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Lavender essential oil has a scent that’s a wonderful blend of fresh, floral, clean, and calm. It’s this dynamic aroma that has made the plant a classic for perfumes, soaps, fresheners, and beauty products. As one of our most popular products, Lavender is a great beginner oil and a must for every home. Lavender essential oil isn’t just a favorite because of its classic scent—it’s also highly versatile. From skin care products to relaxing routines, this oil can infuse and enhance many areas of your life.
- Lavendar Essential Oil is the most popular oil with its calming and soothing fragrance.
- Lavendar (Lavandula Angustifolia) is a kind of plant that is originally from Utah, Idaho, USA and France.
- The extraction method of lavender essential oil is to steam distilled from flowering top.
- This is a wonderful oil blended with fresh, floral, clean, and calm function.
- It is a great oil for beginner and a MUST HAVE for every home.
- Lavendar is popular and a classic flower to be used for various health and skin care products such as perfumes, soaps, fresheners, and beauty products.
Includes the naturally occurring constituents linalyl acetate, linalool, and ocimene
Lavender essential oil has a floral, calming scent that can be used aromatically or topically. With its many benefits, Lavender is one of our most popular products.
[ Tips from Skin18 ]
- Skincare: add a few drops of oil to lotions, shampoos, and skin care products.
- Healthcare evening routine: Rub oil on the bottom of your feet before bed.
- Diffuse: insert 3-6 drops of Lavendar oil with distilled water in a diffuser as air refreshing or to banish stale odors. Diffuse up to 1 hour, 3 times a day.
- Massage: use a few drop of oils, dilute with base oil and infused neck or back massage.
- Spray: mix oil with distilled water on a spray bottle to spray to the pillow for a restful night of sleep.
- Hot Bath: combine 1 cup Epsom salt and 4 drops of Lavendar oil, then add to a hot bath
- DIY tips: can make body scrub with coconut oil, sugar, and Lavender essential oil.
- This is the best oil to blend with many other oils with skin and health benefits; also great oil for weight loss.
[ How to use ]
- May help cleanse and soothe minor skin irritations
- Can be soothing to the skin after a day in the sun
- May help reduce the appearance of blemishes
- Supports aging skin
- May promote feelings of calm and fights occasional nervous tension
- Has balancing properties that calm the mind and body
Aromatic: Diffuse up to 1 hour 3 times daily.
- Fill your bedroom with Lavender’s calming aroma in the evening for a soothing space conducive to sleep.
- Infuse the nursery with the gentle floral scent during nap time for a welcoming and restful environment that sets your little one up for sweet dreams.
- Unwind with a spa-like setting anywhere by combining Lavender with other luxurious scents such as Eucalyptus, Bergamot, or Cedarwood.
[ Size ] 15 ml (0.5 oz) ~ 300 drops of essential oil
[ Ingredients ]
- Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia)† flowering top
- †100% pure, therapeutic-grade essential oil
- Linalyl Acetate (21-47%)
- Linalol (23-46%)
- Cis-Beta-Ocimene (1-8%)
- Trans-Beta-Ocimene (1-5%)
- Terpinen-4-ol (1-8%)
A little story about this oil:
- SCIENTIFIC NAME: Lavandula angustifolia
- BOTANICAL FAMILY: Lamiaceae
- REGIONS FOUND: Utah, Idaho, France
- PLANT PART USED: Flowering top
- EXTRACTION METHOD: Steam distilled from flowering top
- YL REGION: Most Young Living Lavender essential oil comes from France and the United States.
- Lavender essential oil joined the Young Living family in 1994.
About Young Living:
- Young Living believes in the integrity and effectiveness of products.
- Young Living Seed to Seal(TM) guarantee demonstrates commitment to quality on the highest level. When using Young Living essential oils, they are the top one percent grade that cannot be imitated by anyone... anywhere else. This is because sources of those oils are personally controlled by the brand - from the planting of the seeds to bottling the final distilled product.