Jasmine

Jasmine is a genus of shrubs and vines in the olive family that are widely cultivated for the fragrance of Jasminetheir flowers.  The delicate, sweet odor is so peculiar that it is without comparison one of the most distinct of all natural scents, and for a long time, it was believed that it was the only scent that could not be made artificially.  Jasmine fragrance oil closely follows in composition the natural oil – but the true perfume of Jasmine is not exactly reproducible by any combination of chemical compounds or other natural products and the best Jasmine Fragrance Oils have Jasmine Essential Oil mixed into them. Because pure Jasmine Essential Oil is so pricey (in the neighborhood of $100 per oz), a bar of soap made with pure essential oil would be extremely expensive.   So, I have used a blend of a not-so-toxic fragrance oil and real Jasmine Grandiflorum Essential Oil.

The soap is a beautiful, hard beef and buffalo tallow based soap, enriched with Goat Milk, Silk, Mink Oil, Emu Oil, Argan Oil, Shea Butter, Apricot Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Castor Oil, Olive oil and fine cosmetic clay.  It’s luxurious to say the least.

$6.25 Get yours here

 

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