January 21

Women’s Zest DIY Perfume With Essential Oils



Making a DIY perfume is not only fun, and affordable it’s much better for you than the chemically laden counterparts you would buy in the store.  It’s really simple to make, and you only need just a few key ingredients.

We like to use perfumers alcohol in our perfumes.  You can also switch it out for a vodka.  Add 1 teaspoon perfumers alcohol to your dual fitment bottle (these are the best for perfumes because there is a roller on one end, and a spray on the other.  That makes it perfect for the times you want to spray and the times you want to put it on your pulse points).

To make the perfume, it is key to add the essential oils to a bottle and let them mature for several days before adding any other ingredients.  I like to put the drops into my dual fitment bottle, give it a little swirl and seal it up.  After a few days to a month, go back and add your perfumer’s alcohol.  Top with water.

Spray on clothing and roll on pulse points.  Please keep in mind that essential oils are not as powerful and don’t have the staying power that synthetic perfumes have.  You will most likely need to reapply the perfume several times throughout the day.

Women’s Zest Perfume With Essential Oils

  • 7 Drops Patchouli
  • 7 Drops Cedarwood
  • 4 Drops Spearmint
  • 2 teaspoons jojoba (top off the bottle with water or jojoba your choice).

Zest Perfume Blend With Essential Oils #essentialoils #diyperfume #smellgood #gotoilsupplies


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  1. I was looking through one of your reviews on Manuka Essential Oil, and I loved how You presented it, but in one of the paragraphs you stated a recipe for a deodorant with using the Manuka Oil, and I have looked through the website and can’t seem to find it. Could you send it to me. I am having some issues in that area right now, and will use it full strength but if there are other ways of using it I would like to read them. Thank You, Cindy Mount

    1. I’m not sure we have one specifically for manuka oil right now on the blog, I’m sorry. You can use any great homemade deodorant recipe, however. I will pass the suggestion along though.

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