Perfume is a widely used product nowadays used by humans, but many of its ingredients are contrary to a biological lifestyle. Alcohols and preservatives – not to mention animal products – aren't always the things they want to put into the human body. These elements can cause allergic or physiological reactions in some people. It's just not the right choice for you. Instead, try using this simple jasmine aroma. It smells good, and it's easy to get ready at home,
credit: kazmulka / iStock / GettyImages How to make jasmine aroma
Start making your fragrance by bringing a small mixing bowl. Pour almond oil (a quarter cup) into the bowl. Take four tablespoons of solid, organic cocoa butter. Rub with a regular cheese grater. Try to use the smallest possible grater to get the smallest possible flakes. Add the cocoa butter to the mixture and add to the oil. Stir well.
Open two vitamin E capsules to drain the inner fluid into the bowl. Mix the ingredients as best as possible. Take the jasmine essential oil and pour 14 drops into the bowl. Stir again and make sure the ingredients are distributed as best as possible.
Pour the contents of the mixer into a small saucepan. Put the container on the stove and put it on low temperature. Allow all ingredients, especially cocoa butter, to melt completely. While simmering, slowly stir the mixture. If it looks too thick, add more almond oil. If it's too thin, take a little more cocoa butter.
Wait for the mixture to cool to room temperature. Pour the contents of the pot into a glass bottle with a secure lid. Once in a bottle with a tightly closed lid, shake vigorously several times.
Use a teaspoon of jasmine aroma for each use. If you store the fragrance in a cool, dry place – like a refrigerator – you can keep it for a month. If it is in a warm, humid place, it will only be fresh for about two weeks. Try to use it only once or twice a day.