails that smell delicious.

Incanto Shine by Ferragamo
Paris Hilton by Paris Hilton
Sweet Pea by Bath & Body Works

The suave quality of both soft floral and opulent warm, sweet spices composes the Floral Oriental group.
Bursts of tangy orange blossoms and jasmine meld sharp aldehydes and sweet spices.

Florals remain the most popular fragrance family encompassing numerous version of compositions with a floral heart.
The selection is vast:
Freshly picked flowers, flowers with aquatic, green or powdery nounces, as well as floral-aldehyde, floral-fruity and gourmand compositions.
Channel No. 5 by Chanel
Eclat by Lanvin
Omnia Amethyste by Bvlgari

From the zest of lemons, mandarins, bergamot, oranges and grapefruit come the citrus oils that lend these fragrances their distinctive, tangy aroma.
Floral, spicy and woody notes transformed the light, refreshing eaux de cologne into real fragrances. A new generation of musk and tea accents adds an interesting dimension to the oldest fragrance family.
CK 1 by Calvin Klein
Touch of Pink by Lacoste
Happy by Clinique

 There's a lot to choose from and a lot of fragrances that can make your aura transform in just a bit of scent. I preferably love Pleasures by Estee Lauder it is all my all time favorite scent, as well as Poison for Her, White Jasmine and mint, of course Channel No. 5, and a lot more of fruity, floral and minty scents.

(L-R) Chemist Fred C. Reyes, Scent Innovator Mr. Jerick, Rep. Congressman Pol Bataoil of 2nd District of Pangasinan 

Rep. Congressman Pol Bataoil of 2nd District of Pangasinan 

Chemist Fred C. Reyes 

Scent Innovator Mr. Jerick

 Hosted by Ms. Patricia Fernandez, Bb. Pilipinas international 2008

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ALABANG: Level 1, Festival Supermall (near East West Bank and National Bookstore, near entrance)
659-3383 | 0922-8177376 | 0917- 8199195

ANGELES: 2nd level, Marquee Mall
(0906) 2027173 | (0943) 8263807    

ANGONO: 2nd Level, SM Center Angono
655-20-26 | 0905-4798577 | 0942-2979652

BACOLOD: 2nd level Annex, SM City Bacolod
(034) 436-5796 | 0915-9626454 | 0922-7598353

BINONDO: 3rd level, Lucky Chinatown Mall, Annex B (formerly Cityplace Square)
254-08-69 | 0917-8540662 | 254-0869

BGC: 3rd level Bonifacio StopOver Pavilion, 31st street corner 2nd avenue, Fort Bonifacio Global City. (Near Shell Gas Station)
(02) 946-33-84 | (0932) 551 5349 | (0906) 793 1634

CAUAYAN: 2F, SM City Cauayan Bldg A
0906-2075722 | 0933-6191221

CAVITE: L/G Floor. SM Dasmariñas City (in front of SM Appliance Store)
(046) 416-4769 | 0917-8547669

CEBU: 2nd level, SM City Cebu, main mall (below Bowling Center)
(032) 262-0180 | 0917-576-8263 | 0925-525-8185

CUBAO: 2nd Level, Shopwise Araneta Center
(02) 961-2449 | 0932-8619470 | 0917-8934724

DAVAO: 2nd level, SM City Davao Main Mall, across Food Court (near Cinema)
(082) 285-8094 | 0917-5768192 | (082) 285-8094

MAKATI: G/F Executive Building, 369 Sen. Gil Puyat Ave. corner Makati Ave.
(02) 834-2862 | 0922-8177550 | 0917-5840865

MEGAMALL: 5th level Building A, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City
0995-977-6433 | 0932-559-6698

NORTH EDSA: 3rd level, City Center
(02) 709-49-20 | 0933 5122683 | 0927-1671496

QUEZON CITY: G/F Centris Station, EDSA corner Quezon Ave.
(02) 921-23-42 | 0932-8472428 | 0917-5849956

TARLAC: 2nd Level SM City Tarlac, Tarlac City
(045) 606-1810 | 0927-8173229 | 0942-0076070

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