Introduction to Natural Perfumery

Saturday 26th November 2016


“Thank you for such a wonderful experience, it was so much fun playing around with the huge variety of different scents and creating my very own fragrance!"

Learn about the magic of working with natural aromatics and how to create your own signature fragrance using natural perfumery ingredients. You will experience plenty of hands-on blending and will take away your own personally crafted perfume at the end of the day.

Course covers:

  • The history of perfume
  • The sense of smell and what it means to us
  • The beginner's guide to training your nose
  • Practical blending techniques
  • Classifying natural aromatic ingredients into different fragrance families
  • Create a top, middle and base accord to blend into your final fragrance with the use of over 40 natural perfumery ingredients

This course is held at our wonderful eco-headquarters in Dorset, enabling you to enjoy your lunch in our beautiful herb garden (weather permitting!)

Length: 1 day
Date: Saturday 26th November 2016
Time: 10am - 5pm
Location: Neal's Yard Remedies School of Natural Health in Covent Garden
Tutors: TBC
Entry requirements: Open to all - no prior experience necessary
Benefits: Each student will receive a Neal's Yard Remedies Privilege Card entitling them to 20% discount in our Covent Garden shop for the duration of the course.
Discounts: Book 2 places for £250 (saving £50)

20% off in-store
Make more of your day in Dorset with a Neal's Yard Remedies Privilege Card, entitling you to 20% off online.

Further Information: Please call 020 3119 5904 or email

No tickets or other items will be sent in the post. You will receive a welcome email prior to the course. If you are purchasing the course as a gift please contact us should you wish to receive a printable gift certificate.
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Please note a transfer fee of £25 applies for rescheduling courses. Please see our Terms and Conditions.

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