Vanilla Bean Fragrance Recipe
Vanilla Perfume Bottle With Sprayer
Vanilla fragrance oil
Vanilla Bean fragrance
Yield: 3 to 4 roller glass bottles
Why would anyone want to make her own vanilla perfume? Simple.
Vanilla perfume, make with all natural ingredients, is better than the store-bought ones, because you know exactly what’s in your vanilla perfume.
Make Your Own Natural Vanilla PerfumeIngredients
Vanilla Beans – 1 bean.
Sunflower Oil – 3 to 4 tablespoons.
Bergamot Essential Oil – 40 drops.
Cedarwood Essential Oil – 8 drops.
(Optional) Anise Essential Oil – 3 drops.
(Optional) Vitamin E Oil – 2 to 3 drops. Equipment
Glass Container(s). Glass containers to ensure the vanilla perfume stays fresh and pure.
You can try 1 oz Amber Boston Round Glass Bottle with Sprayer or 1 oz Cobalt Blue Glass Bottles with Sprayer.
You can also try a roller glass bottle.
Make Vanilla infused organic sunflower oil. Slice open a vanilla bean, scrape out the seeds from the pod. Cup the pod into small pieces.
Place the vanilla bean pieces in a glass bottle. Add organic sunflower oil. I included the vanilla bean seeds too. The seeds tend to float in the oil at first, but will eventually settle to the bottom of the bottle.
Close your glass bottle tightly. Leave it in a dark place. The 2-week waiting period for the vanilla infused oil begins. Shake the bottle gently once every 3-4 days.
After the 2-week waiting period, add bergamot, cedarwood and anise (optional) essential oil into a 1 oz glass spray bottle.
5. (optional) Add vitamin E oil.
Use a dropper to get the vanilla infused oil out of the glass bottle. Try not to move the glass bottle when you’re extracting the vanilla infuse oil. Otherwise, you might get some seeds in your dropper too. I don’t like vanilla bean seeds in my perfume. But that’s just me.
Add vanilla bean infused oil into the glass spray bottle.
Gently shake your glass spray bottle.
Enjoy your all natural Vanilla Perfume.