Jasmine | Naturalpedia



Romantic and relaxing, jasmine has been used for years as a natural perfume.  What makes jasmine so magical and alluring is that the the flowers only bloom at night.  It is delicately picked just before sunrise when the scent is strongest.  A large amount of petals are required to produce a very small quantity of pure jasmine oil through steam distillation.  Jasmine is often used in aromatherapy as it has a very soothing scent, promoting a sense of wellbeing.  Your skin can also benefit from jasmine, as applied externally it can help to fade scars and soften skin.


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