DIY Solid Perfume Recipe
Sometimes, even my favorite, tried and true, designer perfumes can’t last the whole day. It’s unfortunate but true. So, this is a great way to have a refresher you can carry around to make sure you smell like something other than outside and sweat by the end of the day. Or to have a travel size version to carry around! We love this DIY solid perfume and hope you will, too!
Not to mention: it’s super easy and only has 3 ingredients!
Add shea butter and soy wax to a microwave or heat safe bowl/measuring cup.
Heat in increments of 30 seconds until fully melted.
Add fragrance oil and stir.
Pour gently into a tin or container with a lid. Allow to set overnight or in the freezer for at least an hour before use.
Do not store in a warm or hot environment. If you’re keeping it in your purse, do not leave it in direct sunlight.
To apply, simply add a little bit to your finger and add to pressure points like your neck or wrists. It will melt right in.
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As with all products, users should test a small amount prior to normal extended