For the aspiring natural perfumers out there…

Here is a great drawing for those of you who want to learn more about natural perfumery. Ayala of Ayala Moriel Parfums is holding a drawing for a copy of her Foundation In Natural Perfumery Handbook. I know some of you are playing around with blending, and this could be a big help to you. I’ve not seen it myself, but knowing Ayala I am sure it would be a valuable read.

I’m working on an all natural amber accord right now for one of my projects. It’s fun to challenge myself not to use any little bit of synthetic amber, woods, or musk in the base. I’m using two or three natural isolates, along with some of my favorite EOs, CO2s, and absolutes. I’m enjoying this.

About Laurie E

artisan perfumer and owner of Sonoma Scent Studio
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2 Responses to For the aspiring natural perfumers out there…

  1. brie says:

    Shucks I think I missed this draw! You already know that I am one of those experimental blenders 🙂 ! Actually, my friends have been happily accepting my “experiments” and a friend of a friend even wanted to purchase- go figure!

    More exciting to me is your all natural project…your work is pure magic so I can only assume that an all natural blend of yours would be extraordinary!
    Keep plugging away! You know, Laurie, I will be the first to purchase!

    • Laurie E says:

      Hi B! You were one of the people I had in mind when I posted this link! Glad to hear your blending is going well. I should have two natural testers soon. I have two under way.

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