Get the latest
Fashion, Beauty & Shopping News

Sign
Up!

Beauty

5 Fabulous Beauty Benefits Of Jasmine

By  | 

You can tell someone is wearing jasmine from very far away. The aroma of this flower is heady and intoxicating, but in a gentle way. It even looks stunning, and now has made a permanent place in the wedding day essentials of brides in India. Of course, the scent and the looks are not the only reason we love the good ol’ jasmine flower. The flower delivers plentiful beauty benefits too. Yes, it’s a multi-tasking, beauty-endowing, skin-loving ingredient, and that’s why it’s the base of many products in the skincare industry. To know what jasmine can do for your skin, read up!

jasmine_beauty_benefits_moisture_inpost

A Dose Of Moisture

If you’ve been trying to get your water game in order, putting on reminders to help you drink more water so you can have great skin, jasmine is a great ally. The properties of jasmine can help restore the moisture in your skin and keep it hydrated. It’s like a deep, intense shower for your skin!

jasmine_beauty_benefits_unspotted_inpost

Get Un-spotted!

Have you been scrubbing your skin raw in at attempt to clear it up? You can thank you stars you stumbled upon this article. Jasmine can help clear up your skin and send those spots and marks on their way. Sounds like a good deal to me!

jasmine_beauty_benefits_soothe_sayer_inpost

Soothe Sayer

Jasmine can calm you down. The aroma is supposed to have a relaxing effect on the mind. You can inhale the sweet scent of the flower in a tea, with an essential oil or mix it with a carrier oil. Take a deep breath and feel your stress practically melt away.

jasmine_beauty_benefits_anti_aging_inpost

Turn back time

Yes, this does sound like a pretty tall claim, but jasmine might be just the thing you are missing in your anti-ageing routine. It comes power packed with anti-oxidants and shields you from environmental stressors. Age has nothing on you with jasmine.

jasmine_beauty_benefits_no_ache_inpost

No More Aches

If your muscles are refusing to co-operate and the pain is real, jasmine oil could actually relieve you. Jasmine has antispasmodic properties, so it’s for when you have gotten too intense during a workout and need something to treat those sore muscles.

Can we just agree that jasmine is literally the only thing we need right now? Let us know in the comments below.

GET HAUTERFLY IN YOUR INBOX!

Mansi Shah is the resident humour writer and random conversation starter. Tends to laugh manically at puns. Deeply enjoys the blunt force of sarcasm. Preys on chauvinists and people with incorrect grammar. Hoards makeup and beauty products. Attacks Nutella with vigour.

Leave a Reply