DIY Rose Scented Oil Perfume: Make a Stunning Fragrance with 3 Ingredients

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About the author: Jinane Doughan is a professional make-up artist with a degree from the French Fashion Institute ESMOD Dubai. She specialized in natural handmade skincare and haircare products.
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Disclaimer: This article is for educational purposes only and does not constitute professional medical advice. Use any natural skincare or haircare products at your own risk and perform a patch test before use.

Creating your own DIY Rose Scented Oil Perfume is simple and rewarding. With just three natural ingredients, you can craft a stunning fragrance that’s uniquely yours.

This easy-to-follow guide will show you how to blend dried rose petals, rosehip carrier oil, and rose carrier oil. In no time, you’ll have a luxurious perfume that stands out for its simplicity and elegance. A Tips section will also provide ideas for more personalized scents.

Ingredients Needed

Choose high-quality ingredients to boost the effectiveness and safety of your DIY beauty products.

  • Dried rosebuds.
  • Rosehip carrier oil. Sweet almond oil can also be used in place of rosehip carrier oil. Both of these oils are odorless and serve as excellent bases for our oil perfume.
  • Rose carrier oil
DIY Rose Scented Oil Perfume. Dried rosebuds
Dried rosebuds

Tools Needed

  • Small funnel
  • Small glass perfume bottle with a roll-on top, preferably 12 millimeters, to store your DIY Rose Scented Oil Perfume

Prior to use, ensure that both your utensils and containers are properly cleaned and disinfected. Wash them with warm soapy water, dry with a tissue, and then sanitize by spraying with 70% medical alcohol. Wipe them clean and let them air dry before use.

Steps: DIY Rose Scented Oil Perfume

Creating your own DIY Rose Scented Oil Perfume is so easy—it won’t take more than a few steps.

1- Begin by inserting several dried rosebuds into a small perfume bottle.

DIY Rose Scented Oil Perfume. Insert dried rosebuds in a small bottle
Insert dried rosebuds in a small bottle

2- Using a small funnel, pour rosehip carrier oil into the bottle, filling it three quarters full.

DIY Rose Scented Oil Perfume. Pour rosehip oil
Pour rosehip oil

3- Again using the funnel, add rose carrier oil to fill the remainder of the bottle.

DIY Rose Scented Oil Perfume. Add rose carrier oil
Add rose carrier oil

4- Shake the bottle vigorously for two minutes to ensure the oils are well blended and to saturate the dried rosebuds with the oils.

5- Allow the perfume to cure for one day before using. This resting period allows the rose fragrance to diffuse from the dried rosebuds into the oils. Over time, the fragrance intensifies, enriched by the presence of the rosebuds in the oils.

6- And there you have it! You’ve just crafted your own DIY Rose Scented Oil Perfume.

DIY Rose Scented Oil Perfume. Final product
DIY Rose Scented Oil Perfume. Final product

Notes

1- The dried flowers in the oil perfume won’t deteriorate, because they are immersed in oil, not water. Over time, their presence in the perfume bottle will actually enhance the fragrance, making it more appealing.

2- Your DIY Rose Scented Oil Perfume has a shelf life of 6-8 months. Be sure to store it in a cool, dark place to maintain its quality and fragrance.

3- Let your imagination guide you! Experiment with other dried flowers and oils to create different personalized perfumes. We will post more tutorials on easy-to-make perfumes in the future.

How to Use: DIY Rose Scented Oil Perfume

Here’s how you can use your DIY Rose Scented Oil Perfume. Apply it:

  1. Behind the ears. This area is a natural pulse point where the skin is warmer, helping to diffuse the fragrance throughout the day.
  2. On the neck. Applying perfume on the neck, particularly near the collarbone, allows the scent to rise and be easily noticed by others. It’s another pulse point, which helps to release the fragrance gradually.
  3. On the inside of the wrists. The wrists are close to the blood vessels, making them pulse points. The warmth here enhances the scent and allows it to disperse more effectively.
  4. Along the tips of your hair: Apply a small amount of perfume to the palms of your hands. Rub your palms together to distribute the perfume evenly. Gently run your fingers through the tips of your hair to transfer the fragrance. This method ensures a subtle and pleasant scent on your hair tips without overwhelming it.

These application points will allow you to enjoy the fragrance throughout the day, with the hair application ensuring a subtle and pleasant scent on your hair tips.

Benefits

Here are the benefits of using your DIY Rose Scented Oil Perfume:

  1. Natural Fragrance: Enjoy a natural, pleasant scent without synthetic additives.
  2. Customizable: Experiment with other dried flowers and oils to create personalized scents according to your preference.
  3. Moisturizing: The oils in the perfume can help nourish and moisturize your skin and hair.
  4. Long-lasting: The fragrance lasts longer due to the slow evaporation rate of oils compared to alcohol-based perfumes.
  5. Aromatherapy: Rose oil is known for its calming and mood-enhancing properties, offering a therapeutic effect.

Using this perfume not only enhances your scent but also provides skincare benefits and promotes relaxation.

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Video How-To on My Channel | Jinane World

The steps to make the DIY Rose Scented Oil Perfume are demonstrated between the timestamps 7m52s and 9m26s of this video.


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