What are jasmine flowers used for?
There are around 200 species of jasmine flowers that come in a variety of scents and colours. Jasmine is native to regions with warmer and tropical climates like east Asia, Africa and Oceania.
Jasmine flowers are a genus of shrubs and vines in the olive family. Jasmines are widely cultivated for their characteristic fragrance.
Our jasmine flower is white in colour with a sweet, floral aroma. It is often used for its scent in potpourri and in soaps.
The jasmine flower is used in skincare as a gentle exfoliant, in toners and for general skin health. Jasmine flowers are also great as decoration for cosmetic products including soaps.