Use as needed, when overheated, after sex, after exercise, whenever calming is desired. Centering, calming, soothing, refreshing and cleansing. Reduced redness and swelling.
Post wax, post shave, chaffing, heat rash, aching, aching muscles, itchy skin
Jasmine is commonly used in lotions—not only for its fragrance, but for its healing properties in treating sunburns and rashes. The juices of the jasmine flower are known to restore skin moisture and elasticity, which reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
A coconut palm’s roots, bark, and flowers can be used to promote the flow of urine, tend to uterine disease, and as an antiseptic applied to boils, scabies, toothaches, and more.