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    Why not use food-grade carrier oils?

    Hello all,

    after some thinking (and after my bottle of almond oil went rancid after less than 6 months because of poor labeling) I came to this idea - why not buy food-grade oils as carriers?
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    Re: What does "fresh" smell like?

    Citrus smells fresh to me.

    Also, wooden scents. Cedar is somewhat fresh - I have 2 variants currently, one is really sweet smelling, almost a bit sticky if that makes sense and this one isn't...
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    Papaya - do they make essential oil from it?

    While shopping I noticed some kind of special offer - a 4-pack of "100% concentrate" essential oils for use in saunas. The pack contains oils of eucalyptus, tangerine, some sort of pine and papaya.
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    Sticky: Re: Primer on How to Make Perfume (Version 1.0)

    To answer both questions - the residue is definitely the less soluble components of your oils. They might be the carriers of absolutes if you're using them or simply less soluble components of...
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    Re: Aftershave Question

    One way to prevent separation is to really mix the miscible components well before adding the immiscible ones.

    That is, mix the alcohol and oils (and glycerin and aloe...) first and mix them well,...
  6. Re: Does anyone know where to get a good supply of fragrance blotters?

    It seems strange that you couldn't find blotter papers anywhere. Every place selling perfumes where I live also has loads of papers for the customers to sample from the tester bottles. Whenever I...
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