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Jasmine Sambac essential oil

Overview and benefits 


Jasmine oil is an essential oil acquired from the white flowers of the common jasmine plant, also known as Jasminum officinale. Day blooming Royal Jasmine (Jasminum grandiflorum) and night-blooming Arabian Jasmine (Jasminum sambac) are the two main species used to make Jasmine Absolute; while both possess an intense floral character, the night blooming variety produces a muskier, more masculine scent. While embedded in traditional French production techniques, most Jasmine Absolute now comes from Egypt, India, and Morocco.

Jasmine Absolute is a middle note celebrated for its ability to enhance and round out other essences and it is used so broadly in perfumery that it is referred to as perfumery's King. In the beauty industry, Jasmine oil is widely used in skin rejuvenating formulations for a fresh, energized look. It uplifts the mood of the person using jasmine oil and helps to keep them curb stress and anxiety. When used for longer periods. It has properties that help to augment the immunity of the body. It is because of the various qualities found in it that it is used in Ayurveda and mixed with different medicines to cure symptoms of diseases.


Extract method or part of the plant used and origin 


Jasmine oil is not extracted through steam distillation like other plant oils. It has a special two-part process that is used to pull out the oil from the jasmine flower.


Fragrance and notes 


Jasmine essential oil has an exotic aroma that contains a floral base with other scents vegetal scents like rose, white plumeria, lily, and thyme. Its delightful and charming aroma brings vibrancy into the space. Jasmine fragrances can be pointed out by a sweet floral top note, often accompanied by a subtle but rich woody musk. 


  • Safety & Storage

    Jasmine essential oil must be stored in a cool dry place, away from light. Always do a patch test before applying directly to the skin.


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