Perfume Blends

9:48 AM Posted by jo

Even though you want to make a perfume because it smells good you can still create the effect of the blend that fits your mood at that moment. The essential oils work in synergy which means they enhance each others properties.
For example let's take bergamot, if I  blend it with a variety of oils  I enhance different properties each time depending on the oils I  use. If I blend bergamot with tea tree I'll get an antiseptic blend.  If I blend bergamot with lavender the relaxing properties will be enhanced, since lavender is a relaxing oil and it will enhance bergamot's sedative properties. As you can see tea tree enhance bergamot's antiseptic properties.

Here are some perfume blends you can try:

Some Perfume Recipes

Neroli and Citrus Perfume
6 drops mandarin
6 drops bergamot
2 drops neroli
0.5 oz. massage oil, depending on desired strength

2 drops ylang ylang
2 drops geranium
2 drops sandalwood
0.5 oz. massage oil

Jasmine Perfume
2 drops jasmine
4 drops sandalwood
2 drops ylang ylang
0.5 oz. massage oil

Stress relief
3 drops lavender
2 drops bergamot
1 drop Roman Chamomile
0.5 oz. massage oil

Frankincense and Pine 
6 drops lemon
1 to 2 drops geranium
3 drops pine
2 to 3 drops frankincense
0.5 oz. massage oil

Self Confidence
1 drop jasmine
1 drop rose
I drop ylang ylang
3 drops thyme linalool
10 ml massage oil
Put in roll on bottle and apply throughout the day as perfume.

4 drops lavender
4 drops bergamot
2 drops patchouli
0.5 oz. massage oil

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Johanna is an aromatherapist and she is passionate about educating people about health, essential oils, real food, natural remedies, and nutrition so they make healthier choices in their lives. 

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