Natural Perfume with Essential Oil, by Rebecca Park Totilo

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Create unique perfumes with essential oils.

Using the same classic perfumery techniques and processes as mainstream houses, a natural perfumer can blend, dilute, age, and bottle his or her own signature scent, rivaling any name brand. Perfumes, body splashes, and colognes can be healthy when created with pure essential oils and absolutes derived from botanical ingredients harvested from the earth. Natural perfumes can be eco-friendly—unlike their lab-created synthetic counterparts, whose chemicals are considered toxic environmental hazards.

Now you can create natural fragrances that are subtle, giving you an aura of sweet bliss within your personal space. When you leave the room, your fragrance goes with you.

In this guide, you will discover how to create natural eau de parfums that develop in layers, changing gradually with the chemistry of your skin. Your signature scent will smell like you, not like anybody else. Discover how to create unique fragrances unlike anything on the market that will captivate your senses.

Purpose: Education. (Click here for information on the difference between Marketing and Educational materials.)

Publication: 2017.

Pages: 339.

Size: 1" x 6" x 9".


Rebecca Park Totilo is a sought-after international speaker on essential oils who also offers online courses on aromatherapy. As a prolific, award-winning writer of both inspirational and instructional books, she has authored over 50 titles that have cumulatively sold over one million copies. She lives by the beach with her husband and children.

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Chapter 1: Natural Perfumery
Chapter 2: History of Perfume
Chapter 3: The Nose Knows
Chapter 4: The Fragrant Makeup of Perfume
Chapter 5: Essential Oils and Absolutes
Chapter 6: Understanding Notes
Chapter 7: Now Smell This
Chapter 8: The Wheel of Fragrance
Chapter 9: Equipment Used in Perfume-Making
Chapter 10: Building Accords
Chapter 11: Fixatives
Chapter 12: Making Your First Perfume
Chapter 13: Blending Techniques
Chapter 14: Perfume Mistake or Masterpiece?
Chapter 15: Types of Fragrances
Chapter 16: A Fragrance Wardrobe
Chapter 17: Adding Fragrance to Products
Chapter 18: Pretty Packaging
Chapter 19: Fragrance Regulations
Chapter 20: Basic Recipes
Appendix A: Dilution Rate for Formulas
Appendix B: An Overview of the Main Material Groups Used in the Perfume Industry
Appendix C: Companion Oil Chart
Appendix D: Source Guide
Appendix E: Odor Intensity Chart
Appendix F: Glossary of Terms

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