Simple note table:
Top: basil, bergamot, ginger, grapefruit, lemon, lime, mandarin, peppermint, lemon balm, wild orange, mint.
Middle: camomile, cardamom, cinnamon, clary sage, clove, cypress, fennel, geranium, lavender, rose, rosemary, vanilla, thyme, benzoin, eucalyptus.
Base: clove, cedarwood, frankincense, jasmine, patchouli, rose absolute, sandalwood, vetiver, ylang-ylang.
You can pick one from each group and magic happens, the possibilities are endless.
When mixing always use a base oil or carrier oil to dilute your essential oils, you can choose from apricot, camellia or sunflower. Once you have your bottle and base oil then you just need to add your scent combo. Add your drops of essential oil at a dilution of 2-3 % to the carrier oil. How many drops of each isn't an exact science, whichever you want to stand output more of that in, a tip is to hold the essential oil bottles together and smell the, move any bottle away till you create a mix that your happy with. There are so many combo's to try, here are a few that really work but go with what you love, experiment and discover your unique scent.
So, to 18 ml of base oil add 2-3ml of essential oil and 1ml is equal to 20 drops.
Orange & Jasmine & Benzoin
Lemon & Rose & Frankincense
Bergamot & Lime & Vanilla & Vetivert
Discover your favourite all natural perfume.
What scents we love to wear is part of our uniqueness, it can be a way of speaking to those around us, saying something about our personality. You can also mix a scent that has a nurturing, uplifting or has a healing effect as you wear it, and it's just for you. Perfume or mixing flower and plant extracts is personal, nothing ever smells the same on another person as we all have our own distinctive skin type that alters a perfume once it's applied.
Applying perfume is a ritual in itself, choosing aromas and mixing them is the next level, have fun.