Jasmine Enfleurage
The Kindred Black Collection

Jasmine Enfleurage


Organic jasmine flower perfume solid in a hand blown glass jar with cork seal. Handmade by one of the only perfumers in the world still practicing the ancient and labor intensive art of enfleurage scent extraction with jasmine. Using this technique, fresh jasmine flowers are placed on glass chassis in fat and the blossoms are changed for fresh ones every day for 45 days. At the end of the process, the fat is infused with the pure, rich scent from the exhaling flowers. The base of the pommade is sustainable, organic palm kernel oil, a superior oil for the skin because it is high in vitamin A and mimics the skins natural sebum.

Sizing + Info

Jars are approximately .5 oz
Use Jasmine Pommade as a clean and all-natural solid perfume, an antiseptic and anti-inflammatory skin balm, and an aromatherapeutic relaxation balm and sleep-aid because of its sedative properties.
Please note that the melting point of the pommade is 75 degrees F and this means that during the warmer months, the pommade may arrive in a liquid state. If that happens, just put it in a cool place or in the refrigerator before opening and the pommade will become solid again. Pommade should always be stored in a cool, dry place away from heat and sunlight. If a cool enough spot is not available during the warmer months, pommade should be kept refrigerated.
As with any of our Slow Beauty, please spot test this pommade for adverse reactions before use and discontinue use if irritation occurs.
Please consult a physician before using if pregnant or breastfeeding.
We recommend using this product within a year of opening.
Opened Slow Beauty products are final sale.


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Jasmine Enfleurage
Jasmine Enfleurage
Jasmine Enfleurage
Jasmine Enfleurage


The full, rich, and sweet scent of jasmine has been used for centuries to arouse the baser animal instincts and supercharge the libido. Known as “the perfume of love”, precious jasmine oil is thought to mimic animal musk and has been described as smelling like sweat. White flowers contain a compound called indole which when broken down has a heady, musky scent that is arousing because of this association with sweat soaked skin and animalistic passion. Known for centuries as one of the strongest natural aphrodisiacs, ancient perfumers cautioned that young virgins should never be allowed to pick in fields of white flowers.