Gardenia Essential Perfume Oil
Gardenia Perfume Oil is an enchanting true white flower scent with an intoxicating aroma that lingers close to your skin.
Gardenias are flowering plants in the coffee family and are native to the tropical and subtropical regions of Africa, Asia, Australasia and Oceania. Gardenias also grow in Hawaii. It is believed that the gardenia has been named by Carl Linnaeus after Dr. Alexander Garden (1730-1791), a Scottish-born American naturalist.
Gardenia flower from time immemorial has been synonymous with love and romance. Gardenias were regularly sent to beloved parties (usually in the form of a corsage) for special occasions like anniversaries, Valentine’s day, or just to tell someone that they are loved. Gardenia plants are prized for the delicate beauty, strong sweet fragrance and creamy-white petals of their flowers, which can be very large in some species.
For a lasting fragrance, apply just a touch of perfume oil to pulse points (at neck, inside of wrists, inside of elbows, behind ears and behind knees) once or twice a day, as desired. Pulse points give off more body heat as this is where blood vessels are closest to the skin, therefore continually warming and releasing your fragrance.
Yummy gardeniaHard to find a good gardenia scent. Most are adolterated. This oil is like being in a garden of gardenias. Only have to use a little and it lasts a long time. I love this fragrance and will buy more.
LOVE loveloveloveI've been looking for a good Gardenia scented oil for a long time, and this one is EXACTLY what I was looking for. I get compliments every single time I wear it. It's long-lasting, fresh, not overwhelming, and oh so lovely.
Gardenia Perfume OilAs you know I love love love the gardenia! Not only are your perfume oils wonderful, and long lasting, but also so very reasonably priced!
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