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The Professional Way to Make Perfume

J. S. M. Drayton
Copyright J. S. M. Drayton 2011
Second Edition 2011

Published by J. S. M. Drayton at Amazon.com


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Table of Contents
Chapter 1- Why Not Create Your Own Perfume Line?

Chapter 2 Introduction

Chapter 3 - List of materials

Chapter 4 - Quick overview of how to make Perfume, Cologne and Eau De Toilette

Chapter 5 - How to prepare Top, Middle and Base Notes

Chapter 6 - Percentage use rates for Essential oils or Aroma chemicals and Perfumers alcohol

Chapter 7 - How to make Eau de Toilette

Chapter 8 - How to make Cologne

Chapter 9 - How to make Perfume

Chapter 10 - My six Signature formulas

Chapter 11 Suppliers

Chapter 12 - Selling, shipping and labeling perfume products

Chapter 13 Index

Chapter 1
Why Not Create Your Own High-End Perfume?

With the perfume making techniques and procedures detailed in this guide, you will have all the
tools you need to make your own best selling scent. Imagine having the power to create a unique
signature scent without spending millions of dollars in research and development like large perfume
companies. There are thousands of different essential oils and aroma chemicals available on the open
market. There are a countless number of combinations waiting to be unlocked. My guide has easy to
follow instructions, clear illustrations, seven of my signature formulas and a list of my material
suppliers. Everything needed to start on your path as a perfumer can be found in these pages. Good
luck!

What this guide will do for you


"The Professional Way to Make Perfume guide, teaches you how to make perfume like a
professional, gives you my blending techniques with easy to follow instructions, it gives you seven of
my unique perfume formulas and all of my supply sources. If you ever wondered how those big
celebrities make their own perfume, today is your chance to find out. You dont have to be a large
company or a big celebrity to create your own signature perfume. You can make your own perfume
without spending thousands of dollars. If you decide to sell your perfume, you can sell it at, street
fairs, festivals or on the internet. You can also throw sales parties at your home and invite all your
friends and neighbors.

WarningDisclaimer
This book is designed to provide information on making Perfume, Cologne and Eau de Toilette.
Every effort has been made to make this manual as complete and as accurate as possible. However,
there may be mistakes, both typographical and in content. Therefore, this manual should be used
basically as a general guide. Furthermore, this manual contains information on making Perfume that is
current only up to the publishing date. The purpose of this manual is to educate and entertain. The
author shall have neither liability nor responsibility to any person or entity with respect to any loss or
damage caused, or alleged to have been caused, directly or indirectly, by the information contained in
this manual.

Chapter 2
Introduction
2.1. Creating your own one of a kind scent is a lot easier than you think. You will find it exciting
to know that no one else has your scent, not even those big name perfume makers. Your scent
will be unique because you created it. With the right combination of essential oils, and
perfumers supplements, you are on the right track to have a one of a kind signature scent.
2.2. Perfume: Is a mixture of essential oils, alcohol, water and perfumers supplements.
2.3. Essential oils: Are oils that come from plants; they give plants their distinctive odor. Various
essential oils are routinely mixed together to create a set of three robust essential oil concoctions. The
concoctions are referred to as Top, Middle and Base notes. When the three NOTES are combined,
they create a full bodied perfume blend. Cologne and Eau de Toilette are simply weaker blends of
perfume. They contain lower levels of essential oils or aroma chemicals than Perfume.
2.4. Perfumers supplements: Are Aroma chemicals; Aroma chemicals such as Aldehyde (C8C14), are added to the Notes to give the perfume sharper and crisp Notes.
2.5. fyi: Big name perfume makers consider perfumers supplements to be a must have. If you
want your scent to smell couture, kick it up a notch with perfumers supplements. The number
of perfumers supplements to add to your blend is entirely up to your discretion. Some
perfumers supplements manufactures will give free samples to their customers. It is always a
good idea to take advantage of the free samples; the samples allow you more
products to experiment with. Furthermore, it is also a good idea to go to your nearest mall shop
and look at perfumes made by big name perfume makers. Look at the ingredients to get an idea
of the perfumers supplements they include in their perfume blend. Essential oils are not listed
among the ingredients because listing essential oils is not an fda requirement.
2.6. Notes: In perfumery describe an aroma that one smells in the presence of perfume.
2.6.1. Top Note: Is what one smells first; The Top Note consists of oils that are light or volatile. The
Top Note gives off the most notable scent and wears off quickly. The Top Note includes light weight
oils such as ylang-ylang, neroli and bergamot.
2.6.2. Middle Note: Makes up the personality of the perfume and is less volatile than the Top Note.
Middle Note consists of oils such as jasmine, rose, lily-of-the-valley and iris. Finally, one smells the
Base note.
2.6.3. Base Note: Lingers the longest after the Top and Middle Notes have dissipated. Base Note

consists of heavy weight oils such as sandalwood, cider wood, vanilla, cinnamon, vetiver, musk,
civet, benzoin and oak moss.
2.7. When you prepare your Notes. You will be using a blend of Essential Oils and or Aroma
chemicals to prepare each Note. The type of oils commonly recommended to prepare the Top, Middle
and Base Notes are listed in 2.8A, 2.8B and 2.8C.
2.8. Note: When selecting your essential oils or aroma chemicals to blend for each Note, you can
choose as few oils or as many as you like from each list, it is entirely up to your discretion.

Partial list of Essential oils or Aroma chemicals recommended for blending Top, Middle and
Base notes

2.8A. Top Note


Ylang-ylang, neroli, Lemon, Orange, Grapefruit, Lime, aldehydes,coriander, peach, pink pepper,
pineapple, white pepper, yellow freesia;

2.8B. Middle Note


Jasmine, rose, lily of the valley, iris, Coriander, Palmarosa, Marjoram, Clove, clove, geranium,
lemongrass, carnation, orris, ylang-ylang, mandarin orange, peach, peony, magnolia, orange

2.8C. Base Note


Musk, vanilla, civet, oak moss, Patchouli, Vetiver, Vetiver, Frankincense, Cedar wood, Sandalwood,
Cider, cinnamon. tonka bean, amber, benzoin, white musk, musk.

Note: Some essential oils/aroma chemicals may be used in either Note type.

2.9. There is also an important group of oils called Binders, when included in a blend, they act as a
bond they keep the notes together. Litsea, cubeba, lemongrass, lavender, ylang ylang and vanilla
are such oils. Make sure to include one of these oils if not selected.
2.10. Note: Before you add Aroma chemicals, essential oils and or Aldehydes to your blend, it is
always a good idea to ask the seller to tell you the recommended use rate. Some perfume
chemicals are used in trace (drops) amounts because in high concentration these chemicals can
be hazardous, they can cause allergic reactions in some people. A vast majority of perfume
chemicals sellers have healthy information on their products.
2.11. fyi: Big name perfume makers also use pure, unadulterated, top quality essential oils and
absolutes in their perfumes. The top quality essential oils and absolutes are costly. If you are new at

making perfume and have limited resources, I recommend you start with buying small samples of high
quality essential oils or absolutes. The small samples come in small volumes, 1 dram = 3.75 ml. The
volume of these samples is more than enough to produce a small batch of perfume, cologne or eau de
toilette. Cut down on the volume of perfumers alcohol and measure the essential oils or absolutes in
drops instead of ml. Use essential oils and Aroma chemicals sparingly

2.12. Warning: Do not inhale Aroma chemicals, Essential oils or fragrant oils directly from the
original bottle. These oils are potent, volatile and extremely concentrated. Rather than inhaling
directly from the original bottle, uncap the bottle, take a piece of paper and wave over the top
of the bottle to create a breeze. Smell the breeze instead.

2.13. Warning: There is a safer way to smell your essential oils or aroma chemicals before you add
them to your blend. Dilute your oils or aroma chemicals or fragrant oils by mixing a couple of drops
of essential oil, aroma chemicals or fragrant oils with 10 ml perfumers alcohol. Now you can safely
smell the dilutions right out of the bottle. See samples of my oils/alcohol mixtures below. I will
repeat, please do not inhale Aroma Chemicals, Essential oils or Fragrant oils directly from the
original bottles. These oils are potent, volatile and extremely concentrated. Rather than inhaling
directly from the original bottle, uncap the bottle, take a piece of paper and wave over the top of the
bottle to create a breeze. Smell the breeze instead. See samples of my oils/alcohol mixtures below in
1.16.

2.14.

Store the mixtures in a safe place to for later use.

2.15. Be cautious about using fragrant oils to make perfume, cologne or Eau de toilette. If you must
use fragrant oils, make sure to use ones approved for skin contact or approved for perfume making.
(Ask the seller).
2.16. Shipping regulations Perfumes/fragrances are considered flammable liquids since they are
volatile and contain alcohol. Shipping of these items is regulated by the usps. When you go to the post
office to mail your perfumes or fragrances, inform the post office that you are mailing or shipping
perfumes/fragrances. Or you can contact usps for additional information.

Chapter 3
List of Materials
(Perfumers Alcohol).
12 oz Perfumers alcohol
Do not use drinking alcohol!
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(Amber glass)
1oz, 12 oz amber glass bottles
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Fancy perfume bottle
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(Face mask)
Face mask for fumes/odor
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(Pipettes)
Disposable plastic Pipette
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(Eye goggles)
Safety eye goggles
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(Gloves)
Disposable gloves
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(Labels)
Labels
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(Measuring Cups)
Disposable measuring cups (Polypropylene beakers preferred)
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(Spoon)
Min spoon
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(Fixative)
1. Oz Glucam TM P-20 humectant
2.
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(aroma chemicals / essential oils / aroma accord)
1.0 oz aa True Rose
1.0 oz aa Hawthorn Rose

1.0 oz ac Bright Floral


1.0 oz aa Fruit
1.0 oz aa Jasmine
1.0 oz ac fruity Violate
1.0 oz aa Sandalwood
1.0 oz aa Warm amber
1.0 ac oz Alpha ionone
1.0 oz ac Peonile
1.0 oz eo Rose Geranium
1.0 oz eo Rose
1.0 oz eo Ylang-Ylang
1.0 oz eo Labdanum
1.0 oz aa Floral
1.0 oz ac Violate

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Note: AA = Aroma Accord, AC = Aroma Chemical, EO = Essential Oil
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You can find the above ingredients at creating perfume

Note: If you are intending to sell your home made Perfume, do not use drinking alcohol such as
vodka, it is illegal to do so. Do not use ordinary plastic drinking cups to measure or handle your
perfume alcohol. Plastic drinking cups depending on the material they are made of are not compatible
with perfumers alcohol. (They can break up or dissolve). Use disposable gloves, disposable
measuring cups and disposable pipettes. Then, you can throw these items out when you are done with
them. Cleaning used items is tedious and time consuming.

Chapter 4
Quick Overview

Here's a quick overview of how to make Perfume, Cologne and Eau de Toilette.

4.1. First, we prepare the Top, Middle and Base notes.

4.2. We let the Notes age for a week.

4.3. Last, we prepare the Perfume, Cologne and Eau De Toilette from the matured Notes.

Chapter 5
How to prepare Top, Middle and Base Notes
Procedure
5.1. First, figure out the type of scent you want your perfume to smell like. Do you want a floral scent,
spicy scent, fruity scent or a combination something abstract and unique?

5.2. Select the essential oil or aroma chemicals for your Top, Middle and Base Notes.
Note: if you want your perfume to smell floral, do not add too much spicy, herb or citrus oils. If you
do they will foul your blend. Too much Patchouli for example can cause your blend to smell like
medicine especially if you are making a small batch. Add these oils by the drop. You will also need
to include an oil to act as a binder for your blend.
5.3-Write down the list of oils or aroma chemicals you selected. See 5.5.1, 5.5.2, 5.5.3 for lists of
Aroma Chemicals and their amounts I selected for my Top, Middle and Base Notes (Signature -1
formula). This formula will give an abstract and unique scent.

5.4. Very important!


A fixative is what most perfumers use to help the perfume scent last longer. And, some fixatives work
better than others. You will need to include a fixative or your scent will dissipate within minutes. For
this perfume I used (Glucam Tm P-20 hemuctant) perfume fixative. Im currently searching for other
brands of fixatives.

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5.5-My Sinature-1 formula for Top, Middle and Base Notes.

5.5.1-Top Note

10.0 ml AA True Rose


6.0 ml AA Hawthorn Rose

4.0 ml AC Bright Floral


Total = 20.0 ml

5.5.2-Middle Note
10.0 ml AA Fruit
2.0 ml AA Jasmine
2.0 ml ac Fruity violate
Total = 14.0 ml

5.5.3-Base Note
8.0 ml AA Sandalwood
3.0 ml AA Warm amber
2.0 ml AC Alpha Ionone
Total = 13.0 ml

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5.5.4. Perfumers Alcohol = 350.0 ml
Fixative (Glucam P-20 humectants) = 4.5 ml

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Note: AA = Aroma Accord, AC = Aroma Chemical, EO = Essential Oil
You can find these ingredients at creating perfume.

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Procedure
5.6. Lay out three 1oz amber glass bottles.
(Note: Amber glass keeps sunlight from degrading your notes).
5.7. Attach (Top, Middle and Base) Labels on the amber glass bottles. See images below in 5.8.

5.8.
5.9. Warning: Wear a face mask, gloves and be in a well ventilated area which is free of children
before you work with the essential oils, fragrant oils and Aroma Chemical. Face mask prevents you
from inhaling concentrated oils/chemicals.

5.10. Warning: The gray face masks intended for paint fumes work better than ordinary dust mask. If
you use a face mask intended for dust youll still smell the concentrated oils/chemicals.

5.11. Measure the ingredients listed in 5.5.1, 5.5.2, 5.5.3 (My Signature-1 formula) and add them to
the labeled amber glass bottles in step 5.8.
5.12. For example, you will measure 10.0 ml AA True Rose add it to the Top Note bottle. Then,
you will measure 6.0 ml AA Hawthorn Rose add it to the Top Note bottle. Last, you will measure
4.0 ml AC Bright Floral and add it to the Top Note bottle and so on.
5.13. When you are finished with the additions, cap the bottles tightly and shake the blends about 50
times to mix them thoroughly.
5.14. Store your blends in a safe place out of reach of children. Go back to your blends at least twice
daily to shake them.
Note: Generally it should take about a week
for the Notes to age and ready for the final blending.
5.15. After one week, the Notes are matured and ready to be used for making Perfume, Cologne or
Eau de toilette.

Chapter 6
Percentage use rates
6.1. Percentages of Essential oils and or Aroma chemicals and Perfumers alcohol recommended
for making Perfume, Cologne or Eau de toilette.

6.1.1. Formulation Type. Perfume, Essential oil or Aroma chemicals 25% to 35%, Perfumers
Alcohol 75% to 65%

6.1.2. Formulation Type. Cologne, Essential oil or Aroma chemicals, 15% to 20%, Perfumers
Alcohol 85% to 80%

6.1.3. Formulation Type. Eau de Toilette, Essential oil or Aroma chemicals, 5% to 10%, Perfumers
Alcohol 95% to 90%

Note: I intentionally left water out of the formulation. Adding water or too much water can make your
perfume cloudy and unusable depending on the type of perfumers alcohol you use. When buying
perfumers alcohol, ask the seller if their alcohol can mix with water? If yes, ask the seller how much
water to add

From here on, making, Perfume, Cologne and Eau de Toilette is a breeze.

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Very Important!
Some people may find the Perfume scent to be very strong. This is why Im starting you off with
Eau de Toilette the weakest of the three. If you need your product to smell stronger, then by all
means make Cologne or Perfume.

Chapter 7
How to make Eau de Toilette
First, youll make Eau De Toilette using the matured Top, Middle and Base Notes you prepared
in 5.15.

Procedure
7.1. Get a clean 12 oz amber glass bottle.
7.2. Add 150 ml Perfumers alcohol and 1.5 ml Fixative to the glass bottle in Step 7.1.
7.3. Cap the bottle, shake fifty times to mix.
7.4. Then add 2.1 ml Middle Notes to the bottle in step 7.3
7.5. Cap the bottle and shake to mix.
7.6. Wait 48hrs.
7.7-Then add 1.6 ml Base Notes to the bottle in step 7.5.
7.8. Cap the bottle and shake to mix.
7.9. Wait 48 hrs.
7.10. Then add 3.0 ml Top Note to the bottle in step 7.8. Cap the bottle and shake to mix.
7.11. Wait two weeks.
7.12. Pour your Eau de toilette in a fancy bottle.

Calculations
(2.1 ml Middle Note + 1.6 ml Base Note + 4.0 ml Top Note = 7.7 ml Aroma Chemical

(7.7 ml (Aroma Chemicals)/150 alcohol) x 100 = 5% Aroma Chemicals

Based on 6.1.3, this formulation type is Eau de Toilette = 5.0% Aroma chemicals

Chapter 8
How to make Cologne
Next, youll make Cologne using the matured Top, Middle and Base Notes you prepared in 5.15

Procedure

8.1. Get a clean 12 oz amber glass bottle.


8.2. Add 60 ml perfumers alcohol + 1.5 ml fixative to the glass bottle in Step 8.1.
8.3. Cap the bottle, shake fifty times to mix.
8.4. Then add 3.0 ml Middle Note to the bottle in step 8.3
8.5. Cap the bottle and shake to mix.
8.6. Wait 48hrs.
8.7. Then add 2.0 ml Base Note to the bottle in step 8.5.
8.8. Cap the bottle and shake to mix.
8.9. Wait 48 hrs.
8.10. Then add 5.0 ml Top Note to the bottle in step 8.8.
8.11. Cap the bottle and shake to mix.
8.12. Wait two weeks.
8.13. Pour your Cologne in a fancy bottle.

Calculations

(3.0 ml Middle Note + 2.0 ml Base Note + 4.0 ml Top Note = 9.0ml Aroma Chemical

(9.0 ml (Aroma Chemicals)/60.0 alcohol) x 100 = 15% aroma chemicals

Based on 6.1.2, this formulation type is Cologne = 15.0% Aroma chemicals

Chapter 9
How to make Perfume
Last, youll make Perfume using the matured Top, Middle and Base Notes you prepared in 5.1.5.

Procedure
9.1. Get a clean 12 oz amber bottle.
9.2. Add 100 ml perfumers alcohol + 1.5 ml Fixative to the glass bottle in step 9.1.
9.3. Cap the bottle, shake fifty times to mix.
9.4. Then add 6.0 ml Middle Note to the bottle in step 9.3
9.5. Cap the bottle and shake to mix.
9.6. Wait 48hrs.
9.7. Then add 5.0 ml Base Note to the bottle in step 9.5.
9.8. Cap the bottle and shake to mix.
9.9. Wait 48 hrs.
9.10. Then add 9.0 ml Top Note to the bottle in step 9.8.
9.11. Cap the bottle and shake to mix.
9.12. Wait two weeks.
9.13. Pour your Perfume in a fancy bottle.

Calculations
(6.0 ml Middle Note + 5.0 ml Base Note + 9.0 ml Top Note = 20.0 ml Aroma Chemical

(20.0 ml (Aroma Chemicals)/100.0 alcohol) x 100 = 20% aroma chemicals

Based on 6.1.1, this formulation type is Perfume = 20.0% Aroma chemicals

Chapter 10
My Signature-2 formula
For my Signature-2 - 7 Recipe. Repeat instructions 5.6 9.12 how to make Perfume, Cologne
and Eau de toilette.
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Top Note
4.0 ml AC Peonile
4.0 ml AC-Hawthorn Rose
2.0 ml EO-ylang ylang
2.0 ml EO-Rose Geranium
8.0 ml AA Tropical wood
Total = 20.5 ml

Middle Note
6.0 ml AC-Bright-Floral
4.0 ml AC-violate
2. ml EO-Jasmine
2.0 ml EO-Rose
Total = 14.0 ml

Base Note
5.0 ml AC-Alpha ionone
4.0 ml AC-violet
5.0 ml EO-Labdanum
Total 14.0 ml

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Perfumers Alcohol = 350.0ml

Fixative = 4.5 ml

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The amount (volume) of Aroma Chemicals you use is entirely up to you. Feel free to experiment
with the volumes until you come up with a perfume scent that you like. If you cant find some
Aroma Chemicals, you can substitute them with Essential Oils or Aroma accords. Do not forget
to smell you oils and aroma chemicals before you use them.

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Do not forget to add a fixative when making the final product.
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My Signature-3 formula
Top Note
Ylang Ylang EO 3.0 ml
Geranium Bourbon AC 2.0 ml
Lilly of the Valley AC 3.0 ml
Lotus Blossom AC 0.5 ml

Middle Note
Geranium Bourbon EO 2.0 ml
Lilly-of-the-valley AC 1.0 ml
Mango Mandarin AC 0.5 ml
Benzyl Isobutyrate AC 1.0 ml

Base Note

Sandalwood EO 3.0 ml
Vanilla AC 0.5 ml
Flankincense EO 1.0 ml
Beta ionone AC 1.0 ml

( Use perfume grade vanilla EO, lower grade will darken your perfume.)

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My Signature-4 formula
Top Note
Bergamot AC 0.5 ml
Wild Rose AC 5.0 ml
Kumquat EO 2.0 ml

Middle Note
Geranium Bourbon AC 2.0 ml
Benzyl Butyrate AC 2.0 ml
Jasmine AC 3.0 ml
Lilly of the Valley AC 2.0 ml
Aldehyde C-12 AC 1.0 ml

Base Note
Cinnamon AC 1.0 ml
Sandalwood EO 3.0 ml
Vanilla AC 0.5 ml
Black Agra wood AC 0.5 ml

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My Signature-5 formula
Top Note
Tuberose AC 4.0 ml
Bergamot AC 1.0 ml
Rose AC 2.0 ml

Middle Note
Benzoin EO 2.0 ml
Caraway AC 0.5 ml
Carnation AC 4.0 ml
Lily-of-the-valley AC 2.0 ml

Base Note
Sandalwood AC 2.0 ml
Vetiver AC 0.5 ml
Pineapple AC 1.0 ml
Allyl Cyclohexyl AC 1.0 ml

My Signature-6 formula
Top Note
Ylang-Ylang AC 5.0 ml
Bergmont AC 2.0 ml
Kamquat AC 1.0 ml

Middle Note
Patchouli AC 0.5 ml
Lilly-of-the-Valley AC 3.0 ml
Jasmine AC 2.0 ml
Lotus Blossom AC 1.0 ml
Amyl Cinnanic AC 1.0 ml

Base Note
Flankincense AC 1.0 ml
Vetiver AC 1.0 ml

Sandalwood AC 3.0 ml
Apricot AC 0.5 ml

My Signature-7 formula
Top Note
Patchouli AC 0.5 ml
kumquat AC 2.0 ml
Rose AC 3.0 ml
Apricot AC 1.0 ml

Middle Note
Ylang Ylang AC 3.0 ml
Jasmine AC 4.0 ml
Lilly-of-the-Valley 2.0 ml
Roses 1.0 ml
Cassis AC 1.0 ml

Base Note
Sandalwood 4.0 ml
Vetiver 0.5 ml
Patchouli 0.5 ml
Allyl Cyclohexyl 1.0 ml

Chapter 11
Suppliers
Note: The internet has thousands of suppliers for perfume/fragrance materials. Many suppliers
require you to purchase a minimum of 1000-5000 items. Im giving you a list of suppliers that I have
dealt with and found to have realistic purchase requirements and prices. None the less, feel free to
scour the internet for additional suppliers.

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Where to buy Aroma Chemicals, perfume supplements, Aldehydes, Aroma Accord, perfumers
alcohol, Fixative - creatingperfume(my favorite).
Where to buy fragrance oils or essential oils - Snowdriftfarm.

Where to buy fragrance oils or essential oils Newdirectionsaromatics, Naturesgardencandles,


Coastalscents, Soapgoods

Where to buy perfume containers (bottles) - bestbottles

Where to buy perfume containers (bottles) - perfumeatomizersking

Where to buy perfume containers (boxes) - bestbottles

Where to buy custom made perfume containers (boxes) - boxcoop

Where to buy perfume packaging (cellophane paper) - retailpackaging

Where to buy blank labels - onlinelabels

Where to buy blank labels - labelsbythesheet

Where to buy blank labels - data-labels.com/regosifola

Where to buy custom made labels - mavericklabel

Where to buy amber glass bottles - snowdriftfarm

Chapter 12
Selling, and Labeling Perfume
You have created your perfume line. If you decide to sell your home made perfume, there are few fda
guidelines and regulations you may need to consider.

The following is a list of articles concerning fda guidelines and regulations that I found on the
internet.

fda Guidelines and Regulations Regarding Selling Fragrances

The cosmetics marketed in the United States, whether they are manufactured here or are imported
from abroad, must comply with the labeling requirements of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic
(fd&c) Act, the Fair Packaging and Labeling (fp&l) Act, and the regulations published by the Food
and Drug Administration under the Authority of these two laws. The fd&c Act was enacted by
Congress to protect consumers from unsafe or deceptively labeled or packaged products by
prohibiting the movement in interstate commerce of adulterated or misbranded food, drug devices and
cosmetics----You can read this article from
fda.gov/Cosmetics/CosmeticLabelingLabelClaims/CosmeticLabelingManual/ucm126444.htm#clg

Perfume labeling guidelines

The fp & L Act states in section 5(c)(3)(B) [15 u.s.c. 1454(c)(3)(B)] that "nothing ... shall be
deemed to require that any trade secret be divulged." Accordingly, the cosmetic ingredient labeling
regulation does not require the declaration of the identity of an ingredient fda has accepted as exempt
from public disclosure. In lieu of the declaration of the name of a confidential ingredient, the phrase "
and other ingredients" may be used at the end of the ingredient declaration--- You can read this
article from
fda.gov/Cosmetics/CosmeticLabelingLabelClaims/CosmeticLabelingManual/ucm126444.htm#clg
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Chapter 13
Index
A
Absolutes, 2.11
Aldehydes, 2.4, 2.10
Amber glass bottles, 5.8
Aroma chemical list, 2.8A, 2.8B, 2.8C
B
Base note, 2.3, 2.6
Binders, 2.9
C
Cologne, 2.3
Couture,2.5
D
Dram,2.13
E
Essential oils list, 2.8A, 2.8B, 2.8C
Essential oils, 2.3
Essential oils/aroma chemicals use rates, chap 6
F
Fixative, 5.4
Fragrant, oils, 2.15
Free samples,2.13
M
Materials, Chap 3
Making Cologne, Chap. 8
Making Eau de toilette, Chap. 7
Making perfume, Chap. 9
L
Labeling perfume, Chap. 12
P
Perfume, 2.2,
Perfumers supplements, 2.1, 2.4, 2.5
Perfumers alcohol,2.11, 2.13, chap, 6
S
Selling your perfume, 12
Shipping regulations, 2.16
My Signature formulas, 5.5, chap. 10
Suppliers, Chap 11
T

Top Note, 5.5.1, 2.8A, 2.6.1


Top quality essential oils,2.13
W
Warnings/precaution, 2.12, 2.13, 5.9, 5.10
Water 5.2

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About the Author
My background as a chemist gives me a unique and pragmatic perspective on the art of perfume
creation. I fell in love with perfumery years ago as a hobby but was discouraged by the lack of clearcut practical instructions on how one should go about creating a scent. What this guide does is pull
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Looking forward to the 3rd edition, it will have new and improved formulas.

Thank you and good luck!

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