A pleasant uplifting oil which restores the spirit.
Jasmine in Jojoba (2.5%) 9mL
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An exotic oil which helps with tension and strengthening the inner being.
Q. Where does Jasmine come from and what is the method of extraction?
Jasmine Absolute, Jasminum officinale is cultivated in Australia. The essential oil is steam distilled from the white star shaped flowers to produce a sensual, intoxicating aroma.
Q. Is Jasmine safe to use for infants?
It's not recommended to use Jasmine for infants, however there are many essential oils that are safe to use for infants, you can see the full list here.
Q. Is Jasmine safe to use during pregnancy?
It's not recommended to use Jasmine for duringpregnancy, however there are many essential oils that are safe to use during pregnancy, you can see the full list here.
Q. Is Jasmine safe to use on my skin?
Yes, Jasmine may be massaged onto the skin or added to the bath once diluted in carrier oil. To create a massage blend add 6 drops of Jasmine into 12ml of massage base oil.
Joyous jasmineAlthough I have been buying essential oils for many years, I had never bought jasmine in jojoba oil because I thought that its scent would be very weak. I only tried In Essence Jasmine in Jojoba recently. I was surprised that despite it having a subtle scent, it was still noticeable.
Sometimes I dabbed the jasmine-infused oil onto my wrists and inhaled the scent. At other times, I dabbed it onto my upper chest and neck where I could smell it more. On my skin, the scent didn't linger for long. The scent of jasmine is divine! It has a comforting, soothing and uplifting effect. It was especially useful when I was feeling emotional; even if its effect was only for a few minutes.
I never thought that essential oils blended with jojoba oil would be suitable for an electric vaporiser. When I read the review by Trish_D below, I decided to try jasmine in jojoba in my electric vaporiser. It took quite a long time for me to smell it, but once the scent became activated, it was noticeable in a subtle way.
In the vaporiser, jasmine lost some of its sweetness and its scent became warmer. When my vaporiser got towards the end of vaporising the jasmine-scented water, the oil and water started to splutter. For this reason, I wouldn't vaporise an essential oil mixed with jojoba oil again. It is possible that I added too many drops of the oil because I'm very heavy-handed (I prefer a strong scent throw).
Jasmine oil is wonderful to use when you're feeling emotional, or you just need to feel a bit calmer.
Jasmine has an exquisite scent. Anyone that loves floral scents should love it.|
ExquisiteThe fragrance of Jasmine oil is exquisite. Often oils from exotic flowers can be disappointing but I find this oil to actually be nicer than the live flower, which can sometimes be overpowering. I've used it in my electric burner and the fragrance wafts gently throughout the house and lingers. It really is lovely and uplifting.
It isn't an oil I'd use constantly but as an occasional oil it is perfect.|