JASMINE FRAGRANCE OIL
The mythical perception of jasmine itself perhaps comes from the universally-acclaimed scent of its flowers which open at night or early morning. The aroma has been sought-after for centuries. The essence is widely used in the perfume industry. Some perfumers use at least a touch of jasmine in many of their scents to add a fullness and a more universal appeal.1 Floral scents, especially rose, are light and very feminine, whereas jasmine is floral but with a richness and a touch of the wild.
The scent itself has been described as exotic, sensuous, intense, warm, sweet, and the list goes on In aromatherapy, the oil is powerful, expensive, and sought-after for many reasons.
Note this is a FRAGRANCE oil, not a pure essential oil, perfect to diffuse, or use in soaps, bath salts and lotions.