Friday, January 20, 2012

Scenting Naturally - Making Natural Perfumes - Part 3 - Essential Oil Blends

Formulary Blends


Here are some essential oil blends to get you started on your way to making your own natural perfume. You can use these blends as is or use them as a starting point for creating your own unique fragrance.

Sea Spray (Ozone)

4 parts lavender
2 part rosemary
2 part bergamot
1 part spearmint

Jasmine (Floral)

5 parts jasmine absolute
2 parts rose absolute
1 part patchouli
1 part frankincense

Wood Rose (Floral/Woody)

3 parts rose absolute
2 parts cedarwood
2 parts amyris
2 parts myrrh
1 part patchouli

Grounded (Woody/Green)


4 parts patchouli
3 parts cypress
1 part vetiver

Spice for Men (Spicy/Green)

2 parts bergamot
1 part cedarwood
1 part juniper
1 part patchouli
1 part lime
1 part clove

Mandarin (Citrus)

4 parts orange
1 part patchouli
1 part ylang ylang

Simply add these blends to an alcohol or jojoba oil base to create a perfume. You can also blend essential oils for any of your soap and bath products the same way you do with perfume. Don’t forget to have fun!

Bath Alchemy by The Bonnie Bath Co.

2 comments:

  1. Amyris oil appears to lack the well documented, historically rich background of other essential oils. This is largely due to

    the fact that the botanical origin of the tree that is used to produce amyris oil,
    The sweet, balsamic, wood-like fragrance of Amyris oil allows it to blend well with geranium oil, pine oil, spruce oil, cedar

    wood oil, myrrh oil, galbanum oil, frankincense oil, cypress oil, clove oil, aniseed oil, lemon oil, orange oil,

    Commonly found in soaps and other 'Sandalwood' products in place of 'true' Sandalwood, Amyris supports vibrant physical

    health by helping to remove physical and etheric toxins that congest and distort the body. An alternative choice in place of

    the endangered 'true' Sandalwood, Amyris is a healthy, inexpensive and sustainable substitute in many aromatherapy

    applications.
    Thank's
    and
    Regard's
    Amyris Oil

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  2. I have made this soap to be very mild and extra moisturizing, super fatted at 8%, which means that I have added extra 8% oils to the recipe to make it nourishing for the skin, and lots of Cocoa butter. You don’t have to worry; the soap will not make your skin feel greasy. It will just gently cleanse your skin and leave it moisturized.

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