If you enjoy light and sweet smelling perfumes, check out the two-minute video below for an easy DIY recipe. If you have dried rose petals around, they add a beautiful visual to this perfume. Remember to shake before each use, apply as often as you would like, and store away from heat and sunlight.
Note: You can of course substitute another carrier oil for the sweet almond oil. I chose sweet almond oil because it is light-colored, and I wanted to enjoy the visual of the added rose petals. If you love the rose-scent, you can add even more rose essence to your perfume by making your own rose-infused oil in advance. For even more sweetness, try adding some vanilla absolute. Studies have shown that the scent of rose and orange induces physiological and psychological relaxation. 
If rose isn’t your thing, here is another easy DIY perfume recipe: Patchouli-Lavender Roll-On Perfume.
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