There Is An Easy Way To Make Our Own Perfume

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Essential oils have long been used to make perfumes, especially some of the most fragrant oils, such as jasmine, patchouli, rose, sandalwood, and ylang-ylang. It is very important to use 100% pure, additive-free oil when making your own perfume.


How to Make Essential Oil Perfume?
Finding your own Perfume may take some experimentation. The flavors you love may change over time. The scents in your homemade perfume will be lighter than traditional perfumes you can buy.
What you'll love about making perfume is that it's super easy to apply. Just run it over your pulse points.

You will only need three ingredients:

  • essential oils
  • Carrier oil: Jojoba Oil (you should prefer it because it has less odor).
  • 10ml bottle

First, you'll add your essential oils to the bottle. For daily use, you should put no more than 10-12 drops of total essential oil in a 10ml glass bottle. Shake the bottle to thoroughly combine the oils, and then fill the rest of the bottle with a carrier oil of your choice and mix again.

Your special perfume mix is ​​now ready for you to enjoy! Simply apply to your pulse points and reapply as needed throughout the day. Make sure to shake the bottle a little before each use.

How to Mix Essential Oils
It is effective in creating a formula using the traditional top, middle and base note approach. These classifications are based on how quickly a scent evaporates.
We've created 10 perfume blends that you can try but play around with scents that appeal to you! Above are a few examples of our favorite scents by category: floral, citrus, herbal, woody and spicy.

Floral Fragrances;
Jasmine and rose both have sharp floral scents. You can mix it with almost any citrus oil to prevent them from becoming overpowering. Here are three options for a beautiful floral scent.

  1. Jasmine Vanilla

5 Drops Adalin Orange Essential Oil
2 Drops of Citronella Essential Oil
2 Drops Jasmine Essential Oil

    1. Beautiful Lavender Perfume

    2 Drops Ylang Ylang Essential Oil
    4 Drops Lavender Essential Oil
    4 Drops Vanilla Essential Oil

      1. Sexy Floral Perfume

      3 Drops Lavender Essential Oil
      3 Drops Bergamot Essential Oil
      1 Drop of Ylang Ylang Essential Oil
      2 Drops Vanilla Essential Oil

        1. Lemon Rosemary

        5 Drops of Lemon Essential Oil
        3 Drops of Rosemary Essential Oil
        4 Drops of Orange Essential Oil

          Citrus Fragrances;

          1. Citrus Happiness

          2 Drops Lemon Peel Essential Oil
          3 Drops of Citronella Essential Oil
          5 Drops Vanilla Essential Oil

            Woody Fragrances;

            1. Patchouli Palmarosa

            3 Drops Patchouli Essential Oil
            3 Drops Palmarosa Essential Oil
            4 Drops Cedarwood Essential Oil
            2 Drops Orange Peel Essential Oil

              1. Vetiver Perfume

              3 Drops of Vetiver Essential Oil
              3 Drops Vanilla Essential Oil
              4 Drops Orange Peel or Bergamot Essential Oil

              1. Cedarwood and Patchouli Perfume

              3 Drops of Lemon Essential Oil
              5 Drops Cedarwood Essential Oil
              2 Drops Patchouli Essential Oil

                1. Bergamot Clove

                5 Drops Bergamot Essential Oil
                1 Drop of Clove Essential Oil
                4 Drops Sandalwood Essential Oil
                2 Drops Vanilla Essential Oil

                  Note: For This Spicy Smell, Cloves Will Inactivate a Mixture Quickly, So You Must Add Very Carefully When Adding…

                  Spicy Fragrances;

                  1. Sweet and Spicy

                  3 Drops Patchouli Essential Oil
                  2 Drops Ylang Ylang Essential Oil
                  5 Drops Lavender Essential Oil

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