The lovely white flowers of jasmine remain closed during the day, only opening—as if by magic—in early evening. During the night, the eye-catching star-shaped ivory blooms are harvested while their potent scent is at its peak. An unforgettable fragrance that has been used since ancient times, jasmine is heralded as the “king of oils.” The blooms emit an intense floral bouquet in its aroma, and we’ve captured this intoxicating fragrance with our Jasmine Fragrance Oil!
Floral, seductive aroma, great for romantic scents
History of Jasmine
Jasmine is a delicate climbing shrub with dark green foliage and white star-like flowers. Its name is derived from the Arabic word “yasmin,” meaning “fragrant flower.” It is native to Asia; the first jasmine plant known was called Arabian Jasmine, or Jasminum sambac. Considered fragrance royalty, jasmine is often described as clean, exotic, floral, and heady. Though jasmine has fruity and sweet notes, its slowly unfolding dryness gives it an aspect of fascination.
How to Use Jasmine Fragrance Oil
Allow your projects to bloom when you add our Jasmine Fragrance Oil to your candle making, incense, potpourri, soaps, deodorants and other bath and body products!
To learn how to make your own unique homemade candles, check out this simple step-by-step on The Pipe Line!