A floriental fragrance with top notes of bergamot balanced by warm sandalwood.
- 12 drops Bergamot essential oil
- 30 drops Tuberose fragrance oil
- 8 drops Ylang-Ylang essential oil
- 12 drops Gardenia fragrance oil
- 16 drops Sandalwood fragrance oil
Add the above perfume oils into a 30ml bottle in the order listed above. Swirl gently to combine. Top up with perfumers alcohol for a spray perfume. Mix well.
For best results leave in a cool dark place for one week to steep.
To make perfume oil use a bottle that has a roller ball or that opens at the top for access to the oil.
Place your carrier oil such as jojoba, apricot kernel or sweet almond into the bottle first. Then add the oils one by one in the order listed above. Mix well and let steep for a week in a cool dark place.
PLEASE NOTE: Aromatherapy is a complementary therapy. It does not provide a cure for diseases, rashes or illnesses, but it can support conventional treatment of various conditions.
We are not medical doctors and if you are currently on any sort of medication or treatment prescribed by your medical practitioner, please check with them first before attempting any of the therapies or treatments suggested in this course.
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, please check with your medical practitioner before using any of the essential oil blends suggested here, as some are not suitable to be used during pregnancy or whilst breastfeeding.
The suggestions and remedies on this website are recommended with adults in mind and may not be suitable for young children as their senses, and skins are very sensitive and can cause allergic reactions.