Jasmine is an elegant white plant, comprised of shrubs and vines stemming from the plant group commonly referred to as the olive family. The herbal organism is said to have originated in southeast Asia particularly in the region of India, and this plant can grow up to thirty-three feet high. Furthermore, there are more than two hundred species of the Jasmine plant.
Two distinct species belonging to the Jasmine family are Jasmine Grandiflorum and Jasmine Sambac. Although these plants belong to the same organism group, they have their own unique and dissimilar qualities. Jasmine Grandiflorum is known to bloom in the morning and emits a soft floral scent associated with what is known as the heart chakra. On the other hand, Jasmine Sambac is more inclined to bloom in the later hours of the day especially 8PM and discharges a powerful yet sweet scent that has a bit of a base note and relates more to what is referred to as the second chakra. Mugler’s Alien Goddess perfume incorporates Infusion of Jasmine Grandiflorum to create a high quality and mesmerizing fragrance.
Jasmine Grandiflorum grows from the months of May to December, however it is not harvested until the months of July to September, because it is during these periods that the flower is full of fragrance and the sun does not change its aroma. The Jasmine plant is extremely gently and delicate and for this reason it must be handled with the upmost care. In fact, this Jasmine plant is a handpicked flower in the early morning hours of the day. The Sari women of the region work hard to acquire these precious flowers, and even apply jasmine braids to their hair in order to capture its magnificence.
The process of creating the Alien Goddess perfume entails an innovative development referred to as the Superinfusion methodology. This procedure makes it possible to extract a wonderful fragrance that almost replicates the genuine aroma of the fresh and floral flower it is derived from. The beautiful green leaves with captivating and wonderous curves, gentle petals, the ceramic whiteness of the flower of Jasmine Grandiflorum contrast with the enchanting power of its scent. The Alien Goddess Superinfusion technique produces a truly delightful and captivating aroma.