At Jasmin Organics we are well aware that a typical woman applies around 200 chemicals to her skin by using her products each day.  60% of these chemicals are further absorbed into the bloodstream. These are the two main reasons why organic skincare is one of the fastest growing areas of the beauty industry today. The more we learn about the adverse side effects of unhealthy skincare, the more we seek out other options in order to live a longer, healthier life.
Another fantastic feature of using organic plants is that the plants grow freely without applying synthetic pesticides and fertilizers.  Many of the plants’ natural defense mechanisms are what is used to produce are the essential oils themselves this can also be argued that chemical and pesticide-aided plants may not be as self-reliant and therefore not produce the same constituents that are used for essential oils. Also, organic soil has been shown to provide more nutrients to the plan rather than chemically aided soil.
Pure and organic essential oils are naturally occurring extracts from aromatic plants. They are considered the primary life force of the plant and act as a defense mechanism. Once extracted, the essential oils that are produced are highly potent and contain their own unique healing properties.
Essential oils are essences that evaporate extremely quickly once exposed to the air. They are potent remedies due to their versatility and their psychological as well as physical impact on the body. Essential oils are not water soluble, but their oily makeup allows them to penetrate the skin effectively which makes them perfect for massage.
Essential oils exist in the flowers, seeds, leaves, woods, gums, grasses, roots, as well as fruit rind all of which we utilize organically at Jasmin Organics. Once they are extracted, they contain their own unique aroma. Every essential oil has its chemistry and is made up of hundreds of individual chemical components. Even the same plant is grown in different regions, or plants picked at various times throughout the season will produce slightly different chemistry within the essential oil.