Ingredients : Organic true lavender essential oil.
Container : Blue Glass bottle with dropper 2 cm of diameter X 7.25 cm high
Weight : 45 gr.
The Romans already took advantage of the qualities of lavender in the thermal baths and they perfumed their clothes and their baths with it.
Lavender is a derivative of the Latin word * lavare * which means to wash. The word lavender comes from adding lavender to laundry water to scent clothes, dispel myths and other bugs.
In the Middle Ages, its disinfectant powers were recognized and made it into fumigations and plasters intended to fight the plague.
More recently, essential oils, including lavender, have been used in French hospitals to disinfect the air.
Note: We have a no-return policy for unsealed essential oils.
Important: The information on this site is not intended to prevent, treat or cure any disease. Please refer to our * Disclaimer *.
Aromatherapy: Use a diffuser to clean the air in the house, while providing a soothing effect.
Apply a few drops to the pillow or handkerchief, lavender essential oil will be your friend against insomnia.
Lavender essential oil added to organic vegetable oil has relaxing properties through skin contact and the smell it gives off. Try our Organic Lavender Relaxing Massage Oil.
Hot bath :
Taking a lukewarm bath with one of our bath salts is a great way to relax. Light a lavender candle for both the softness of the lighting and its calming aroma.
Homemade ambiance products:
In lavender sachets, candles, etc … the use of essential oil is limited only by your imagination. Try our * Pure Lavender * Room Fragrance.
Screen working environment:
A session of diffusing lavender near the workstation is a good way to relax while remaining alert.
In prevention against lice:
Place a drop of lavender essential oil behind each ear. To reduce the risk of allergy, mix with an organic vegetable oil such as sunflower or rapeseed oil. Lavender is a preventative treatment but does not eliminate lice and nits. In this case, it is necessary to resort to a lavender treatment, sold in pharmacies.
Although the lavender flower is edible, do not ingest pure lavender essential oil. It is advisable to do some tests on the skin before using. May cause irritation in some people. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes.
This essential oil can cause allergies, mainly in people who suffer from hay fever, asthma or skin reactions.
To keep this product fresh and maximize its shelf life, it is recommended that you store lavender essential oil in a dark glass container, protected from light, in a cool place.