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  1. Stephanie

    Thanks so very much for making this endeavor seem so approachable! My husband is allergic to (hay-fever-ish) and I get migraines from just about every traditional perfume either of us have ever tried. Plus, I work in health care, and overwhelming scents are not the best things to wear when in close contact with people. But I do miss smelling non-generic, lol. Freshly washed human isn’t a bad smell, but I like the idea of giving myself that little lift throughout the day. I have heard solid perfumes don’t have that overwhelming scent cloud factor which sounds wonderful.

    I am thinking of trying a mix of bergamot, rosemary, and maybe amber or myrrh. My sister has a giant rosemary bush behind her house and all I ever want to do is roll around in it, I LOVE earl grey tea, and my favorite candles have always been rich yummy candles that have that warm amber scent to them. I’m excited. Plus I think all three of those would make pretty lovely single-scents.

    Again, thank you!

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  4. Clémentine

    Hi ! I’ve been wanting to make my own solid perfume for a looong time, and tonight is the night. I was so sad because I could’nt get a scent I liked with the oils I already owned, but buying one new thing just changed everything…cinnamon ! I love it in cakes, hot chocolates, in pastries – and now in perfume. So I’m making some tests but I think my very unique perfume will contain sandalwood, cinnamon and mandarina (mandarin ? sorry i don’t remember the english word…).

    So thanks for your tutorial and all the inspiration you can give =)

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  6. Udoni

    I’d like to make a blend of myrrh and vanilla, but they’re both so expensive that the only affordable ones I could find are pre-blended with grapeseed oil (only 20% essential oil). How will that affect the formula?

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