Floral Body Oil Project

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Floral Body Oil Project

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Complex floral scents make excellent perfumes. They’re extremely easy to make – simply choose a lightweight liquid oil, mix in your fragrance, and transfer to a container.
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Description

Complex floral scents make excellent perfumes.They’re extremely easy to make – simply choose a lightweight liquid oil, mix in your fragrance, and transfer to a container.

For this recipe, we chose fractionated coconut oil. It’s extremely lightweight and thin so it works well in the Mini Spray Bottles. If you’d like to use a slightly heavier oil, we recommend using a roller bottle to avoid clogging.

Perfume and body oils are considered a leave-on product, which is not washed off after application. When fragrance oils are applied directly to the skin, they can cause irritation. That’s why it’s important to use a safe amount. One way to find out how much fragrance to use is to select “lotion” on the Bramble Berry Fragrance Calculator.

You may notice that usage rate is extremely small. That’s because the fragrance calculator errs on the side of extreme caution. To find the maximum usage rate for a fragrance oil for leave-on products, consult the IFRA Certificate. That can be requested by emailing MSDS (at) brambleberry (dot) com.

The IFRA usage rates for the oils used in this tutorial are listed below. This number refers to how much of the product can be made up of the fragrance oil. For example, Wild Rose Fragrance Oil can be used in your perfume up to 12%. Daisy Chain Fragrance Oil can be used up to 48%, but that doesn’t mean you have to use that much fragrance in your product.

Max IFRA Usage Rates for Category 4

Wild Rose Fragrance Oil: 12%

Blushing Orchid Fragrance Oil: 14.2%

Baby's Breath Fragrance Oil: 20%

Daisy Chain Fragrance Oil: 48%

The recipes below are formulated depending on how much of each perfume you’d like to make. If you’d like to make 10 bottles of only one fragrance, use the first recipe. If you’d like to make two sets of all four fragrances for a total of eight bottles, use the second recipe.

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Supplies

5 Ingredients
2 Tools
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For All 7 Items
5 Ingredients
5 Items
$33.13
We do our best to include just what you need to make your project, however due to available product sizes, you may have left overs.
Caprylic/Capric Triglycerides - Fractionated Coconut Oil - 1 lb

Caprylic/Capric Triglycerides - Fractionated Coconut Oil - 1 lb

size: 1 lb
Price: $8.89

$8.89
Blushing Orchid Fragrance Oil - 2 oz

Blushing Orchid Fragrance Oil - 2 oz

size: 2 oz
Price: $6.45

$6.45
Daisy Chain Fragrance Oil - 2 oz

Daisy Chain Fragrance Oil - 2 oz

size: 2 oz
Price: $5.16

$5.16
Baby's Breath Fragrance Oil - 2 oz

Baby's Breath Fragrance Oil - 2 oz

size: 2 oz
Price: $6.23

$6.23
Wild Rose Fragrance Oil - 2 oz

Wild Rose Fragrance Oil - 2 oz

size: 2 oz
Price: $6.40

$6.40
2 Tools
2 Items
$9.00
Mini Spray Bottle - 10 bottles

Mini Spray Bottle - 10 bottles

variant-quantity-set: 10
Price: $7.50

$7.50
Droppers With Suction Bulb - 10 droppers

Droppers With Suction Bulb - 10 droppers

variant-quantity-set: 10
Price: $1.50

$1.50

Instructions

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Floral Body Oil Project
Complex floral scents make excellent perfumes. They’re extremely easy to make – simply choose a lightweight liquid oil, mix in your fragrance, and transfer to a container.

Ingredients

10 Mini Spray Bottles

Floral Body Oil Labels

3 oz. Fractionated Coconut Oil

up to 0.4 oz. Blushing Orchid Fragrance Oil

up to 1.4 oz. Daisy Chain Fragrance Oil

up to 0.6 oz. Baby’s Breath Fragrance Oil

up to 0.3 oz. Wild Rose Fragrance Oil

Instructions

1 Pour 3 ounces of fractionated coconut oil into a small container.
2

Add the fragrance oil of your choice and use a spoon to thoroughly mix the oils together. 

Portion fragrance

3

Carefully transfer the oil mixture to the Mini Spray Bottles. If you have a hard time pouring with a steady hand, using a dropper can help.

Transfer mixture to spray bottle

4

Apply a label to the bottle for a finishing touch. To use, spray the oil onto the skin. Rub in gently to help the skin absorb the oil. Enjoy!

Label sprays

Tutorial credits

Photographer: Amanda Kerzman

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