The Art of Making Perfume

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You’ve been hearing all about making perfume and how much fun it is and are all hyped about making it yourself. You’ve read the directions and all you have to do is buy the main supplies, particularly the essential oils, which is what gives your perfume its fragrance. It sounds easy enough, right? All you have to do is go to your local health or craft store or start browsing the web and you’ll find all the essential oils you need. However, before you rush out and start buying, here are some helpful tips and suggestions on what to look for in essential oils.

What you want to look for is undiluted essential oils. If they’re truly undiluted, you won’t have to put your nose right up them to get a good whiff. You should be able to hold it about 5 inches and still get a good smell. Another way to determine if they’re undiluted is by putting a drop on a piece of paper. If it leaves an oily stain on the paper, it’s probably been diluted with vegetable oil. Don’t try to smell too many in one day. Unbelievably, you nose will become overwhelmed and they’ll all tend to smell the same. Essential oils are a variety of different prices, with some more expensive than others. If you find a store that offers them at the same price, this may be a sign that they’re synthetic so avoid shopping here.

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