Chemoil S. A. establishes as a fundamental principle to emphasize the importance of quality in all its processes, understanding as such the Integral Set of Actions that makes possible our activity.
Our basic premise is “quality above all else”, both in relation to our products and the personalized attention and support of the technical department for any queries or help that our customers require from us.
Developing solutions for each particular case, as well as a wide range of services, are the constant challenge and main concern of all those who make up Chemoil’s team. The training of our people throughout all these years was and will be a fundamental factor that concerns us permanently.
“Just like an artist, the perfumer is moved by perfection
of nature. That nature that accompanies him in his creation,
in their final product. He’s marveled at the world and wants it.
to express through his work of art: a perfume.”
Mariela Cicuttini, nose and Director of Chemoil S. A.
Art is closely linked to perfumery, since it requires creative artists who, in addition to a careful artistic training, an education and studied olfactory memory, have a certain “gift of intuition”, imagination, that spark that creates successes, and above all a great deal of realism in order to be able to adapt to the demands of the market.
The perfumer who is intimately associated with his palette of olfactory notes, can intuitively predict whether each raw material is appropriate to be incorporated into its composition. The talent of intuition is not a coincidence, it is the product of experience and knowledge acquired over a long trajectory.
We think that composing a perfume is like composing a musical symphony… selecting harmoniously and laboriously, those chords that will make that fragrance, the success of our client’s product, because we know clearly that we are partners of its success.
…and the science of producing a fragance
Perfumery associates science in all its fields, in strict quality control of raw materials and finished products, using analytical, physical and chemical methods, including mass spectrometry, gas chromatography and refractometry.