Synergies | Recipes - cinnamon bark - Warm Spice Perfume
- 4 drops Bergamot Essential Oil (Top note)
- 2 drops Ginger Essential Oil (Middle note)
- 3 drops Vanilla Absolute (Base note)
- 3 drops Cedarwood Essential Oil (Base note)
- 2 drops Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil (Base note)
- 10 ml carrier oil like Jojoba or Coconut (MCT)
Combine all essential and absolute oils in a 10ml glass roller bottle. Fill the rest of the bottle with a carrier oil, such as Coconut oil (MCT), Jojoba oil , Meadowfoam oil or a combination of 2 carrier oils. Shake well to blend. Your perfume oil is ready to enjoy immediately, but will improve aromatically if you let it mature for 2-3 weeks before use.
Stored in the right conditions ( in a dry, cool place, away from light and tightly closed), your perfume should keep for a minimum of 6 months.
Remember, when creating any aromatherapy and perfumery blends, it is essential to perform a patch test on your skin to ensure there is no adverse reaction.
Caution: When using essential oils, it is crucial to always dilute them with a carrier oil or in a diffuser, as applying undiluted oils directly to the skin may cause irritation or adverse reactions.
Additionally, it is highly recommended to perform a patch test before using any essential oil for the first time.
To conduct a patch test, dilute a small amount of the essential oil in a carrier oil and apply it to a small area of your skin. Wait for 24 hours to observe any signs of redness, itching, or irritation.
If you experience any adverse reactions, discontinue use immediately and consult a healthcare professional. Remember, essential oils are highly concentrated plant extracts and should be used with caution to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience.