Florona Jasmine Premium Quality Essential Oil - 4 fl oz for Hair Skin Diffuser Aromatherapy Home Fragrance Acetite Large Bottle with Gift Box
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- INGREDIENTS - 100% pure, premium grade Jasmine essential oil (Jasminum Grandiflorum).
- MAKES YOU HAPPY - Jasmine essential oil is known for uplifting mood, alleviating mood swings and making you feel cheerful. It can reduce feelings of sadness.
- ALLURING SCENT - Needless to say, Jasmine oil has such a powerful and magnetic fragrance that it can bring alive the dead from coffin. It can cover bad odors very well.
- APHRODISIAC - Jasmine essential oil arouses feelings of love and romance. When applied on temples or wrist, it can help in bringing back the lost spark in your relationship.
- HOME DEODORIZER - When diluting Jasmine oil with water into an oil diffuser, it can refresh the aroma of any living space be it home or office.
- A Perfect Gift - Florona Jasmine Oil is a perfect for Thanks Giving, Christmas and many more occasions
- Product Dimensions : 8 x 5.3 x 14 cm; 113.4 Grams
- Date First Available : April 1 2019
- Place of Business : Delhi, Delhi 110052,IN
- ASIN : B07Q3QQPJC
- Manufacturer reference : Essential Oil 4 Oz
- Country of origin : India
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,197 in Beauty & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Beauty & Personal Care)
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Both smells really pleasant. There is definitely pure essential oil in both of these. If I were to guess, with the lavender more pure, authentic essential oil was used than synthetic. Maybe 70/30 authentic/synthetic.
Anyone that's smelled synthetic dollar store "essential oil" knows that smell: overly powdery and powerful and fake. That smell although present is not overpowering and doesn't make me want to sneeze 100 times.
The authentic lavender essential oil smell is much more prevalent. This seems to feel and "behave" (for lack of a better word) like an authentic essential oil. Which makes me guess the real to fake ratio is in favour of the former.
With the vanilla it smells a lot like a combo of authentic vanilla essential oil and synthetic vanilla extract one would use for baking. It is much more synthetic is my guess. Perhaps 50/50 authentic/synthetic. It's extremely powerful.
I wouldn't use this in my skin care but I've been fine with my diffusers and as bathroom spray it's been great. You need very little. In my experience 3 drops is the limit for the lavender in a diffuser. And I do mean 3 drops. And 1-2 drops for the vanilla. The vanilla is much more intense than the lavender. It can be really overwhelming. Less is more
I can see these lasting a long time.
I can't tell if this is a pure essential oil but what I am sure of is that it smells amazing! I use it with my essential oil diffuser and my kitchen smelled great and with the size of the bottle I know it can last me a very long time.
However don't put too many drop it can be really strong 5/6 drops should be fine unless you are trying do chase a nasty smell
- well package to prevent lavender oil Bottle and glass eyedropper from breaking.
- Price… Kind of less expensive
- compared to the another brand of lavender essential oil, this one has a very unappealing scent
- has a strong artificial, perfume like scent mixed in.
- I’m scent sensitive (which is why I only use essential oils), this gave me an instant headache just like a chemical perfume, or walking near the detergent/candle/incense/soap/cleaning product aisle in a store. (Instant headache smells)
- thankfully it’s weaker and not long lasting at all after it leaves the bottle. (wanted to test the smell through diffusion, in case the headache was a fluke)
I chanced a worse headache by smelling the oil in the bottle, once again, before writing this review. Wanted to make sure I was posting info as accurately as possible.
If I could break a smell down into a fraction I would say that the perfume he part of the scent takes up about 1/4 to 1/3 of the overall smell. The rest of the scent isn’t like any lavender I’ve ever smelled. Maybe kind of smells like dead or a riding vegetation without the mould or musty smell… Maybe damp, withered lavender?
Trying to compare the other part of the smell two cent memories of the plants in my garden, including my lavender bushes of different varieties.
Not sure if I’m able to refund this product since I opened it and used about a glass dropper’s worth of it in my diffuser tests and other brand comparisons smell test.
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