An aquatic perennial native to the tropics of Asia, the lotus flower is truly a divine plant with far-reaching significance throughout ancient Asian cultures. This eye-catching plant can be found in rivers, ponds and other bodies of water, with roots buried in the soft mud below and bright green leaves and stunning pink flowers reaching above the surface. An astonishing feat of nature, lotus’ have the incredible ability to live for over 1,000 years and can even revive themselves after falling into stasis!
Floral and aqueous, with light, sweet notes
History of Lotus Flower
The national flower of India, the lotus boasts generations of cultural significance throughout Asia. In Buddhism, lotuses are a symbol of purity for the body, speech and mind. This reflects the way the plant grows, wherein you are floating above the muddy waters of attachment and desire. The otherworldly aroma of lotus flowers is to thank for its expanding popularity in perfumery, making it a simply divine choice in any floral-inspired blend!
How to Use Lotus Flower Fragrance Oil
Enjoy the ethereal aroma of lotus flower fragrance oil in 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!