These simple essential oil perfume recipes all smell so good and are simple and easy to make! With all of these great options, you'll never have to spray chemicals on your body from those store-bought perfumes ever again!
Since I can remember, I have struggled with scents and especially perfumes. Growing up I could only use one perfume and it smelled like Vanilla.
Once you make your DIY perfume recipes, you really do need to make certain that you have an awesome way to store them.
Keeping them in a cool, dry place is key so that the scents of the essential oil stay strong for months to come. It's also a good idea to have a dark bottle for storage to keep the sunlight away as well.
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[…] Mother’s Day craft by Garden Therapy. Pick your own perfect blend of essential oils (look here for some more ideas of scents that work well together), add some dried petals or leaves and let it […]
Thursday 20th of July 2017
Dear Mindy Benkert,
I'd like to ask whether it's a good idea to make a perfume of
only a top and base note: cedarwood and bergamot.
Would it work?
Monday 20th of March 2017
Can these be made using a roller bottle and carrier oil?
Wednesday 22nd of March 2017
Absolutely, that is how I usually make mine. :)
Friday 13th of January 2017
Awesome recipes I would like to try
Wednesday 18th of January 2017
Yes they are!! Have fun!
Women's Magazine UK
Monday 26th of December 2016
Yes, some do. But as I said earlier even when they are using perfume grade oils, not therapuetic grade Most inexpensive perfumes are made strictly from synthetic manufactured fragrances!
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