a fragrant JASMINE for SPRING
Surround yourself with wondrous scents for spring. An undeniably unique range of bath and home products with hints of Jasmine engage and delight with every waft. The Jasmine collection by Soap and Paper Factory and the newly unveiled Temple Tree Jasmine essence by Thymes are fragrantly charged with an intoxicating appeal.
The THYMES aroma is creatively balanced in femininity with a naturally floral sensuality from Temple Tree blossoms, jasmine sambac, honeysuckle, ylang ylang, damask rose, and coconut milk. The Thymes Temple Tree Jasmine Body Lotion ($25) contains a rich combination of Madonna lily extract and velvety monoi butter for ultimate hydration. Those same ingredients add to the moisture rich properties of the Body Wash ($19) which in combination with humectant glycerin, conditions as it cleanses — as does the Bubble Bath ($21). As more of the scene is defined, the Home Fragrance Mist becomes the perfect compliment. The sheer, eco-friendly, low VOC spray freshens a room with just one spray. In developing yet another intriguing line for self and space, the company’s new addition solidifies THYMES status as a cult label favorite.
The Soap & Paper Factory line is environmentally considerate from ingredients to packaging – drawing from nature from inspiration. The Jasmine flowers release their aroma only at night, but the brand captures and bottles it just right. The Hand Cream ($18) leaves skin super smooth minus paraben, phthalate, and petroleum. The Shea Butter bar soap, 4oz at $8, cleanses and perfumes in one. For straight to skin interaction the Solid Perfumes ($18) made of jojoba, beeswax delivers all day smell good for your skin, at pulse points, and can even be used as a pomade for hair! Designed for a more concentrated environmental experience, the Oil Diffuser (biodegradable and phthalate free) offers long lasting enjoyment for a little background aroma. Intoxicating – and fresh for spring, apply Jasmine and enjoy the bliss of this naturally opulent floral. a fragrant JASMINE for Spring written by Sarah A. Freiseis.