Effect of Frangipani:
The peace and power of this exotic flower [Plumeria] is exceptional.
The pure oil is exotic and very powerful and supports.
√ Cleans intensively, softens and moisturizes the skin
√ Promotes healing, and supports the preservation of the natural balance of the skin
√ Stimulates circulation
√ Take the stress out of PMT, menopause, muscle tension and cramps
√ Protecting against harmful elements
√ AND all without preservatives, chemicals or artificial colors!
Beautiful product range with pure Frangipani Oil.
What is Frangipani all about ?
Frangipani Essential Oil is an exotic essential oil and most powerful flower.
It's also arguably the most popular flower in the world and is certainly a "jewel of the South Pacific". Plumeria is one of the most exotic of all fauna and flora with invigorating scents that are known to affect the way people feel. There is nothing quite like the sweet fragrance of Plumeria in flower to uplift your spirit ... It's no wonder more and more people (Melanesians) continue to use the Frangipani plant extensively for decorative, skin care and medicinal purposes to this day.
The Frangipani flower comes in a vast range of stunning colors with a wonderful, intoxicating fragrance. Colors range from white, pink, yellow, multiple pastels to deep red. Some variates produce smaller flowers than others. Flowering lasts up to three months at a time. Cut blooms last for several days in water. The Frangipani flower has a strong, delicious perfume which is even more prominent in the late afternoon, evenings and at night.
Frangipani trees prefer dry, sandy soil in full sun. They don't like the cold and are deciduous (although in tropical climates they may remain evergreen throughout). Plumeria is an extremely durable plant and only authentic plants give the power of this special flower. There are over 100 different varieties of Plumeria.
Frangipanis grow as high as 10 metres in tropical regions whereas in milder climates, their growth is restricted to shrubs or small trees. These plants have thick succulent branches, spaced well apart with long leather, fleshy leaves in clusters near the branch tips.