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Sunday, January 28, 2007

Making Fragrances for Fun and Profit

I recently had the opportunity to review an eBook called Aroma Success. This is a book which you read on your own computer and there's also a printed version available.

The author has had her own successful business making and selling perfumes for over nine years. She gives you her wholesale sources where she can buy perfume oils for as little as 75 cents, which she resells for $8. She describes how she makes several thousand dollars each month

"You can do like I did and open your own shop, sell out of your home, build your own web store, sell at arts fairs and festivals, do home parties. All of these ways are featured in the manual. You can create your own line of perfume oils like the creators of "Child" and "Kai". You can even start a bath and body shop with the sources in this manual. "

Her customers love having their favorite scent in lotions, bath salts, shower gels and more. They love to know that a product has been custom made for them. And it becomes a show when you start to add the fragrance oil right before their eyes and do your mixing and shaking.

This is a remarkable ebook and certainly opened my eyes to the many opportunities available. There are hundreds of art and craft fairs around the country to sell your own products. You can even open your own website store. Sell from a mall kiosk. Hold parties at home.

She includes Top U.S. and Canadian sources of custom-scenting bases for creating your own products: Unscented lotions, bubble baths, bath gels, bath salts, foaming bath grains, massage oils, body butters, face creams and more. Where to buy the best quality oils at the best prices.

Even if you only download this book for the wholesale sources it's well worth the modest cost. If you start a modest home business you could recoup the cost many many times over.

Click here to download the ebook.

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12 comments:

PILAR said...

Hello, I'm writting you from Spain.
I've just discovered your blog and I think that it is very interesting and useful. I hope you'll update it soon!
Tanks and good luck!

♡~:nanners:~♡ said...

hello! your tips here are amazing...i see you have not written here in quite some time...have you started a new blog?

Synnat Aroma said...

its a great thing that I can find somebody that has the same common interest like me

Lilliana said...

Interesting... I shall try it...

Lilliana said...

Interesting I shall try it and post my rtesults.

Christina said...

Do you have any recommendations of proportion of base notes to top notes to middle notes?

Miyeke said...

I appreciate your effort, I like your content very much and it is very natural and very informative. Keeps it up good work.

Miyeke said...

I appreciate your effort, I like your content very much and it is very natural and very informative. Keep it up good work.

Miyeke said...

I appreciate your effort, I like your content very much and it is very natural and very informative. Keep it up good work.

markus said...

Cant wait to check out the ebook.

Michelle van Rensburg said...

Hi there. Thank you for the wonderful tips and advice. I really enjoy your blog.

Michelle van Rensburg said...

Hello. Thanks for the wonderful tips and advice. I was just wondering: Some suppliers specify fragrance oils as body oils, then you also get "incense" oils. Do you know what the difference is?