November 27, 2021
Jasmine oil, known as “queen of the night”, has been used for centuries in perfumes and beauty treatments. In addition to its exotic, intoxicating aroma, the distilled oil of the jasmine flower is packed with nutrients and properties that benefit both the hair and scalp. Studies have proven Jasmine oil is a natural antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, and antimicrobial oil (*20). Using it on the scalp can help prevent pathogens and bacteria from building up on the scalp and attacking the hair follicles, causing them to fall out, break and grow thinner and weaker. The hair will also have these problems when the scalp and hair are very dry. Jasmine oil is a natural emollient that locks in moisture to both the hair follicles and the scalp, leaving the hair shafts shiny and smooth, and the hair root sand scalp hydrated. When used after shampooing, it tames frizz and unruly hair by conditioning each strand. Jasmine oil’s aromatherapy benefits are world renown as an aphrodisiac primarily, but it is also commonly used to enhance concentration, relieve depression and anxiety, and aid in combating insomnia.