Patchouli-Tangerine Solid Perfume

Hey there, groovy souls! Let's dive into the world of delightful and easy-peasy beauty recipes. Today, I've got something special in store for you: solid perfume! It's like a little burst of happiness in a jar. Trust me, you're gonna love it!

Now, listen up, my fellow free spirits. This solid perfume recipe is as simple as can be. We're talking just three ingredients, man. All you gotta do is blend together some carrier oil, wax, and essential oils. Easy peasy, right?

When it comes to carrier oils, I recommend going for the good vibes of Jojoba oil or fractionated coconut oil. They're like the perfect companions for your perfume journey. And for the wax, beeswax is the way to go, my friends. But hey, if you're feeling adventurous, you can even try carnauba wax from Mountain Rose Herbs. It'll take your perfume game to a whole new level!

Now, let's talk essential oils, the heart and soul of your solid perfume. I suggest using a 10% to 20% essential oil ratio in your blend. You can go wild and create a single note perfume, or if you're feeling groovy, mix two to three essential oils together. That way, you'll have a complex fragrance with a top, middle, and base note. It's like a symphony for your senses!

If you're all about that single note life, stick with the base and middle note essential oils. Picture patchouli, sandalwood, vanilla absolute, rose absolute, or lavender absolute. They'll transport you to a land of peace, love, and good vibes.

Now, you might be wondering how to store your magical creations. Fear not, my friends, for the options are endless! Recycled tin containers, glass jars, or even perfume lockets from your local craft store can be your vessels of joy. The choice is yours, my fellow artisans.

So, my beautiful souls, let your creative spirits soar and have a blast crafting your very own solid perfumes. Let the scents transport you to a world of bliss and self-expression. It's all about having fun and spreading good vibes, man. Happy perfume making!

You can get creative with your container choice. 

Patchouli-Tangerine Solid Perfume

 Measure out the Jojoba Oil in a small shot glass. 

Add in your essential oils and gently blend well.  This is your opportunity to test it out on your skin and determine if it needs more essential oils.  

Measure out your beeswax.  Beeswax comes in both pastilles and various sized bricks.  You can substitute carnauba wax too.

Place the beeswax in a small glass and heat in a water bath until melted.  Once melted, keep the melted container of beeswax in the hot water but remove from the heat.

Pour your essential oil blend into the melted beeswax.  You will notice that the mixture will immediately start to solidify.  This is why you keep the container in the hot water and gently stir for a few seconds to remelt.

It should only take about 20 seconds to remelt the perfume.

Quickly and carefully, pour the melted perfume into your chosen container.  For best results you should fill to the very top.  Allow to sit undisturbed for about 30 minutes to harden.

Make a pretty label telling what it is, the ingredients and when to use by.  Place on the container and enjoy.

Here are a few of my other favorite essential oil blends for solid perfume.......

Sweet Orange-Patchouli-Ylang Ylang

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