There is an easy process to use in the tincture or perfume-making process that isn’t in any of the books. Many of us have an extensive perfume and industry-related books in our library, which are especially valuable since many of us are self-taught. There is one secret process, a very easy one, that I have not found in any of my books, read about online, or even have heard hinted about. Next week, as an early Valentine’s Day present, the Natural Perfumery Institute and the Natural Perfumers Guild will publish a white paper defining this process. It will be available to anyone, for free.
Many of us relate to the alchemist in the process of creating a new synergy. Even the helper and the black cat under the chair seem to be involved! The process we’ll be detailing in the paper will actually be chemistry for the non-chemist. With just a few pieces of inexpensive equipment, you will be able, whether you use 100% natural aromatics, or include synths, step up to a new level of professionalism in your art.
Your studio or lab won’t need such an extensive array of supplies and equipment as our historic alchemists, in fact, just a few more than shown here:
The Natural Perfumery Institute and the Natural Perfumers Guild will release the paper the week of February 4, 2013. You’ll see announcements on the usual social media sites and here. I’m so excited by this information we’ll be sharing, and I encourage you to share it, too, when it is released. Don’t you love a little mystery? Well, a little mystery before an easy solution is revealed is even better.