Making your own perfume is not a trivial thing to do. You can do it even at the comfort of your home! Everybody can do it because perfumery has been there since the early human civilization.
In this article we will show you an easy-to-follow procedure on how to make perfume at home and mix your own line of scents. This can help you if you’re an entrepreneur wanting to start a perfume business in philippines.
- Safety first, since you’ll be doing this at home, you need a place where you can work without kids roaming around.
- Make sure that you’ll be working in a place where there is no fire, sparks or anything nearby that will trigger flammables.
- If you are allergic to the following chemicals listed below, you might need to wear protective gloves, face mask, and the likes.
- Make sure you’ll be working with proper tools for mixing perfumes. If not, then at least a good substitute for that particular tool that is not available
2. Perfume Making Recipe/Materials
- Fragrance Oil
- Dipropelyn Glycol (DPG)
- Perfume Grade Ethyl Alcohol
- Distilled Water
- Perfume Grade Colorant
This is the list of the basic perfume making components and if you want to know more about what these perfume making materials are for, you might want to ask ma’am Efril and inquire about perfume making supplies. She’s a supplier for perfume making business.
- Erlenmeyer Flask
- Glass Stirrer
- 10ml Graduated Cylinder
- 100ml Graduated Cylinder
- Amber bottle
This is the list of tools for the basic perfume making and if you want to know more about what these tools are for, you might want to check perfume making tools list breakdown.
4. Perfume Making Procedure
Now let’s go the heart of this article. Having all the materials and tools you need to do the mixing, you can actually just pour all the materials altogether inside the beaker ( and throw the result.. just kidding 😀 ).
Yes you can, BUT this procedure will make the most out of your perfume. This procedure will ensure that the chemicals that needs to be mixed first will go first, and the last ones will be at the end. So here we go:
1. Using the 10ml Cylinder measure 15ml of fragrance oil then pour it into the flask.
2. Using the stirring rod, put 12 Drops of fixative then. Stir well.
3. Measure 3ml DPG then add it to the solution. Stir some more.
4. Next, using the 100ml Cylinder, measure 75 ml ethanol then mix it with the solution. Stir Hard.
5. Add around 7ml Distilled Water to make your every own 100ml Perfume at 15% concentration. Stir Harder! you can do it! (I’ll cheer you up!)
6. Using the stirring rod, add a less-than-a-drop of perfume grade color then stir until the color is even throughout the solution. This is an optional procedure. You may or may not want to add color to your perfume. It all depends on you 🙂
7. You now have your perfume! hooray! Now pour that awesome solution into an amber bottle and seal it well.
8. Refrigerate it for 7 days OR Store it in room temperature (25) for about 14 days.
You might notice there are measurements in milliliters (ml) that just pop up in the procedure, if you want to learn more about the computation regarding the percentages in the solution, you might want to study basics of solutions, the percentages, and etc. in google.
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After having the perfume refrigerated, we’re now ready to do some packaging. If you want to market your perfume with your own brand, you need to choose which bottle you are going to put it in.
Add some stickers or laser markings on it and finally, enclose it in a nice box of your own choice.
So, that’s it! I hope you enjoy reading this perfume making procedure and you are now ready to start your homemade perfume business. Have fun!
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