Mercury Retrograde Solid Perfume DIY - Naturally Blended

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Mercury Retrograde Solid Perfume DIY

Mercury Retrograde Solid Perfume DIY

Mercury Retrograde can wreak havoc on our lives. Communication is tricky and travel can flat out be a mess. If you’re left a little worn down due to this tricky time, use our new Mercury Retrograde blend! This blend combines the Clary Sage, Mandarin, Texas Cedarwood, Roman Chamomile, Cypress, Lemon, and Neroli so that you can get the support you need. To keep this pleasant, soothing aroma with you wherever you go, whip up this easy Mercury Retrograde Solid Perfume! Not only will you smell fantastic, but you can stay calm, cool and collected when it counts.

Mercury Retrograde Solid Perfume DIY

Mercury Retrograde Solid Perfume

What you’ll need:

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What you’ll do:

Melt beeswax over a double boiler. Stir in a carrier oil. Remove from heat. Stir in 15-20 drops of Mercury Retrograde Blend. Pour into small tins or jars and cap tightly to cool.

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12 thoughts on “Mercury Retrograde Solid Perfume DIY”

  1. I can’t wait to try this one!! I don’t have that oil but am thinking I will try a substitution with Lavender and one one of the new oils I have on their way to me! 😀

  2. So excited to get mine! I’d never thought of a solid perfume before, but such a great idea! Would be fun to do for my daughter, that way she won’t “bathe in perfume”!

  3. Will this recipe work for any oils? Mercury Retrograde knocks me out cold and I love it so I don’t want to use it as a perfume but I think it would be great with Loving compassion. Please Plant Therapy don’t take away my Mercury retrograde. It’s the best.

    1. Ooooh! Just got my oil today! Can’t wait to try this recipe! Any general idea of how long the scent lasts? Thanks!

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