Perfumery Alcohol, in Bulk by the gram

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Perfumery Alcohol, in Bulk by the gram
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INCI: SDA 40B 200 proof, isopropyl myristate, isopropyl alcohol

SOLD BY THE GRAM AT $.0235/G. BRING OR BUY YOUR OWN CONTAINER.

Sold by the 100mL in a 120mL blue glass bottle with a cap.
200mL is packed in a 250mL blue glass bottle with a cap.
10% off When you buy 500g Bring or buy a bottle.
20% off when you buy 1000g Bring or buy a bottle.

Perfumery Alcohol, or Specially Denatured Alcohol (SDA) 40B.
SD alcohol has additives, namely bitrex, which is odourless but renders the alcohol un-drinkable.

Most commercially-prepared quality perfumes utilize perfumer's alcohol in their formulations. Perfumery alcohol is a "fixative" for natural essential oils and man-made ingredients in the event that the perfumes must sit for months on a retail shelf.

Here's our recipe for 60% alcohol hand sanitizer, shared for the first time because people come in wanting guidance:
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SPRINKLE XANTHAN GUM ON WARMED ALOE VERA JUICE
BLEND
ADD:
Perfumery Alcohol 200 proof / 100% grams 600
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Using Perfumery Alcohol

Equipment you'll need:

Distilled water
Perfumery alcohol
Coffee filters
Strainer
Glass bottles with stoppers
Dropper
Funnel
Wooden spoon
Non-metal bowl
Essential Oils

1) Pour the perfumery alcohol into the bowl. Add the essential oils one drop at a time into the alcohol, stirring slowly after each addition. Make sure that you stir slowly, but long enough to completely disperse the oils.

2) Allow the blend of oils and alcohol to stand undisturbed for 48 hours.

3) Add the distilled water. Stir it slowly until it is completely dispersed.

4) Place the mixture in a cool, dark place where it won't be disturbed for at least three weeks. This will allow the perfume to mature. Let your blend age. The longer the better!

5) Filter the resulting pure perfume through a coffee filter to remove any sediment that may have formed. Bottle your perfume into glass bottles with a stopper.

6) Enjoy it as you would any commercial perfume.

Don't be afraid to experiment with a fragrance recipe. Learning how to make your own fragrances is as much about experimentation as about following recipes. Just keep a notebook of everything you do so that if you do discover how to make the perfect perfume, you can duplicate the results. Remember that one less or one more drop of essential oil can change the fragrance of a perfume entirely.