Every one of us loves perfumes and applies them regularly, and some special perfumes are for special occasions. Today, we will teach you how to make perfume. You can prepare this perfume easily at your home. Let us begin.
Let us have a look at the supplies list that is essential to make a perfume.
- Tuberose Flowers
- Glass Container
- Small Plastic Bottle
Steps To Make Perfume
Step 1: First, collect the fresh tuberose flowers and then keep them in a bowl.
Collecting the Tuberose Flowers
Step 2: The second step is to pour the tuberose flowers into a thread with the help of a needle. It should be like a garland.
Arranging the Flowers in Thread
Step 3: Now, put the flowers inside the glass container, and the thread should be outside it.
Putting the Flowers in a Glass Jar
Step 4: The following step is to cover the glass bottle with its lid.
Covering the Glass Jar
Step 5: Now, keep the bottle in sunlight for two days.
Keeping the Glass Jar in Sunlight
Step 6: After 2 days, when the flowers are dried, take the bottle back.
Bottle After Two Days in Sunlight
Step 7: When the flowers are dried, you will notice some liquid at the bottom. Now, transfer that liquid to a small plastic box or container.
Transferring the Flowers Liquid in a Small Plastic Box or Container
Step 8: Now, your perfume is ready. Gently take it and apply it to the surface.
Applying the Perfume
- You can use any flower which smells good
- We recommend you transfer the flower juice or liquid to a spray bottle.
Things To Remember
- Make sure you leave some decent space at the bottom of the container.
- Ensure you use fresh tuberose flowers.
- Make sure you use a new clean glass jar and plastic box.
Saquib Siddiqui is a Mechanical Engineer with expertise in science projects and experiments. Saquib’s work focuses on integrating scientific concepts with practical applications, making complex ideas accessible and exciting for learners of all ages. In addition to his practical work, Saquib has authored several articles, research papers, and educational materials.