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alexis

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Solid Perfume

What you will need

2 tablespoons of sweet almond oil
2 teaspoons of rose fragrance oil (or other choice) (can use less)
2 tablespoons of beeswax
2 tablespoons of distilled water
small containers

How to make it

Melt the beeswax and the almond oil together.
Let cool slightly and then add the scent of your choice.
Pour into the container.
Let cool before using!
 

skinflint

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Hi alexis. You don't say when to add the water. How does it mix in without any emulsifier?
 

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I make mine different:
16oz sweet almond oil
8oz beeswax
8oz shea butter
8oz cocoa butter
1oz fo

Works very well not too hard not soft either
 

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1 part oil
1 part butter (soft to medium)
1 part wax

Is a good place to start. Increase the wax if you want it harder, increase the oil to make it softer.

I think skinflint brings up a good point. Oil & water do not mix. That must have been a typ-o in the original post.
 

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Thats what I thought but I've seen so many different recipes so who am I to say otherwise. :D
 

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Tabitha said:
1 part oil
1 part butter (soft to medium)
1 part wax

Is a good place to start. Increase the wax if you want it harder, increase the oil to make it softer.

I think skinflint brings up a good point. Oil & water do not mix. That must have been a typ-o in the original post.
Same as lotion bars and lip balms seems like
 

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