PERFUME USING ALMOND OR GRAPESEED OILS
* Leaves or bark
* Jojoba Oil
1. Fill an 8 ounce jar with the flower, spice, leaves or bark. Pack it full. Next, pour in the oil until the jar is full. Put on the lid and shake vigorously. 2. Place the jar in a warm, dark place and shake every day for at least one week. Remove the lid and smell. If the scent is not strong enough, replace the lid and shake again. Check the scent every day until the strength of the scent is what you want. 3. Strain out the hard matter, flowers, leaves, spices, etc. and strain the oil through a piece of cheesecloth into a clean jar.
1 tablespoon sea salt
-1 tablespoon baking soda
-1 tablespoon bentonite clay
-15 drops essential oils (use one or a combination of lavender, geranium, chamomile, yarrow, peppermint, and tea tree) -enough water to form a paste
1. In a small glass or ceramic bowl, combine all of the dry ingredients. 2. Slowly mix in the water until a smooth paste forms, then add the essential oils. 3. Use as you would calamine lotion and apply directly to affected area.
Flower Fruit Perfume
* 15 drops of citrus essential oil
* 10 drops of (different) citrus essential oil
* 8 drops of floral essential oil
* 12 drops of (different) floral essential oil
* 8 drops of a third floral essential oil
* 4 drops of warrior essential oil
* 2 drops of (different) warrior essential oil
* ½ tsp. distilled water
* 5 tsp 80 proof vodka or other alcohol
* Glass bottle with stopper
Choose the scents you want to use. When you make a perfume, you have to choose three categories of scent: the top note is usually a fruity and fresh citrus scent, the first thing you smell, but it only...
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