How to Make Travel Friendly Solid Perfume Today

How to Make Travel Friendly Solid Perfume Today
Travel friendly solid perfumes. If you.re looking for a way to have your homemade perfume blends last longer, this might be the answer. Not to mention that they are travel worthy. Although, we're still in the throws of COVID, some of you are traveling. As such, you want to take at least, one of your best smelling homemade scents with you.

You can do that with a solid perfume. They don't leak or spill and you're able to keep up with your lifestyle choices when using them. The way you can transport them is endless. Everything from lip balm tubes, to lockets, to small pod molds, you can always have one of your favorite scent with you.

They're easy to make. Thanks to Jessica Nebesni of Mountain Rose Herbs, I've got two recipes for you.

The first is using their proprietary Calm Blend. Is a combination of lavender, clary sage, tangerine, vetiver, ylang ylang and blue tansy. They call it:

Soothing Aroma and you use 85 drops

Secondly is is the:

Revitalizing Aroma

45 drops organic Virginia cedar wood essential oil
35 drops organic fresh ginger essential oil
25 drops organic grapefruit essential oil

You'll need:

- A double boiler
- 2 tablespoons of beeswax pastilles
- 1/2 cup organic sunflower oil
- 1/4 teaspoon vitamin E oil
- 80-120 drops essential oils of choice or the blend above
- Tins/jars/lip balm tubes (whatever you choose to put your perfumes in)

To make:

- In your double boiler melt your beeswax and sunflower oil

- After completely melted, allow it to cool for a few minutes

- Add the vitamin E oil and essential oils or blend.

- Stir and pour into your container or choice.

Remember, that your body temp and chemistry will enhance the perfume you make. If you want to learn more about essential oils or find more recipes, visit mountainroseherbs.com I am Not compensated by Mountain rose Herbs, just a lover of fine products. Let us know in the fragrance forum what you've come up with in solid perfume blends.

That’s it for this week.

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