Olejek o zapachu plumerii (kwiat lei) (2)
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For those looking for an island escape, look no further. Our Plumeria Fragrance Oil brings the atmosphere of Hawaii to you. Use this oil in:

  • Mixing fragrances to replicate a Hawaiian getaway

  • Creating summer-inspired projects

  • Making homemade candles, potpourri, body products, & more!

Read more about Plumeria Fragrance Oil

What is Plumeria?

Plumeria flowers grow on the plumeria tree and can reach heights of 30 feet or more (though smaller is usually common). The flowers vary in color, with the most notable combination being white petals with a bright yellow center. The floral tree is native to the Caribbean, Central America and Mexico; however, it has become commonplace to associate the plumeria with Hawaiian culture. After all, these flowers can be found everywhere on the islands!

The name of the flower is after a French botanist from 17th century, Charles Plumier. Though he gave the plant a title, plumerias had already been in use for centuries. In the ancient city of Aztec, the flower was used for its medicinal purposes. In Indian Ayurveda tradition, it is considered a warming oil and thought to aid insomnia. Today it’s not too wild to just think of this beautiful flower as a symbol for love or happiness!

Plumeria Fragrance Oil

Fall in love with Plumeria’s tropical, floral scent. Sit back, close your eyes, and be taken to an island atmosphere clear of stress. As you breathe in you’ll be treated to a completely barren beach except for floral trees, hummingbirds, the bright sun and the warm, white sand. Bring out the island side of life everyday with the exotic, floral Plumeria Fragrance oil as it teases you with notes of sensual jasmine and sweet fruit!

Directions for Use

Piping Rock’s top-quality fragrance oils mimic the natural scent of plants, flowers, and other favorite aromas. Use Plumeria fragrance oil in any DIY project that could use a burst of exotic florals, such as in making perfume, candles, soaps, body products, potpourri, and more! Fragrance oils can also be used in diffusers as you would with essential oils.