Lavender Essential Oil is derived from the flowers of the lavender plant and is used for a variety of purposes, including:
- Aromatherapy: The oil is used in diffusers to release a soothing, calming scent that can promote feelings of relaxation and reduce stress.
- Sleep: Its soothing scent and relaxing properties can be helpful for people with insomnia, or those having trouble sleeping.
- Skin care: When added to lotions, creams, and other skin-care products, lavender oil can help to soothe and heal irritated skin, reduce the appearance of acne, and even out skin tone.
- Headaches: Inhaling the scent or applying it topically can help to reduce the severity of headaches.
- Relaxation: It is believed to have a calming effect and may help reduce feelings of anxiety and tension.
- Burns and cuts: When applied topically, it can help to soothe burns, cuts, and other skin irritations.
- Other benefits: it has been traditionally used for medicinal purposes for centuries for its antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and pain relieving properties.
You're going to love these easy ways to use essential oils in your home!
- Massage: Use 5 drops in 10ml's of carrier oil
- Bath: Use 5 - 10 drops in water
- Burners & Diffusers: Add 3 - 6 drops to water
- Humidifier: Add 3 - 6 drops to water. Add essential oils 2 - 3 times a day if running continuously.
- Inhalations: Add 3 - 4 drops to a bowl of steaming water. Place towel over your head, close your eyes and inhale the vapour for a few minutes.
Our oils are 100% pure and natural.
Please read the following directions carefully before using this product.
Essential oils are highly concentrated plant extracts, and they should always be diluted in a base before use and should not be taken orally.
Do not use if you have a sensitivity to essential oils.
You should never apply essential oils directly to your skin. Instead, dilute them in a carrier oil (such as jojoba oil) and then apply to your skin.
Do not use during pregnancy or on infants and always keep out of reach of children and pets.
If you have any questions, please consult with a qualified healthcare professional.