This season, we’re really into jasmine
Benefits of Jasmine Essential Oil
Research has shown that Jasmine Oil helps to boost mood and improve sleep. Actively fighting depression, the compounds in Jasmine Essential Oil uplift and re-energise the mind.
To give your mood a further boost, look at the well-renowned Lavender Oil.
- Improve immunity and fight infection
Jasmine Oil contains elements such as benzaldehyde and benzoic acid which are known for their antiviral and anti-biotic effects.
Along with other Essential Oils such as Lemon
Oil and Peppermint
Oil, Jasmine Essential Oil is the ideal remedy to internal and external infections as well boosting the immune system.
- Help insomnia
Jasmine Essential Oil has naturally calming properties to give you a better night’s sleep.
- Improve PMS symptoms
With its ability to balance and regulate hormone levels, Jasmine Essential Oil relieves PMS, menopause and other symptoms.
- Boost concentration
Known for its stimulating and arousing properties, Jasmine Essential Oil awakens your mind and boosts energy levels. Jasmine Oil’s active ingredients have been shown to increase heart rate, body temperature and brain activity elements required for active learning and problem-solving.
What is Jasmine Essential Oil used for ?
Rich in antioxidants and with active ingredients that stimulate cellular regeneration, Jasmine Oil helps to fight the signs of premature skin ageing.
Jasmine Oil boasts strong moisturizing properties. Replenishing your skin, Jasmine Essential Oil provides natural hydration that won’t clog pores.
For further nourishment, Sandalwood
Oil and Chamomile
Oil are also hydration powerhouses.
Jasmin oil boost healing effect. Jasmine oil is highly effective
in evening out skin tone, healing scars and reducing the appearance of blemishes such as age spots.
This season, we’re really into jasmine for fighting off that seasonal skin fatigue
. The flower’s extract has been around forever in everything from perfume to pain-killers, and ever since we started putting it on our skin, we’ve noticed a reduction in both blemishes and dryness. Calling it a cure-all might be a bit hyperbolic … but it’s not too far of a stretch.
It’s good for all skin types. Gently clarifying, soothing, hydrating
—jasmine does it all. “Jasmine essential oil and extracts can help balance moisture in the skin, as well as protect skin with antibacterial properties,” Above all, it’s gentle and balancing, which means it won’t irritate sensitive skin or cause breakouts for the acne-prone, despite its deeply moisturizing properties.
Jasmine is ideal for skin in need of hydration
, yes, but it won’t clog pores in the way so many “moisturizing” products will. In fact, the antibacterial properties help to clear up stubborn blemishes (and the equally impossible scars they leave behind) as well as to fend off zits in the first place. Acne-prone skin types tend to be dehydrated rather than dry, and jasmine helps to quench that dehydration without overloading the skin with moisture. Basically, it’s a one-size-fits-all type of deal.
It’s perfect for protecting the skin.
are major for defending the skin against environmental stressors
and free radicals, and jasmine is packed with the good stuff. Those antioxidants, combined with jasmine’s antiseptic, antibacterial, and antiviral components, mean jasmine helps boost the skin’s natural immunity too. This is key when cooler weather arrives, as your skin is at its most vulnerable when suddenly subjected to unexpected—and sometimes dramatic—temperature changes.
It has major aroma therapeutic properties.
When jasmine skin care is used topically, its aroma therapeutic properties are unparalleled for soothing the mind and body. And winter is definitely the season for needing a little bit of stress relief from time to time.
Jasmine is a flower, the fragrance of which is truly overwhelming. This is why people use several products made from jasmine-like scents, perfumes, body lotion, creams
and most commonly, jasmine essential oil
. The extraction of jasmine oil is done from common jasmine flowers through the method of enfleurage, a time-consuming process where the flowers are left on a bed so that it is infused with the resilient oils of jasmine. The oil
is widely used in aromatherapy and even for simple massages. This oil proves to be really effective for a number of health conditions like heart rate, stabilizing blood pressure
, temperature, stress response, enhanced alertness, and breathing. Chemical components like benzyl, benzoic acid, benzaldehyde, benzyl benzoate, benzyl alcohol, geraniol, linalool, methyl anthranilate, nerol, and methyl are present in jasmine oil. These work as germ repellants and disinfectants. Mostly, people use jasmine oil as a mood booster, an anxiety
reliever and a sedative for sexual arousal.
Jasmine oil is a favorite in aromatherapy for several reasons. You can use this oil to improve your mood and your skin
, or simply just enjoy the sweet floral fragrance it adds to your surroundings.