• Tutorial To Make Luxury Solid Perfumes

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    Perfumes or parfum is a mixture of fragrant essential oils or aroma compounds, fixatives and solvents used to give the human body, animals, food, objects, and living spaces “a pleasant scent.” If you want to have a pleasant scent, try  to make your own Luxury Solid Perfumes.

    Today, I’ve found simple tutorial to make luxury solid perfumes from OhMyHandmade.com. This little do-it-yourself luxury solid perfume recipe can be customized to whatever essential oil blends or fragrance oils to use, depending on your taste.

    Seeing the green of spring crop up all around me is putting a new bounce in my step.  I’m looking forward to shedding layers of winter clothes and sprucing up my wardrobe and look!  Inspired by the aromas of freshly mowed grass and lilacs in bloom, here is a tutorial for a little do-it-yourself luxury – solid perfume.  Solid perfumes can be customized to any taste using essential oil blends or fragrance oils.  My personal preference is to use high quality essential oils.

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    To make your own solid perfumes you will need:

    • Coconut oil (available in health food stores) or another carrier oil such as extra virgin olive oil or sweet almond oil.
    • Beeswax
    • Measuring spoons
    • A small pot
    • Essential oils or fragrance oils of your choice
    • A small bowl for mixing essential oils
    • Small jars or tins for your completed product (you can re-use a lip balm tin, cosmetic jar, or purchase new ones.
    • Medicine dropper

    1. If you are using a combination of essential oils, mix these in a small bowl. I used:

    • 10 drops vanilla
    • 10 drops lavender
    • 5 drops sweet orange
    • 5 drops ylang ylang

    This made a floral, slightly earthy scent

    2. In a small pot over medium heat combine 1 teaspoon each beeswax and coconut oil.  Stir until melted.

    3. Add 10-15 drops of your essential oils and mix gently.

    4. Pour into small jars, allow to set.

    This recipe makes about 6 g of final product.  Apply a small amount to inner wrists or at the nape of the neck.

    Caution: citrus oils (orange, mandarin, tangerine, petitgrain, bergamot, grapefruit, lemon, lime) will cause your skin to burn faster in the sun.  Please be aware of this when mixing and applying your solid perfume.

    Bonus tip:
    Create a combination of lavender and peppermint and apply to temples to help relieve headache pain.

    What scents will you choose for your own perfume? Share in the comments below!


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