Jasmine (Absolute) Essential Oil (Jasminum grandiflorum)

Jasmine (Absolute) Essential Oil (Jasminum grandiflorum)

Jasmine essential oil is frequently used in perfumery for its sweet floral aroma, known for its uplifting and revitalizing properties and for helping bring a sensual energy to the room.
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    Product Characteristics

    Jasmine essential oil is great for using in beauty formulation, not just for its amazing scent but also its awesome skincare benefits too. It is used in many blends to make stupendous and stunning perfumes, while also very useful in the treatment of dry and irritated skin. Its fragrance calms tension and fights both depression and anxiety. Jasmine is considered as having aphrodisiac properties due to its sensual and enchanting scent.


    Physical Benefits

    Possible physical benefits of this essential oil are the support of the circulatory and respiratory system, the stimulation of senses and promotion of feelings such as happiness and vitality, and the alleviation of muscles and joints when massaging.

    Popular Uses of Jasmine Essential Oil:

    -Apply to the abdomen to manage the symptoms of PMS.
    -Combine one drop with conditioner in the palm of hand, then apply to hair and scalp for added nourishing and moisturizing benefits.
    -Dab one to two drops on fine lines and wrinkles and décolletage before applying facial moisturizer.
    -Apply to pulse points to soothe nervous tension and uplift mood.
    -Place a dab of jasmine absolute in the hands, rub together, rub over the nose and mouth and inhale deeply. Massage over the heart center for hope.
    -Massage 1 drop of jasmine absolute over the heart center as desired for love.

    Emotional Benefits

    In addition to the physical support Jasmine essential oil can help one to open up emotionally, since, as we said before, it calms and fights depression and, thus, it will help one to develop their sensitive side in a positive way. Jasmine is known as the oil of support, helping you find your own inner strength, roots and center. It can also help you bring healing and eroticism to your relationships.

    Jasmine essential oil blends well with Frankincense, Sandalwood, Lemongrass, Geranium, Melissa, Sweet Orange, Rose-hip and Spearmint essential oil.

    Always be sure to use essential oils safely.
    Remember that if you have health-related questions or concerns, the use of any type of essential oil should be discussed with your doctor. Let your doctor know of any other medications or herbal treatments you’re using.


    Disclaimer: The information on this website has been compiled from published sources in the web and is provided solely for informational purposes and as an educational guide, and is in no way intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition. Although every effort has been taken to ensure that information published on this site is correct and up to date, Made With Nature cannot guarantee the accuracy of all information presented, and accepts no liability in respect of any omission or error. Always consult a qualified, licensed health professional if you have any doubt or medical concern.

    Main Ingredients

    Jasmine Essential Oil (Absolute)


    How to:

    Essential oils are very potent, so you have to be cautious when you use them.
    Remember, a little goes a long way and less is more! You can always add another drop, so start slow, whether you’re using your oils topically or aromatically. Due to potency, some oils may be irritating to the skin. If irritation occurs, immediately apply pure vegetable oil to the affected area to dilute.
    Always read label directions for each individual oil before use.
    Do not put essential oils in eyes, ears, nose, or other areas with sensitive skin.

    Inhaled: just add some drops as needed to a tissue or handkerchief and inhale. Or simply open the bottle of essential oils, hold it up against your nose and take a deep breath to inhale and enjoy.
    In massage: Essential oils are too concentrated and strong to use for massage by themselves, so you need to mix them in with neutral-smelling carrier oils such as sweet almond oil or grape seed oil. Add up to 20 drops of essential oil to 1 ounce of carrier oil and massage your temples, wrists, behind the ears, your neck or the muscles of your arms, back or legs.
    Added to your bath or shower: Add a few drops of essential oils to your shampoo, conditioner, or body wash. To inhale essential oils while you shower, add a few drops to the walls and inhale deeply as you shower. Or add few drops of essential oils directly to your bathwater, or even better, first mix a few drops into bath salts (Epson salts) and then add them to the water.
    In a diffuser: A diffuser is a device that disperses essential oils into the air. There are several types of essential oil diffusers that you can use for this and If you don’t know how to use an essential oil diffuser, check the instructions specific to your product for water and oil ratios. Then, just put the essential oils in your diffuser, turn it on, and circulate the oil into your room.
    As a room spray: Fill with water a spray bottle, add up to 20 drops of the essential oil and simply spray into the air!

    • No Parabens
    • No Sulfates
    • No Artificial Colors
    • No Synthetic Fragrances
    • No Phthalates
    • No Silicones

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    FAQs

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    Saponification is a process that involves conversion of fat or oil into soap and alcohol by the action of heat in the presence of aqueous alkali (e.g. NaOH or lye).

    In all ready soaps, as in Made With Nature soaps, the chemical reaction of making soap, called saponification, is complete and finished. When the soap departs our premises, the lye and oil molecules have completely combined and chemically changed into soap and glycerine. This means that the lye is used up in the saponification process to turn oil into soap.

    There is no lye present in the finished bars of soap or shampoo. While all real soap must be made with lye, no lye remains in the finished product after the saponification process has ended.

    Some of our products are vegan and some are not. The animal-derived products we may use are goat milk, yogurt, honey, eggs and beeswax. Our soaps contain no animal fats. Always look for the symbol on our packaging and on the product pages of our website to find vegan products.

    Disclaimer: The information on this website has been compiled from published sources in the web and is provided solely for informational purposes and as an educational guide, and is in no way intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition. Although every effort has been taken to ensure that information published on this site is correct and up to date, Made With Nature cannot guarantee the accuracy of all information presented, and accepts no liability in respect of any omission or error. Always consult a qualified, licensed health professional if you have any doubt or medical concern.