Sponsored by Coeur d’Esprit Natural Perfumes in Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada
Beginning on June 1, 2013 with an end-date of July 31, 2013 ie: they have to be in my hot little hands by then.
Sometimes the aroma of the oil or wax interferes with what we want the end result to be. There are a variety of fixed oils and waxes one can use. I love to replace some of the beeswax with a little coco butter or shea butter. I'd always used Jojoba oil and then found Fractionated Coconut Oil, which is virtually odourless.
It's time to experiment again and see what you can come up with that satisfies your nasal palette. All of my challenges are meant to be a fun learning experience. The main focus of this Challenge is to use Floral Wax in your formula. If you don't have any on hand, just type 'floral wax' into a search engine and you'll quickly find a supplier. Get the smallest amount you can... even ask if they can send you a sample, as that will be enough for now.
Again, there are many ways for the Natural Perfumers to go with this theme. And, as always, there are some guidelines to follow:
Have fun with this.