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Never a perfume without Jasmine
The Persian word yasmin means 'gift of Allah'. Also some cultures; Jasmine is rightly called "the flower of flowers."
Jasmine also symbolize deep affection, happiness and elegance. When used in religious ceremonies jasmine represents purity. Jasmine is a symbol of seduction, of femininity and is the flower of love.
Jasmine is a very important ingredient in the perfume industry.There are world 200 kinds of jasmine bushes. In the perfume industry there are five main types of jasmine which are used.
Jasmine oil, a type of essential oil derived from the jasmine flower, is a popular natural remedy for improving mood, overcoming stress and balancing hormones.
Jasmine oil is used in high-grade perfumes and cosmetics, such as creams, oils, soaps, and shampoos.
Jasmine usually; Tropical and warm temperate regions of Eurasia, Africa, and Oceania. Jasmines are widely cultivated for the characteristic fragrance perfume of their flowers.
Jasmine takes place in May and June while flowers later and is harvested from August until November.
The delicate petals have to be carefully picked by hand, before dawn to then be processed distillation immediately after. If one waits too long before processing the fragrance and oil to a large extent will have disappeared! so will directly process the negative effects on oil quality.
1000/1: In other words: For 1000 gram of oil 9 million petals are needed! 8000 carefully hand-picked, individual flowers provide only 1 gram of jasmine pure oil absolue!
Jasmine flowers; Pure oil can be obtained by all distillation methods available today.
259 very complex components have been identified in jasmine oil.
Definitely jasmine oil ıt can sometimes smell almost intoxicating and hypnotizing. Fruity, musky, powdery and rich.certainly charming or graceful, but rather animalic, wild and indolic.
Indole is an odor-ingredient which is present in jasmin oil naturally. Pure indole (if you isolate it from the rest of the jasmine oil) smells heavy sticky and strong, almost like petrochemistry and tar.
When jasmine was synthesized in the laboratory with coal tar, the most flamboyant or greener and fresher jasmine flower was closest to the real scent.
The genius of perfumers is knowing just what they have to do, to blend those into perfectly constructed scents for us to wear. A unique olfactive gold, jasmine offers a range of facets for the perfumer.
Jasmine is usually the heart note of a perfume. It gives curves, roundness, musky, dark, earthy, sensuality, animal accords, richness and intensity to fragrances to the perfume. This note allows floral notes to breath, to open up the heart notes, it is at the same time light, relatively tenacious,
The scent obtained from the jasmine flower is preferred in very formal, serious, luxurious, intense and oriental perfumes and is not used in fresh and sporty perfumes.
Jasmine blends well with almost all notes in the blend.
Jasminum officinale oil:
Jasmine produces masses of small white blossoms whose incredibly potent exotic scent intensifies as the sun goes down, warm summer nights
A litte spicy facets, cinnamic and subtly clove-like undertones. Its dry down reveals soft impressions of tropical fruits and dried black tea leaves.
Jasmine Sambac oil:
English common name of Arabian jasmine
India it is very popular is known as Mogra flower.
Philippines it is very popular is known as Sampaguita flower.
Indonesia it is very popular is known as melati putih flower.
Jasmine Sambac "Sampaguita is the Philippine national flower.
- Etymologically, it derives from the two Filipino words: sumpa and kita (I promise you).
- It is also one of the three national flowers of Indonesia."
The smell of sambac is greener, dark and more floral, oriental sweetness, playful musky and heady incense, definitely masculine,
Jasmin grandiforum oil:
Termed "Poets jasmine" this is the most elegant and traditional of all the Jasmines. The fragrance is refined opulence with fresh, floral notes.
Jasmine Grandiflorum Dark, strong, has a smooth, extremely intense floral smell that is both sweet and lingering, realistic.
Jasmin auriculatum oil: A heavy, Gardena-like scent with fruit and strong dark, animalic and indole notes. This essence is available as an absolute from India.
Jasmin flexile oil:
Very rare flower of jasmine
Jasminum flexile flower absolute oil from the south of India
Is a very clean and delicate, exotic floral similar to other flowers in India such as Night Queen, Champaka and Frangipani.
Also known as Taruni or River jasmine is an reddish yellow colored liquid with a warm, light musky, elegant, rich, sweet, spicy-fruity-floral bouquet with a soft balsamic undertone with spicy hues and excellent tenacity for best botanical perfumery.
Marvelous ingredient for natural perfumery used in garland perfumes adding a supreme and unique floral aroma. Highest ingredient in oriental perfumes, sanctified essences & amber, musk bases.
Some perfumes using jasmine:
Gucci Bloom Gucci
Beauty Calvin Klein
Jasmin Rouge Tom Ford
Portrayal Woman Amouage