There are indeed lots if reasons to use perfume now than ever! One of which are: the use of perfume can grately reduce rate at which you change your Waldrop and the amount you spend on dry cleaning. No wonder the need for quality perfumes are in high demand.
Another good reason you should be thinking of making your own perfume is because it can also be another source of income for you; leave it of take it – if you must survive in this economy; you need to LEARN MORE SKILLS TO EARN MORE!
However, the aim of any Perfume is to produce nice fragrance on our body or on the cloth where it is applied. It is also used to create a compelling personality. The use of a good perfume helps to create self confidence in the wearer. It is now an integral part of our daily make-up gear.
Perfumes come in different shapes of bottles, colours and brand name. It might interest you to know that perfume is one of the easiest things you can produce, with little capital, equipment, time and armed with the formulation that will be given to you below. You can make perfume that is custom made for a particular person; that is to say that the perfume I will teach below can never be seen in the market. There are endless possibilities and all you have to do is keep an open mind and allow your creativity to soar.
INSTUMENTS NEEDED FOR PRODUCING PERFUME
- Mixer chamber
- Measuring cylinder
S/n Raw Materials Quantity
1 Methanol 50 grams
2 Avalon (Raw perfume) 1.5 kg
3 Colourant (optional) 2.5 kg
4 Glycerine (optional) 1 kg
5 Water (optional) 10 kg
6 Blue river (Raw perfume) 1.9 kg
7 Tahoe (Raw perfume) 5 kg
8 212 (Raw perfume) 1 kg
STEP BY STEP PROCEDURE IN PRODUCING PERFUME
Step 1: Wash all the apparatus to be used very well to avoid impregnation of any unwanted odour or aroma
Step 2: Measure out the raw perfumes into the mixing chamber
Step 3: Add the methanol and stir to homogeneity
Step 3b: Add the water (if you want to). I should tell you that adding water will reduce the quality of your perfume but if you are producing for the off the shelf market, you will need to add water
in order to maximal profit. But if you are into bespoke production please do not add water
- Add glycerin (only if you are into bespoke production)
- Add colour if you want, but be informed that it might cause staining of cloths when used
on white cloths
- Leave to stand for 2 hours before packaging
- Package your product ready for the market