Daily Dose of Nature

DIY Natural Perfumes

Beyond our immediate understanding of medical purposes, smells can also be soothing or exciting. I have gotten rid of my cheap and toxic ingredient filled sprays and am enjoying using some of the natural smells that I love. The most expensive perfumes are from about 78% to 95% of specially denatured ethyl alcohol and a remainder of essential oils (or these days, chemical fragrance oils). By making your own, you know exactly what you are putting on your body.

Here is a DIY natural perfume recipe for you :


  • Lorann Oils clear glass roller ball bottles
  • 1 oz Sweet Almond oil
  • 14 drops Lorann Oils Ylang Ylang essential oil
  • 12 drops Lorann Oils Lavender essential oil
  • 12 drops Lorann Oils Pine essential oil
  • 10 drops Lorann Oils Orange essential oil

How to Prepare

  • Harvest small flowers and let them air-dry overnight.
  • Once dried, place the flowers in the roll-on bottles.
  • In a small bowl, mix together all oils.
  • Carefully use a dropper to add the oil mixture into the bottles over the flowers.
  • Place roller-ball part on top and push down firmly until it snaps into place.
  • Roll perfume onto skin to apply.

Exposure to sunlight and heat can degrade the oils more quickly. The carrier oils, like almond oil, can go rancid over time. I recommend a “sniff” test. If they don’t have an off-smell and the aroma of the essential oils is potent, they are still good to use.

Reference : https://blog.lorannoils.com/2019/01/16/sweet-and-simple-botanical-perfume-rollers/

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Garima ji very good blogs you are writing. I want that write a blog for slow learner kids. Also therapies and methodolgy to treat them.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. GS says:

      I will try to write something on this Neeraj.


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