How To Make Vanilla Solid Perfume

This is going to be a very short piece; as it is going to be about a simple awesome recipe. Making Vanilla solid perfume is something that is fascinating; as its processes are quick and simple.

Solid perfumes or cream perfumes are perfumes in solid state rather than the liquid mix of alcohol (ethanol) and water used in eau de parfum, eau de toilette, eau de cologne, etc. Normally the substance that gives the cream its base comes from a type of wax that is initially melted. Once melted, a scent or several scents may be added.

Solid perfume is used either by rubbing a finger or dipping a cotton swab against it and then onto the skin. Sometimes, solid perfume can take more time for the deeper notes to come out than a spray perfume.

The latest solid perfumes are designed as handbag aromas, so a compact way of making perfume more portable.

Benefits of Solid Perfume 

Solid Perfume does not stain your cloth or damage your belonging by leaking in your purse or luggage.  With a solid perfume, you will never have to second guess packing your favorite scent for a weekend away.

Another reason to switch to solid perfume is that they will last longer than sprays. Instead of spraying 3 to 100 sprays during the day, solid perfumes do not contain water, so they will last longer on the skin and only require a few small applications. Rather than spritzing your entire body, you can pinpoint exactly where you want to apply. The pressure points on the skin will release scent all day long without wasting away product.

The next benefit of solid perfume is the fact that you can reapply your scents in a public place without insulting anyone. With a solid perfume, you can sneak a bit of extra product onto your wrists without worrying about being inconsiderate of those around you.

Solid perfumes are also alcohol-free, which is great for our skin. Liquid perfumes contain alcohol because it helps the spray to evaporate. Without a spray, there is no need for alcohol as an ingredient at all. Alcohol is very drying and damaging to the skin. It’s an ingredient you certainly won’t miss in your solid perfumes.

Ingredients Needed To Make Vanilla Solid Perfume

  • A small chunk of beeswax
  • 1 tablespoon almond oil
  • 2 drops lemon essential oil
  • 2 drops vanilla essential oil

Step By Step Guide On How To Make Vanilla Solid Perfume

Step 1: Melt the chunk of beeswax in the microwave.

Step 2: Combine the rest of the ingredients. Add the oil mixture to the beeswax mixture. Give it a good stir.

Step 3: Then, pour the mixture into a small-sized container; let it sit to harden.

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