Make Natural Perfume
Beginner | 10 min 53 sec
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It's time to discover your new favorite perfume, made for you, by you. Creating a custom, all-natural perfume is simple and it can require as few as two ingredients. Natural bodycare expert Arina of BellaCreme walks you through infusing botanicals in order to make a fragrance that you'll love. Learn how to choose affordable and pure ingredients for a balanced bouquet while avoiding expensive, overpowering scents. Follow the recipe for Arina's warm and comforting Amber Spice perfume or experiment with your own inclusions and essential oils.
Here’s what you’ll need:
  • One wide-mouth canning jar with a tight-fitting lid
  • One 4 oz. amber spray bottle
  • Four 10mL roll-on bottles
  • Measuring cup
  • Kitchen scale
  • Strainer
  • Funnel
  • Coffee filters
 
Recipe for Amber Spice Perfume:
  • 12 oz 80-120 proof drinkable alcohol (not rubbing alcohol): this should be something with 40-60% ABV such as vodka, gin, rum, or grain alcohol
  • 0.9 oz dried rosemary
  • 0.8 oz fennel seeds
  • 0.7 oz dried coriander seeds
  • 0.7 oz dried tarragon leaves
  • 20 whole cloves
  • 7 whole bay leaves
  • 20 whole cloves
  • 2 whole cinnamon sticks
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Learn how to:
  • Use herbs and spices to make a natural perfume
  • Choose botanicals for scent and wellness benefits
  • Make Arina's Amber Spice perfume recipe

What you'll get:
  • Video lessons on how to make a natural perfume
  • 3 HD video lessons you can access online anytime, anywhere
  • Detailed supplies list
  • Step-by-step expert instruction from body care expert Arina Soller of BellaCreme
  • The ability to leave comments, ask questions, and interact with other students
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Class Reviews
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Lynda LiVecchi-Bell
Excited to try this because I can not tolerate store bought perfumes.
January 30
Sharon Farrington
Arina was very specific in stating how much ingredients to use and why.
January 24
Antoinette Palmieri
I am looking forward to trying this! Thank you for your welcoming introduction to making your own perfume!
January 24