Homemade Perfume Roll-On Homemade perfume made with all natural essential oils. Essential Oils Vodka or Carrier Oil Vanilla Beans

Homemade Perfume Roll-­Ons

This homemade perfume can be used as a roll­-on or in a spray bottle. There are two ways to make natural perfume, with alcohol or with a carrier oil. I’ve shared both methods below.

Homemade Perfume Roll-On made with Essential Oils

Homemade Perfume Roll-On Recipes

 

Recipe #1 – Alcohol Based Perfume Roll­-On

This recipe takes 2-­6 weeks to make (the longer it sits, the better the fragrance).

Ingredients:

Instructions:

  1. Fill each roll­on bottle 3⁄4 the way full of carrier oil.
  2. Add 10­-25 drops of essential oils of your choice.
  3. Use more if you would like a stronger perfume. I prefer it more subtle so I only use 10­-12 drops.

 

Homemade Alcohol Based Perfume Roll-­Ons
 
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Ingredients
  • Ingredients:
  • ­1 Organic Vanilla Bean ­
  • Vodka
  • Essential Oils
Instructions
  1. Cut the vanilla bean open and chop it up into pieces.
  2. Scoop the vanilla bean pieces into an 8 ounce glass bottle.
  3. Fill the bottle with vodka.
  4. Secure the bottle with a lid and place it in a dark cool place.
  5. Shake the bottle up every 3-­4 days.
  6. Smell the vanilla after 2 or more weeks. It’ll smell beautiful! You can make this perfume as soon as 2 weeks, but the longer the vanilla sits the better it’ll be.
  7. Strain the vanilla beans from the vanilla.
  8. Fill perfume bottle or roll­on bottles with vanilla.
  9. Add 2 drops of essential oils for each tablespoon of finished vanilla perfume. Add more essential oil if you desire a stronger perfume.

 

My favorite essential oils to use in this recipe:

  • ­Lavender
    ­
  • Clary Sage
    ­
  • Sandalwood
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  • Chamomile
    ­
  • Peppermint (This combo smells like a candy cane!)

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Recipe #2 – Oil Based Perfume Roll­-On

This method is quicker than the alcohol based recipe. You must shake the bottle before each use to mix the essential oils with the carrier oil.

Ingredients:

Instructions:

  1. Fill each roll­on bottle 3⁄4 the way full of carrier oil.
  2. Add 10­-25 drops of essential oils of your choice.
  3. Use more if you would like a stronger perfume. I prefer it more subtle so I only use 10­-12 drops.

 

Oil Based Homemade Perfume Roll-­Ons
 
Author:
Ingredients
  • Liquid Carrier Oil (Fractionated Coconut Oil, Jojoba Oil, Almond Oil or V6 all work well) ­
  • Essential Oils
Instructions
  1. Fill each roll­on bottle 3⁄4 the way full of carrier oil.
  2. Add 10­-25 drops of essential oils of your choice.
  3. Use more if you would like a stronger perfume. I prefer it more subtle so I only use 10­-12 drops.

 

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