If you are looking for a way to give a fragrance gift that is personal to that person, say mom for Mothers Day, without all the chemicals and nasty stuff, you may want to give making your own solid perfume a try...like we did here.
We came across the recipe for the solid perfume from
Mommypotamus and loved all the ingredients.
Sandalwood Vanilla Solid Perfume, it's a good thing!
The recipe does not call for Patchouli oil or fractionated coconut oil, we added those to our recipe.
Fractionated coconut oil is our favorite go to body oil for our natural body recipes.
Click on the link below to get the recipe.
We used these silver tin sliders to hold our solid perfume in. You can buy the sliders here.
We also new we wanted to make a solid perfume necklace and found the chain and the locket at the craft store sold separate.
You can really use anything you like as your vessel to hold your precious personal solid perfume in.
We are in love with the necklace!
You can certainly change up the essential oils as long as you have the base recipe.
The beautiful personal perfume scents are limitless!
To use your solid perfume apply it by placing your finger on the perfume and allowing the heat from your body to warm up the perfume and apply to your wrists.
Since solid perfume is sticky in a sense , you may want to be careful where you apply it...like putting it behind your ears or back of neck may cause your hair to get tacky.
That is why we suggest the wrists...but experiment and see what works best for you.
God made him who had no sin to be sin for us, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God.
2 Corinthians 5:21