Creating a fragrance

    Creating a fragrance

    post #1 of 3
    Thread Starter 

    Hello Everyone,

    I'm new to the site and I am looking to get a little bit of direction on developing a fragrance to be used as an air freshener. Since I am also new to perfuming and mixing different aromas, simple is the goal. Does anyone have, or know where i can find a simple long lasting formula to be used as an air freshener? Also, who are some good companies to purchase these materials from? I guess when i said a little direction, i meant a lot.

    Thanks!

    Mike

    post #2 of 3

    Do you want to make your own fragrances? If so re-post on the DIY thread. If you want to buy fragrances for this product, there are any number of Perfume Houses that you could contact. As I don't know where you live it is difficult to give anymore information.

    You mention your interest is in Air Fresheners. What sort are you interested in; there are so many different types.

    post #3 of 3
    Thread Starter 

    Thanks for the response. I will re post this in the correct thread. I would like to mix my own fragrances to save on cost. The air freshener will be added to a product after it is mixed with a solubilizing agent. I am from Minneapolis MN.

    Mike

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    6/19/13 at 9:53am

    Mike Nomis said:



    Hello Everyone,

    I'm new to the site and I am looking to get a little bit of direction on developing a fragrance to be used as an air freshener. Since I am also new to perfuming and mixing different aromas, simple is the goal. Does anyone have, or know where i can find a simple long lasting formula to be used as an air freshener? Also, who are some good companies to purchase these materials from? I guess when i said a little direction, i meant a lot.

    Thanks!

    Mike

    6/19/13 at 10:09am

    David Ruskin said:



    Do you want to make your own fragrances? If so re-post on the DIY thread. If you want to buy fragrances for this product, there are any number of Perfume Houses that you could contact. As I don't know where you live it is difficult to give anymore information.

    You mention your interest is in Air Fresheners. What sort are you interested in; there are so many different types.

    6/19/13 at 10:52am

    Mike Nomis said:



    Thanks for the response. I will re post this in the correct thread. I would like to mix my own fragrances to save on cost. The air freshener will be added to a product after it is mixed with a solubilizing agent. I am from Minneapolis MN.

    Mike





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