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Fragrance oil, also known as perfume oil, is an essential ingredient that forms the basis for the creation of fragrances. These oils are concentrated blends of aromatic compounds, often derived from natural sources such as flowers, fruits, herbs, woods and other plants. They play a crucial role in determining fragrance profiles and intensity of perfumes.

What types of perfumes are there?

Perfumes come in different types and categories, each with its own unique characteristics and composition. Here are some common perfume types:

  1. Eau de Cologne:
    • Light and refreshing.
    • Typically contains a lower percentage of fragrance ingredients (2-5%).
    • Ideal for daily use and in warmer climates.
  2. Eau de Toilette:
    • Fresh and light, but slightly stronger than Eau de Cologne.
    • Contains a higher percentage of fragrance ingredients (5-15%).
    • Popular for everyday use.
  3. Eau de Parfum:
    • Stronger and longer lasting than Eau de Toilette.
    • Contains a higher percentage of fragrance ingredients (15-20%).
    • Suitable for everyday use and special occasions.
  4. Perfume (or Extrait de Parfum):
    • The most concentrated form of fragrance.
    • Contains the highest percentage of fragrance ingredients (15-40% or more).
    • Often more expensive because of high quality ingredients and concentration.

What substances are in perfume fragrance oil

Natural perfume ingredients: Fragrance oils can be obtained from natural ingredients such as flowers (rose, jasmine, lavender), fruits (citrus), spices (vanilla, clove), woods (sandalwood, cedar) and resins (benzoin, labdanum).
Synthetic perfume ingredients: Some fragrance oils are produced synthetically to create unique and modern scents. This offers perfumers a wide range of possibilities.

Perfume fragrance profiles

Fragrance oils have different scent profiles, including floral, fruity, spicy, woody, oriental, and more. Perfumers blend different oils to create complex and balanced scents.

Perfume fragrance oil concentration

The concentration of fragrance oil in a perfume determines the strength and durability of the scent. Perfume oils with a higher concentration are often used in luxury perfumes.

Perfume fixation

Some fragrance oils have naturally stronger fixative properties, meaning they stay on the skin longer. This is important for the durability of the perfume.

Perfume composition

Perfumers combine different fragrance oils in carefully balanced compositions to create unique and appealing scents. This process requires creativity, experience and a deep knowledge of fragrance notes.

How do you make perfume?

  • The % of fragrance oil depends on which type you make. Also, always check the IFRA or the fragrance oil product page for the maximum amount allowed.
  • The perfume consists of a fragrance oil and the perfume base.
  • After measuring out the ingredients, mix them together in a pitcher or glass.
  • Pour the finished liquid into your perfume bottle.
  • Place the perfume spray cap on the neck of the bottle and screw on the cap.