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Monday, 13 November 2017

HOW TO MAKE A NATURAL HOMEMADE PERFUME


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Make your own personal perfume your self.
Isn't it great? That you're finally going to learn how to  personalise your own perfume your self?

This will mostly benefits the Entrepreneurs as making  of perfumes can create some revenue or fill in the pocket.

 Note :
Perfume typically contains alcohol (To Enable it have a strong scent)
An average perfume can contain upto 40-50% of alcohol.
But i'm about to teach you the natural way of making a perfume without alcohol or additional substance.

Here we Go:
You have to choose your favorite essential oil Eg lemon oil, tree tea oil etc, but my favourites are tangerine oil and grape fruit oil as they scent like heaven.

Essential Oils
My favorite top notes include:
Tangerine
Tea Tree
Grapefruit!!
Spearmint

I mix 5 spoons of tangerine oil amd 7 spoons of Grapefruit oil then add 4 spoons of spearmint oil.
This combination is the bomb
It scents freshly and very natural
How To mix it up :
Once you have decided on your essential oils, you will need carrier oils. To make a solid perfume, you could use beeswax or straight coconut oil. 

My Favourite carrier oil
Lavender
Rosemary
Carrier Oils
Almond Oil
Coconut Oil

To make a fully liquid perfume, almond oil is a fabulous carrier oil. To create a semi-solid perfume, I use a mixture of one part almond oil to two parts melted coconut oil. The reason I went with a semi-solid is because I wanted to pour my scents into these beautiful little perfume jars, but I needed it to be a little thicker than normal so that no perfume would be wasted when the applicator is pulled out of the jar

The process:
Simply melt your carrier oils and mix together. 45 seconds in the microwave or you can use a pot on fire (tone down the fire to a lower) heat in small amount of time, do not let the oil boil and stay with your oils while heating so they don't explode. An even safer option is to use a candle warmer to heat up the oils slowly.

After melting, add 10 drops each to the mix. You can add more for a stronger scent or less if you are using less of a carrier oil.
Very carefully, decant the oils into your pretty little bottles. 
Congratulations you have yourself a natural personalised perfume

Enjoy.


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