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How To Make Perfume : Step By Step
How perfume is made step by step

Everyone wants to show their personality to everyone, starting with how they smell. but we see that perfumes are very expensive. In this blog, I will tell you how perfume is made. So, you can make perfume by yourself within your budget, and there is no need to spend money on it. 

Ingredients Used to Make Perfume

Most smells are created using both synthetic chemicals and natural ingredients. Your choice will determine the aroma you want to make, so you have to choose the right ingredient.

Natural Ingredients To Make Scent:- 

  • Rose Petals
  • Lavender 
  • Vanilla
  • Jasmine
  • Sandalwood

Synthetic Ingredients To Make Scent:-

  • Rose Petals
  • Lavender 
  • Vanilla
  • Jasmine
  • Sandalwood

There Are Also Some Other Tools :-

1. Glass bottle :- 

  • In which we put our final product.

2. Measuring Cup/Spoon :-

  • To measure the quantity of product.

3. Glass Jar :-

  • For mixing the fragrance.

4. Funnel :-

  • To channel the liquid.

There Are Extraction Methods :-

when you try to make your own fragrance. First off, ensure that any natural ingredients you buy or use have always had their oils removed before using them to make perfume. There are several ways to extract essential oils. It’s an important stage in the making of perfume.

Solvent Extraction   

The plants are putting substances into a huge, rotating tub during this process. Oil is then sprayed to cover the plants. Plants degrade over time in the solution that is used. Oil is being left behind as a waxy material.


It is one of the oldest processes. The technique of expression is also very easy. In this method, everything that is required is to mechanically or manually press the plant until all the oils are obtained.

Note About Scents :-

  To make a fragrance, we have to know about the scents note. In perfumes fragrances are divided in three notes.       

  1. Top Note –  In this step, when you put the perfume, it disappeared. They include : Orange, Lemon, Grapefruit etc.
  2. Middle Note – We smell this note when the top note is disappear. Scents like: Lavender, Rose, Basil, etc. 
  3. Base Note – It’s the base of perfume. Which includes : patchouli, sandalwood, vetiver.

Steps How Scents Are made:-

       Make your perfume step by step with us –

1. Add The Alcohol –

 The first step in making perfume is to measure 1/4 cup of vodka, which will be used to measure everything else. Allow it to cool before pouring it into the jar.

2. Add Your fragrance –

  Add 25 drops of your essential or aroma oil after the vodka. The next step in making your fragrance is to write down the note after creating a little bit of scent. They help create a whole perfume.

3. Smell The Scent –

Once you’ve created your top note, carefully blend it and check the result on a scent strip, taking a whiff without touching your nose.

4. Rework –

You finally become aware of what is perfect and what requires more effort. Work on these things first, then move on to the other steps.

5. Let It Age –

When you feel that the perfume is completely created, keep it in a cold, dark place. You should leave it for at least 48 hours, but if you want a good result, leave it for at least a month to let all the ingredients blend and provide a pleasant aroma.

6. Add Some Water And Glycerin –

The fragrance must be diluted because it is ready. Add at least 2 tablespoons of spring water, and if you’re making a perfume spray, add much more water to make sure that the scent will maintain consistency. You may know that adding glycerin to perfume helps keep the aroma. Therefore, add about 5 drops of glycerin.

7. Finishing –

It is the last step in the creation of scent. Pour the fragrance into a glass bottle or another fragrance container. If you’re using a clear bottle, such as one that catches all the direct sunlight, cover it with a sheet of aluminium foil or a piece of fabric to protect your perfume from light. Now that you’ve completed making your own perfume, you may enjoy your favourite scent.

I hope that you understand how scents are made

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