3.20.13
Skincare Journey: An Egyptian Jasmine Harvest
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3.20.13
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  1. I want to SMELL the space where Amala products are made! My favorite part of yoga class is when the teacher comes around and massages our temples with lavender oil. I want to win this to evoke that feeling every time I care for my skin.

    erin @WELLinLA | 03.20.2013 | Reply
  2. I adore jasmine! I use jasmine oil in a home made body oil but it is certainly an inferior product to this! Would love to try!

    Caroline | 03.20.2013 | Reply
  3. I was so impressed with the process of producing this precious intoxicating oil!
    As a gardener I truly love jasmine, in plant form , but to be able to use this natural product on my skin would be a
    dream come true for me…

    Linda Anderson | 03.20.2013 | Reply
  4. Jasmine is my favorite scent in the world and I always have to stop when I smell it walking down the street… I have to imagine that skincare products made with it would work extra well, not only because of the plant’s benefits but thanks to the psychological boost of that gorgeous smell! 😉

    Rachel | 03.20.2013 | Reply
  5. Jasmine smells so exotic and magical to me, so it is fitting that this jasmine is grown in Egypt, where I traveled a few years ago and found the Pyramids of Giza, Sphinx, bright goods of the souks, hieroglyphics in the temples of Abu Simbel, and sailing on the Nile to be wonderful, mysterious, and exotic as well! Hopefully I can channel Cleopatra with some Amala face cream!

    Kate | 03.20.2013 | Reply
  6. THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR WONDERFUL COMMENTS. SEEMS LIKE OUR READERS LOVE JASMINE AS MUCH AS WE DO! CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WINNER, LINDA!

    The Chalkboard | 03.31.2013 | Reply

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