How to Make Your Own Perfume At Home

Making perfume at home can be a fun and creative way to create your own unique scent. However, it’s important to note that making perfume at home can be a bit more complex than some other DIY projects and requires some specific equipment and ingredients. Here is a basic guide on how to make perfume at home:


  • Essential oils of your choice (such as lavender, rose, vanilla, etc.)
  • A carrier oil (such as jojoba oil, sweet almond oil, or fractionated coconut oil)
  • A dropper or pipettes
  • Small glass bottles with dropper tops or roll-on applicators
  • A small mixing bowl
  • A measuring cup or scale
  • A small funnel (optional)


  1. Decide on the scent you want to create. You can use a single essential oil or a combination of several oils. A good ratio to start with is 20-30 drops of essential oils per 1 ounce of carrier oil.
  2. Measure out the carrier oil and pour it into the mixing bowl.
  3. Add the essential oils to the carrier oil and use the dropper or pipettes to measure out the desired amount.
  4. Mix the oils together well.
  5. Funnel the mixture into the small glass bottles or use a dropper to transfer the mixture.
  6. Label the bottles with the name of the scent and the date it was made.
  7. Allow the perfume to sit for at least 24 hours before using. This allows the oils to blend together and the scent to develop.


  • Be mindful of the quality of the essential oils you use and buy them from reputable supplier.
  • You can also experiment with different combinations of essential oils to find your perfect scent.
  • You can also add a few drops of alcohol, such as vodka or witch hazel, to help the scent last longer.

Note: Making perfume at home can be a fun and creative experience, but it’s important to be aware of safety precautions when working with essential oils. Always do a patch test before using any new scent and avoid using essential oils that can be toxic or irritant. Also, be aware that perfumes made at home can have different longevity and strength than those purchased commercially.

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