Scent Blending Tutorials
Create your own custom, unique scent with our Scent Blending ideas! The amount of each fragrance used is up to you. Add more of the notes you love and create something that is different from everyone else.
A note about scent blending..
We are often asked why we don't give amounts for each scent. We don’t give specific amounts because what one person may like another person may not. It is up to each person to determine what part of each scent to use. Let's use the Twilight blend as an example. One person might want it heavy on the lavender and someone else might want the smallest touch of lavender. We just give you the oils to work with to come up with your own blend. Hopefully this helps a bit!
You can easily find your own levels of each by using a pipette (one for each scent) and just doing 1 drop of each fragrance into a small cup or container. Then adjust from there. You might find that you need 2 parts of one, 3 parts of another, 1 part of the third. This comes from adding one little drop at a time, swirling to mix, and then sniffing to see how it smells. You don’t need to use a ton of FO to accomplish this. I generally use *at most* 1 full pipette of oils total to find what works for me.Make sure you note how many drops of each. Voila! You'll want to use your calculator and math to determine the quantities of each oil based on the number of drops used.
For example: in this fictitious blend we used 20 drops of A, 15 drops of B, and 10 drops of C. In ounces this would be 1 ounce of A, 3/4 ounce of B, and 1/2 ounce of C for a total weight of 2 1/4 ounces.