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We all have those perfumes that we haven't used in so long, that they seem to have lost their fresh scent. But don’t turn up your nose just yet! Revive that fragrance by layering it! Here's how to properly layer your fragrances.
Materials (will make 5-7 lockets, depending on size): 2 tbsp Beeswax 2 tbsp Olive Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, or Jojoba OilEssential oils (Some great scents are Jasmine, Lavender, Vanilla, Ylang ylang, Citrus, etc. You can find these at natural food stores, craft stores or online) Clean, empty jar Wooden skewer or clean straw Empty locket
The fragrance industry is self regulated and due to trade-secret laws companies do not have to list ingredients on their labels. Any substance labeled "fragrance" in the US can be comprised of many substances that are toxic. Learning how to make your own DIY fragrance is a great way to cut down your exposure to those toxins that you put on Your Body!