A Honey-Sweet Scent
Everlasting absolute has floral, honey, herbaceous aroma. It's used in perfumery for its deep sweet, honey-like and tobacco-like notes. Its antiseptic and fungicidal properties make it very useful for certain skin conditions. The appearance of a mature plant looks dehydrated or oven dried but the flowers keep their beautiful colors, leading to its name Everlasting. Everlasting absolute comes from the Greek helios (meaning sun), and chrysos (meaning golden), and refers to the flower color.
Everlasting absolute is also known as Absolute of Immortelle or St Johns herb.
Everlasting absolute is a member of the Asteracaea family and blends well with Bergamot, Chamomile German, Clary Sage, Frankincense, Lavender High Alpine, Geranium Egyptian, Neroli Bigarade, Orange Sweet, Rose Otto, Rosewood and Yarrow Blue.
This aroma-therapeutic essential oil is diluted in jojoba carrier oil.