What make my perfume cloudy and oil balls on the bottom. Can I fix it?
I have a problem. When I made a perfume using 25% essential oil, 1/4 c. of alcohol, 1TB glycerin and 2TB of water I also added some ambergris. The perfume came out cloudy. The oil collected in balls at the bottom, no matter how much I shook the mixture. What did I do wrong
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