Lavender Essential Oil

Unwind from stress and experience true serenity with our 100% pure Lavender Essential Oil, extracted from only the highest quality French Lavender blossoms.

The iconic scent of Lavender Oil makes it one of the most famous essential oils in the world. This oil is not only been used as a refreshing scent for centuries, but has also been celebrated for its ability to put the mind at ease and naturally support overall well-being.

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Lavender Oil, one of the most famous essential oils of all time, has an iconic and instantly recognizable scent and it was the oil that sparked modern aromatherapy.

Its nurturing abilities were discovered in 1910 by the father of modern aromatherapy himself - René-Maurice Gattefossé. At the time, essential oils were only used to create fragrances. While working in his parfumerie, some equipment exploded and left René-Maurice with severe burns and gas gangrene - a potentially fatal bacterial infection.

He decided to use the oil he was researching at the time, Lavender Essential Oil, to try and treat his burns - the naturally antiseptic oils halted the gangrene and healed his skin. René-Maurice would go on to publish “Aromathérapie: Les Huiles essentielles hormones végétales” in 1937 and coin the term ‘aromatherapy’.

While Lavendar oil is now well known for its nurturing qualities, the use of the lavender plant has been documented for the past 2,500 years - from Romans and Greeks to the Middle Ages and Victorian times.

Lavender Oil has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties. It provides great benefit for skin health and its distinctive aroma promotes calmness and encourages a healthy, stress-free state of mind.

icon-attributes Product Attributes

Therapeutic grade

Water-soluble

Pesticides

Vegan

Non-GMO

Cruelty-free

icon-specifications Specifications

● Botanical Name: Lavandula angustifolia
● Family: Lamiaceae
● Aroma: Floral, Refreshing
● Plant part: Flowerhead
● Note Classification: Middle to Top
● Extraction: Steam Distillation
● Appearance: Pale yellow liquid
● Usage: Aromatherapy and topical applications

icon-safety_info Safety Information

● In general, essential oils are highly concentrated and should be used with care.
● Not for internal use, except if directed by an expert or a qualified practitioner.
● If pregnant, lactating or under any medication, consult your physician before use.
● Never use undiluted essential oils near eyes or mucous membranes.
● If using essential oils directly on the skin, always dilute with an appropriate carrier oil and perform a patch test.
● Store in a dark, cool and dry place,
● Keep out of reach of children.

icon-how_to_use How to Use

A few drops of Lavender Essential Oil in a diffuser helps create an ambience of calmness and serenity.

When diluted with a suitable carrier oil, it can be applied on the skin.

icon-complimentary Complementary Oils

Blends well with Chamomile, Clove Bud, Eucalyptus, Geranium, Grapefruit, Lemon, Peppermint, Rosemary and Tea Tree essential oils.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can Lavender oil help me sleep?

Lavender oil possesses a naturally relaxing fragrance that comforts and calms most people. In addition to this, it can also support in enabling restful and uninterrupted sleep.

Make it a part of your routine to simply add this oil to your diffuser a few hours before bedtime or dilute a few drops in a spray bottle with water to use as a room/pillow mist before sleeping.

I heard that Lavender repels insects. Is this true?

Yes! Many flying bugs such as moths and mosquitoes, in particular, dislike the smell of Lavender! Apply diluted lavender oil to your pulse points, such as wrists and inner elbows for a lightweight veil of repellent - however, if you are going into areas with heavy mosquito populations, using additional protection is advisable.

I take medication for anxiety. Can I stop taking it and use Lavender Essential Oil instead?

No. Always continue taking medication as prescribed by your doctor.

While Lavender oil is used for calming and settling nerves, it is not a replacement for prescription medicine.