In the manufacture of soaps or cosmetics, many natural oils are blended to give women the natural beauty they crave. This process itself requires a lot of skill and talent, as different flavors and products with healing properties only need to be mixed in a certain, prescribed amount.
Natural oils are characterized by their aromatic effects – top notes, heart notes, and bottom/base notes.
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The natural oils that make up the mixture are floral, resinous, earthy, citrus, medicinal, or herbal oils. But here are a few things you need to know before starting the mixing process. First of all, it is very important to make sure that your oil is clean and fresh.
Oils must be pure and of good quality, not aromatic oils (aromatic oils are very different from natural oils). A small glass bottle, tight lid, diffuser, and carrier oil are also required.
It is also important to note that the oil should be added dropwise during mixing to ensure that nothing is mixed more than necessary. The mixing ratio is 30-35% for top notes, between 40-50% for heart notes, and bottom/basic notes in the amount of 20-25%.
To dilute the mixture, your desired total ratio of 1 tablespoon of base oil is 2 to 5 drops of essential oil. When finished, you should store it in a tightly closed bottle to avoid any kind of contamination, improper handling, and leakage.