Jasmine Sambac and Ylang Ylang combine to provide a truly moisturizing, non-greasy body oil. Slow infused with Jasmine flowers for 6 weeks, and handcrafted to provide intense hydration that leave skin with a beautiful glow.
Size 59 ml / 2 oz
Jasmine has been used in skincare and aromatherapy for centuries, and has resided in the royal gardens of Egyptian pharaohs, and Chinese emperors. Jasmine is used for its calming aphrodisiac effects, as well as to restore moisture and elasticity to the skin. The process of making our Jasmine Ylang Ylang Body Oil is a time consuming one, Jasmine Sambac flowers are slow infused with other oils to created a concentrated blend. The end result is a product that is replete with the nutrients of the Jasmine flower, as well as its beautiful, intoxicating scent.
Rosehip Oil offers amazing benefits for the skin, due to it being rich in essential fatty acids, and vitamins E, C and Beta Carotene. It is said to help with the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, due to the Beta-Carotene which has small enough molecules that can penetrate deeper into the skin.
Ingredients Jasminum sambac (jasmine) flowers slow infused in (Camellia oleifera* (camellia seed) oil, Argania spinosa* (argan nut) oil, Rosa canina* (rosehip) oil), Simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) oil, ^tocopherol, Jasminum sambac (jasmine) sambac absolute, Cananga odorata (ylang ylang) essential oil. [^tocopherol – non-gmo and gluten free *certified organic ingredient]
Fresh out of a warm shower, lightly pat dry your skin, then apply body oil as needed while your skin is still warm. This helps the oil to absorb more easily, resulting in longer lasting hydration.
Made in Canada
Elle and Mane is rooted in a love for skincare, and self-care. We believe that all the work that goes into creating your face masks, body oils, beard oils and salt soaks should be well intentioned, handmade and ethical. All Elle and Mane products are handcrafted, with natural ingredients, free of synthetics, fragrances and harmful chemical toxins and preservatives.