Botanical Name: Plumeria Rubia
Country of Origin: Comoros Island
Extraction Method: Solvent extraction
Scent Profile: A sweet with subtle fruity notes with deep, richly intense floral tones. It has slightly musky undertones and an exotic fragrance.
Frangipani is usually associated with sensual feelings of romance and love. Considered sacred as the “Tree of Life”, Frangipani evokes deep internal cleansing that refreshes the body, mind and soul.
|Increases libido||Moisturises the skin|
|Uplifts the inner spirit||Maintains healthy body with antioxidants|
|Promotes self-esteem||Sedates the mind|
|Destresses through sleeping|
Moisturize skin: Glycosides in Frangipani help to get other vital ingredients absorbed into the skin to hydrate the skin by binding onto water molecules. It also supports healthy collagen production.
Anti-ageing: Frangipani keeps skin supple and toned thanks to an organic substance, Lignin. It is also used in anti-ageing, anti-wrinkle and skin toning products. Oxidative stress-induced tissue damage can also be diminished with the use of this essential oil.
Maintains healthy body: Frangipani has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. This maintains a healthy body by virtue of eliminating harmful toxins and free radicals from the tissues. The oil’s purifying qualities protect the organs from damage.
Increase libido: A natural aphrodisiac, Frangipani allows you to connect passionately with your partner during intimacy. Often used in perfumes for its sensual aroma, Frangipani can also promote inner peace and confidence.
– In a nebuliser
– In an oil burner
– In baths or inhalation
Frangipani blends with other floral oils and citrus oils like Mandarin, Neroli, Orange, Palmarosa, Petitgrain, Rose and Ylang Ylang.
Frangipani has emmenagogue properties, so it should be avoided during pregnancy as it may lead to miscarriage. This oil is best used topically, diluted in a safe carrier oil.