How to Produce Perfumes with Nice Fragrant | 2019 Detailed Guide.
How to Produce Perfumes… Perfume is simply the mixture of alcohol and fragrant essential oils extracted from flowers, leaves, stem barks, seeds, bud, roots, resin and petals or synthetically, used especially to ignite pleasant long lasting scent to the body.
Wearing of perfume is another aspect of fashion or make-up for both males and females, this is because everyone wants to be noticed and envied by others which creates self esteem and in turn build self confident.
This article will guide you on every tips you need for a successful perfume production.
First of all,
See Reasons why people wear perfumes.
- Perfumes awaken memories, for instance a particular fragrance could remind us of some similar fragrances in foods like chocolate, clothes, or environments we’ve come across before especially when we were a bit younger.
- It builds a better relationship with people around you, it triggers memories and helps people to remember you when you are not around them for a longer time.
- Perfumes help to relax or calm our minds through massage, shower-bath with the use of fragrance which in turn help us to get rid of the stress we had during the day.
- It helps to reflect our unique personality by creating self esteem and a feeling of attractiveness.
Things that makes all perfume fragrance last.
What makes most perfumes to last longer than others are as a result of:
1. Skin type: perfumes evaporate faster on dry skin because of lack of oil which the perfume needs to absorb into the skin, this can be corrected by using unscented moisturizer (petroleum jelly or jojoba oil before applying perfume on the skin
2. Concentration: the higher the alcoholic content, the less the fragrance; while the higher the concentration, the more the fragrance, for instance, a body spray would be of less concentration than an “eau de toilette”.
3. Notes: most fragrances have top, middle and base notes. These notes are scent with different molecular weights that appears at different rates when applied to the skin.
Top Notes:– The top notes usually contain anti viral properties and it provides the first scent impression of fragrance once it is applied to the skin; it is usually higher with a more volatile aroma that evaporates easily. The scent sometimes last for about 5-20 minutes. Example of top notes are: citrus (orange, lemon and grape fruit), berries, sage, lavender, rosemary and pine among others.
Middle Notes:– These are blends of warm and soft fragrances, they take a little longer to be noticed at the start. they usually take 10-30 minutes before developing on the skin than the top notes they are often refers to as medium or heart notes, these show up after the top note has disapeared. Examples of middle notes include: geranium, rose, lemon grass, Eucalyptus, frankincense, cinnamon, peppermint, basil, ylang ylang, jasmine, cider wood, coriander among others.
Base Notes:– These are the final scents or the full body of the perfume to develop and they last longer, they are regarded as heavy oil; they are also known as ‘fixatives‘ because they help other scents to last longer by helping to slow down the evaporation rates of the higher notes – giving the fragrance a holding . Example of base notes are; vanilla, cassia, myrrh, amber,oak moss, cerder wood, sandal wood and musk.
Chemical used in making perfumes.
- Methanol, 1/2 litre
- Ethanol, 1/2 litre
- Essential oils (vanilla, geranium, rose or lavender, jojoba oil, sweet almond oil, cinnamon Or clove.), 10 drops.
Side effect of this chemicals used in making perfumes on human body.
- The symptoms are greater especially on asthmatic patients who are expose to the fumes.
- It could cause bees to easily stink when they perceive the scent. So do not go near bees when wearing a perfume
- It could cause sneezing, headache, and vomiting
- It could cause skin irritation, running eyes and nose
- It could cause dermatitis – a condition in which the skin becomes red, sore or inflamed after direct contact with chemicals.
To make a sweet fragrant, follow this procedure.
- Measure methanol and Ethanol in a bottle
- Add any of the essential oil of your choice. You can use more than 10 drops essential oil.
- Shake well and filter it with a chiffon cloth.
- Pour into a spray bottle and use it whenever you want.
Note: Be sure to filter your perfume and to use clean containers. You don’t want to introduce bacteria, fungi, or mold into your perfume, nor encourage their growth. Many essential oils inhibit microbial growth, so this is less of a concern with perfume, but it becomes more of a concern if you dilute the perfume to make cologne.
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