Patchouli-Lavender Roll-on Perfume

Blending scents for perfume has been really fun. The possibilities are endless! I am going to share one of the blends I tried recently and really enjoyed. Here is what you will need for this project:
jojoba

  • Your carrier oil of choice (Eg. jojoba, grapeseed oil, avocado oil)
  • Essential oils
  • Roll-on perfume container (shown below)

roll on

 

 

 

All you need to do is pour your carrier oil into the container and add essential oils. The “art” of this is in discovering a blend of oils that you truly enjoy.

It’s a good idea to pour the jojoba (or other carrier) oil into the container first and leave your essential oils for last – just in case you pour too quickly. The cost of the essential oils exceeds that of the carrier oil. Add jojoba oil to the bottle, but do not fill it completely. Stop pouring when the oils hits just below the narrowing part of the bottle top. Next, add 10-20 drops of essential oils of your choice (or patchouli and lavender as shown below), and then it’s time to assemble the bottle.

Essential Oils: 

  • 11 drops of Patchouli
  • 9 drops of Lavender

Snap the roller-ball into the top piecrefresh finale, and then connect all of that to the bottle. Viola! Put the cap on, then shake, shake, shake! Now, you’re ready to try it.

The scent won’t last as long as you’re probably used to with other perfumes, but this one won’t have all those nasty chemicals added on. Reapply as often as you’d like. Just remember to shake it up before each use.

Enjoy!

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