Are you looking to find a solid perfume recipe that suits your personality? You may have seen a soapstone solid perfume display in the past or maybe you're curious about how hard solid perfumes are to make?
Solid perfume has the advantage of fitting in the smallest purses and even in your jean pockets if stored in a small flat compact container. Because it's solid, there is no problem flying with it in your carry-on luggage!
How do you make your own solid perfume? This article will cover that as well as recommend one excellent online retailer and "offline" retailer that you have probably seen in airports in the US and in Canada.
To make your own solid perfume, you will need a few basic ingredients from your local health store, drugstore or local crafts store. I will also suggest online stores where these products are available on the Internet.
Let's get started with the basic solid perfume recipe and you can include your homemade solid perfumes in gift baskets bath products for a special someone!
If you need to purchase these ingredients, click on the links shown below and you'll be taken to a reliable online supplier.
You will also need a small container or two to pour your solid perfume into. You want a container with a large opening so that you can easily rub your finger on the perfume. You can also use lipstick containers that have been emptied and cleaned out for an easy applicator.
Use a bain-marie or double-boiler if you have one. If not, simply put a small bowl into a saucepan that contains about 1 inch of water. Pour the almond oil and beeswax in the small bowl and turn on the stove top.
Let the wax melt, then remove it from the heat. Use a chopstick or other small utensil to stir the oil and beeswax and add the essential oils. Then pour the mixture into your small container.
Let it cool for 30 minutes then seal it.
If you can't make up your mind on the type of oils to use, feel free to read more on the benefits or particular aromatherapy essential oils.
If making your own solid perfume seems like too much work, then go ahead and purchase some handmade solid perfumes. They smell great, come in a solid perfume case that you can reuse when you're done with it. You could even make your own solid perfume refills with the recipe above!
I recommmend solid perfurmes from LUSH Cosmetics. LUSH's Comforter Solid Perfume Recipe contains cypress, cassis and bergamot oils mixed in the perfect ratio to create a mysterious and seductive scent.
If you're not the overly passionate kind and are more like the "all American girl", then you'll love the American Cream Solid Perfume. I use this solid perfume and I love it! It contains vanilla, clary sage and lavender. You may already be familiar with LUSH's American Cream hair conditioner, and its scent. If you love that particular conditioner, you'll love this perfume.
You may also like Go Green Solid Perfume, which is a fresh-scented perfume with citrus smells (grapefruit and neroli) and a vetivert base with fennel, cedar wood and thyme. Call it LUSH's citrusy green scent if you want.
Honey I Washed The Kids Solid Perfume is shown on the right and it has the sweet honey scent that mommies and babies around the world have come to love.
LUSH also has a Karma Solid Perfume that can make you feel good about doing your part towards improving your karma! Recycle your case and use it for your next solid perfume refills!
For the romantic ladies out there, LUSH Cosmetics created the Vanillary Solid Perfume. Its soothing solid perfume recipe contains vanilla with a hint of sensual jasmine to create a sexy scent that will uplift you on demand!
It doesn't matter if you're looking for the perfect-sized solid perfume case or perfect soild perfume recipe, LUSH Cosmetics has you covered with their handmade solid perfumes.