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    Default Making fragrance to add to beard oil....Need Help with fragrance diluents!!

    I am new to the fragrance game and have done quite a bit of research but I have found nothing of making a fragrance for beard oil.

    When making a fragrance some material requires you to dilute to, say 10% or 1%. When mixing a fragrance that will be mixed in oil like jojoba and others what should be used to dilute the fragrance materials? DPG, Perfumers alochol, etc..? Should jojoba oil be used as the diluent as not to add additonal materials to the beard oil?

    What would be the best diluent for cutting fragrance materials for a beard oil?

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    Default Re: Making fragrance to add to beard oil....Need Help with fragrance diluents!!

    You may want to post your question in the DIY section. Those guys are pretty good with those types of questions.
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    Default Re: Making fragrance to add to beard oil....Need Help with fragrance diluents!!

    ok thank you sorry about that

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    Default Re: Making fragrance to add to beard oil....Need Help with fragrance diluents!!

    I actually shaved off a 10 month beard recently. I kept a goatee though. IMO, you don't really have to go to all that work. Just use a beard oil with a very light scent, and spritz your beard with a single shot after applying the oil.

    If you want amazing smelling beard oil, I highly recommend Artieus Man Tinderbox. DayUm! This stuff smells great! Smokey bonfire scent to my nose, in the vein of MM Replica By the Fireplace. They have the same "feel" but smell different, if that makes sense. Like, if I were describing them with words, I would use the exact same verbiage to describe both, however, they do smell different.




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