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  • Peace & Love Perfume

    Peace & Love Perfume

    Peace and love might make you think of hippies dancing to Jefferson Airplane in the sixties... but we believe it's a sentiment that you can embrace daily! I mean who doesn't need a bit of soul soothing after the last few years we've gone through?

    Using beautiful essential oils you can create this aromatic perfume that will wrap you in feelings of love and encourage a calm, tranquil state of mind. The scent profile is sweet, warm and rich with floral undertones, the perfect choice for all day wear. 

    Apply directly to your wrists, behind your ears and your neck or inner elbow.

    Amount Description
    Bergamot essential oil 7 drops
    Boosts self-confidence and positivity
    Patchouli essential oil 4 drops Grounds and balances emotions
    Ylang Ylang essential oil 3 drops Encourages feelings of joy
    3% Rose absolute in Jojoba 3 drops
    Soothes the spirit, instils self-love
    3% Neroli in Jojoba 3 drops Promotes peaceful inner calm
    Camellia oil 5mL Light-weight, highly stable, scent-free
    Jojoba oil 4mL Extremely stable, excellent base for perfumes
    Natural Vitamin E 2 drops
    Antioxidant, protects oil, provides shelf life

    Step 1: Measure drops of essential oils directly into 10mL Perfume Roller bottle. Gently mix with a pipette and allow to synergise for 30 minutes.

    Step 2: Add Camellia oil and Jojoba oil and mix well with a pipette.

    Step 3: Add Natural Vitamin E and seal bottle with roller plug and cap.

    Step 4: Give the perfume a final mix by rolling the bottle in your hands. As you hold the perfume, allow your mind to focus on peaceful thoughts and fill your heart with love. 

    Makes 1 x 10mL Perfume Roller Bottle.

    Suggested recipes are provided as examples only. Whilst all care has been taken in creating these examples, Sage Cosmetic Coaching accepts no responsibility relating to the manufacture of products. Any responsibility for the performance, efficacy and stability of the product lies with the manufacturer.
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