Jasmine and Complementary Essential Oils

Jasmine and Complementary Essential Oils
Jasmine and Complementary Essential Oils

When it comes to aromatherapy, jasmine is one of the most popular essential oils. It’s no wonder, this floral essential oil boasts a fragrance that has inspired perfumers from around the world. 

But beyond its delightful scent it has other practical value. Jasmine essential oil may increase productivity when used in the work area. It certainly wouldn’t hurt your mood to enjoy the scent of jasmine in your work environment. If you can’t burn a scented candle, consider wearing a jasmine oil perfume on your wrists and take discreet sniffs throughout your day.

Jasmine is also thought to be an aphrodisiac. Perhaps because it is calming to the senses and even the muscles. 

Aura Cacia Precious Essentials – Jasmine Absolute w/Jojoba, 0.5 oz

A common ingredient in perfumes, the exotic floral aroma of jasmine is potent and radiant. It’s a sensual oil making it an ideal addition to intimate massage. Apply to pulse points as a sensual attractant. After cleansing, dab onto dry skin as a fragrant, moisturizing toner.

Jasmine essential oil also blends well with a variety of other oils to create customized aromatherapy blends. You can experiment on your own with mixing jasmine and other essential oils, or try some of the fantastic products available on the market today. Aura Cacia is one of the top companies when it comes to essential oils and aromatherapy personal care products. They have oils, bath salts, lotions, sprays and more.

If you’re looking for straight jasmine, check out their  Aura Cacia Jojoba Oil Jasmine Absolute blend. It is pre-diluted so you can apply directly to skin. The only two ingredients in this product are jasmine oil and jojoba oil. A similar product that is made with coconut oil is Monoi Tiare Tahiti. It also contains only jasmine as its fragrance. Perfumer Jo Malone has more than one Jasmine scent that is a blend of fragrances – Jasmine Mint and Jasmine Honeysuckle. These fragrances contain other subtle notes to enhance their distinctive aroma. 

Other essential oils that work well with jasmine besides mint and honeysuckle include rose, bergamot, sandalwood and geranium. If you want to try your hand as an amateur perfumer, you could order an essential oils kit with a variety of oils including jasmine and make your own blends. 

All essential oils must be diluted before being applied to the skin, and jojoba oil is perfect for this purpose as it absorbs readily. Many people find that once they begin working with essential oils, they would rather wear natural fragrances rather than synthetic ones. On the subject of aromatherapy, jasmine can be diffused into the air or used on the body. Always dilute any essential oil in a carrier oil before applying it to skin. 

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