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Making and mixing your own creams, lotions and perfumes can be fun, and not only is it individualized but could also save you some money.

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Although we are a site selling essential oils, it must be kept in mind that the use of synthetic material would be acceptable in certain cases, since some pure floral absolutes, like rose and jasmine cost thousands of dollars per ounce. You can also make up mock fragrances - carnation to be made with equal amounts of black pepper and ylang-ylang with a tad of geranium.

The ideas below are a simple guide for you to get started, but it must be kept in mind that it is easier to add more essential oils to a blend to make the fragrance stronger, than it is to dilute the blend in order to tone the fragrance down.

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Here you will find a collection of fragrance recipes we have created mixing some of our fragrance oils together. These recipes are sorted by season, masculine, feminine, leather, movie & TV inspired, and many others! Our essential oil perfume opens up options for personal scents you’ll be remembered for, without scary ingredients. Plus, this DIY perfume is easy enough to make, tweak, and remake for years to come. First, let’s dive into a couple essentials that you should know, like the “notes” of the essential oil blends that make up your perfume. Mar 24, 2017 The perfect perfume recipe. The hardest part of creating your own fragrance is deciding which scents you like best. Actually making the perfume is simple. Though you can use original ingredients like flower petals, essential oils are the easiest route if you’re making perfume for the first time.

For this reason it is better to rather add too little of an oil, and to top up later if you are looking for a stronger fragrance.

One cardinal rule you should always follow, is to write down the recipe, as you are mixing it, as it often happens that a person would prepare a wonderful fragrance, only to find that they cannot remember the quantities or the oils used in the mixture.

When mixing your fragrance you should use glass containers, as some plastic containers and instruments do tend to retain fragrance particles. For mixing the blend never use a metal object, but rather use a glass rod.

After you have used your mixing equipment, wash very well with a strong soapy solution, dry, wipe down with alcohol to remove all fragrance traces, wash again, rinse in clean water and dry for next use.

For storing your mixed fragrances buy blue or amber glass bottles, and if they have cork stoppers you would need to seal the cork stopper with paraffin wax to prevent oxidation, and if they are equipped with screw tops make sure that the tops have liners.

Essential oils are either added to alcohol or an oil base when making perfumes at home. The alcohol to use is ethanol, but for the sake of ease vodka can be used. It is best to buy a high quality 100% proof vodka since it has virtually no smell.

The oil base that can be used is jojoba oil - which is really a liquid wax. Jojoba has excellent keeping properties and does not have a very heavy odor of its own.

The percentage of essential oil used in perfumes is high, and to prevent any allergic reaction, remember to do a skin patch test if you have never used a particular oil, and also look at our page on essential oil safety by clicking here.

When blending your perfume or eau de toilette or cologne start with the base (alcohol/vodka or oil base depending on what you are making) and add the oils drop by drop.

The classification of perfume, eau de toilette and eau de cologne is based on the strength of the fragrance it contains and the percentages of essences used.

For a perfume you will use around 15% essential oil, whilst for a lighter eau de toilette you will use about 4 - 8% essential oil and a yet lighter eau de cologne 1 - 5%.

If you want to work out your percentages, you can work on the premise that 1 ml is 20 drops. To work out your percentages convert the total of the oil used as well as the base - be that the alcohol/vodka or jojoba oil - to drops.

If your total drops are, let's say 58 drops, and your base 240 ml (240 x 20 = 4,800 drops) divide the amount of drops by the amount of drops in the base. Using the above example you will get a result of 0.012 = 1.2% concentrate of oil in the mixture.

Some of the recipes state that you should mix the blend, bottle, cap and leave for x amount of days. This is to give the fragrance time to settle and to achieve a more rounded fragrance.

  • 16 drops bergamot
  • 15 drops petitgrain
  • 2 drops orange
  • 15 drops lemon
  • 5 drops lavender
  • 5 drops neroli
  • 10 ml orange flower water
  • 230 ml alcohol/vodka

Place the alcohol/vodka base into your glass mixing container, add the oils in the order listed and mix well. Bottle, cap and leave the mixture for 4 days and then add the orange flower water and re-cap. Leave the mixture for at least two weeks, giving the bottle a gentle shake every day.

  • 4 drops sweet orange
  • 10 drops lemon
  • 6 drops tangerine
  • 8 drops frankincense
  • 5 drops neroli
  • 1 drop myrrh
  • 10 ml alcohol/vodka or
  • 10 ml jojoba oil for a oil based perfume.

Place the base into your mixing container and add the ingredients in the order listed and mix. Bottle and use. You can reduce the base, but do note your concentration will then exceed 15%.

  • 5 drops coriander
  • 6 drops bergamot
  • 4 drops neroli
  • 1 drops jasmine blend
  • 3 drops rose blend
  • 10 ml jojoba oil

Place oil base in mixing container, add oils in the order listed and mix. Bottle, cap and leave one week before using.

  • 10 drops lavender
  • 20 drops coriander
  • 22 drops sandalwood
  • 23 drops cedarwood
  • 5 drop frankincense
  • 100 ml alcohol/vodka

Place the alcohol/vodka mixture into your mixing bowl, add the oils in the order given and mix well.

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The above is our humble contribution to fragrance mixing and is really basic. Your personal taste will determine what you like, and it may be a good idea to look at our pages on floral notes and blending for more information when blending your own fragrance.

Further reading

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We would also highly recommend that you consult some good books on mixing your own fragrances, and we could recommend the following books available from Amazon:

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  • Perfumes, Splashes & Colognes: Discovering and Crafting Your Personal Fragrances by Nancy M. Booth (#ad)

  • Personalized perfumes: More than 40 recipes for making fragrances with essential oils by Gail Duff (#ad)

  • Album of fragrances: With complete instructions for making your own perfumes, potpourri, sachet, herbal moth repellent and incense by Edith G Bailes (#ad).

Use of essential oils

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Allspice
Aniseed
Basil
Bay
Benzoin
Bergamot
Black pepper
Cajuput
Calamus
Camomile
Camphor
Caraway
Carrot seed
Cassia
Cedarwood
Chamomile
Cinnamon
Citronella
Clary sage
Clove
Coriander
Cypress
Dill
Eucalyptus
Fennel
Frankincense
Galbanum
Geranium
Ginger
Grapefruit
Helichrysum
Hyssop
Jasmine
Juniper
Labdanum
Lavandin
Lavender
Lemon
Lemongrass
Lime
Mandarin
Marjoram
Melissa
Myrrh
Myrtle
Neroli
Niaouli
Nutmeg
Orange
Origanum
Palma rosa
Patchouli
Peppermint
Petitgrain
Pimento
Pine
Rose
Rose geranium
Rosemary
Rosewood
Sage
Sandalwood
Spearmint
Spikenard
Tagetes
Tangerine
Thyme
Tea tree
Vetiver
Ylang-ylangAngelica
Baobab oil
Marula oil
Birch
Bitter almond
Boldo
Buchu
Cardamom
Cumin
Elemi
Lemon verbena
Mugwort
Mustard
Pennyroyal
Rose otto
Rue
Sassafras
Tansy
Tarragon
Savin
Thuja
Tuberose
Vanilla
Wintergreen
Wormseed
Wormwood
YarrowMuscle & Joint
Relaxation
Sensual
Anti-cellulite
Circulation
Hair & Scalp
Dry & Mature Skin
Insomnia
Baby
Vein & Artery
Uplifting and Grounding
Rosehip oil
Neem oilAlmond oil
Aloe vera oil
Apricot kernel oil
Avocado oil
Calendula oil
Evening primrose oil
Grape seed oil
Hazelnut oil
Jojoba oil
Olive oil
Wheatgerm oilMacadamia oil
Pumpkin seed oil
Sesame oil
Safflower oil
Sunflower oil
Walnut oil

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Manufacture of essential oils

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Treatment of ailments with essential oils

  • If you are suffering from any medical condition please contact your licensed medical practitioner.
  • The treatments listed below relies on alternative healing with essential oils, and please note that no clinical trials or results are available and rests heavily on anecdotal proof.
Abdominal pain
Abscess
Acne
Addictions
Anal fissures
Athlete's foot
Bad breath
Bedsores
Bleeding
Bleeding gums
Blepharitis
Blisters
Boils
Breathing difficulty
Bronchitis
Bruises
Burns
Carbuncles
Catarrh
Chapped lips
Chilblains
Circulation
Cold sores
Colds
Conjunctivitis
Constipation
Coughs
Cuts
Diarrhea
Diverticulosis
Dysmenorrhoea
Ear infections
Fainting
Fever
Flu
Frostbite
Gingivitis
Grazes
Halitosis
Hay fever
Headaches
Heart palpitations
Heartburn
Hiccups
High blood pressure
Influenza
Insect bites
Insomnia
Jetlag
Laryngitis
Leg cramps
Lumbago
Mouth ulcers
Nausea
Neuralgia
Nosebleed
Pneumonia
Shock
Sinusitis
Sore throat
Splinter
Sty
Swollen ankles
Toothache
Varicose veins
Wounds