Store-bought perfumes often come with a hefty price tag and a list of ingredients that are hard to pronounce. Why not create your own signature scent that’s both affordable and natural? Our DIY Solid Perfume, featuring doTERRA essential oils, allows you to do just that. Plus, it’s long-lasting and easy to make!
- 2 tablespoons beeswax
- 2 tablespoons Fractionated Coconut Oil
- 20 drops of your favorite doTERRA essential oil or blend
Step 1: Prepare the Melting Process
- Place 2 tablespoons of beeswax and 2 tablespoons of Fractionated Coconut Oil in a glass jar.
Step 2: Melt Ingredients
- Place the jar in a saucepan with 1 to 1.5 inches of boiling water.
- Stir the ingredients for about 5–10 minutes until they combine into a liquid form.
Step 3: Add Essential Oils
- Once melted, remove the jar from heat and let it rest for three minutes.
- Add 20 drops of your chosen doTERRA essential oil or blend and stir well.
Step 4: Pour and Set
- Carefully pour the liquid mixture into empty containers or lockets.
- Allow the perfume to solidify before sealing the container.
Step 5: Usage
- To use, simply swipe a small amount of the solid perfume onto your pulse points or wherever you usually apply perfume.
Why DIY Solid Perfume is Awesome:
- Personalized: Choose an essential oil that matches your mood, outfit, or occasion.
- Natural Ingredients: Made with natural beeswax, Fractionated Coconut Oil, and doTERRA essential oils.
- Cost-Effective: Creating your own perfume is not only fun but also wallet-friendly.
Crafting your own solid perfume is a rewarding and creative experience. It’s an excellent way to utilize the benefits of essential oils while also reducing your exposure to synthetic fragrances. This DIY Solid Perfume is natural, customizable, and perfect for on-the-go freshness.
Disclaimer: This DIY recipe is intended for personal use. Always conduct a skin patch test when using new essential oils to ensure that they don’t cause skin irritation. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration or any other health agency.