Innovations of fragrance that attract teenagers

Teenagers are often impressed by new scent textures and formats for the body and home. That is the reason why the global fragrance market considers those people as its target audience.

Recently, it has developed its category with a market size of more than $32 billion and most of its revenue are collected from teens over the world.

Innovative textures

The skincare market is a source of inspiration for both fragrances and perfumes. In order to catch the attention of the youth, beauty brands need to add visual effects or transformation to their products. As a result, teenagers are likely to buy types of fragrances and perfumes that stand out in an increasingly crowded marketplace. Some appealing products can be named are ( France) Yves Saint Laurent Black Opium Click & Go Click- on Pen, ( Italy) Kiko Jelly Jungle Shimmery Jelly Fragrance and (Mexico) CF Colorfun Pocket Cologne.

Those products are new fragrance formats which have been introduced this year/ Ph: amazon

Encourage fragrance routines

Because of giving sensory experiences to consumers, fragrance and perfume promote teens to use them as their daily routine. Furthermore, including home fragrance can help brands attract a large number of young people as according to some surveys in the United States, teenagers show interest in using perfumed candle more than the older counterparts. Among home fragrance innovations with “ teen appeal”, there are some typical examples such as (US) Jason Wu Beauty, (UK) Anya Hindmarch and (UK) Rituals Perfume Genie.

This product is equipped with electronic home diffuser which can help consumers to scent their home following their schedule/ Ph: rituals

To conclude, society is growing everyday, therefore, the innovations of everything are necessary and so do fragrances and perfumes. Beauty labels need to find ways to develop their products so as to attract more customers, especially the large volume of teenagers, who are very concerned about smell of body and home.  


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