The benefits of this lavender colored plant were discovered over 2,500 years ago and are being used to date.
Benefits for Skin and Hair :
Lavender essential for skin can be considered a blessing. Heres why:
It restores skin complexion and reduces acne.
It has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Thus, lavender essential oil for face can help in reversing signs of aging.
It promotes hair growth.
Since the era of Romans lavender oil being used to bathe. It can be added to your face or body wash.
It can be used to make DIY skin care products. For example, add a couple of drops to shea butter along with a carrier oil (coconut, jojoba, grapeseed oil, etc). There you go, you have your own DIY lip balm which can be used to cure chapped lips and as protection from the sun.
For using lavender essential for skin and hair, dilute it using a carrier oil (cold-pressed almond oil, jojoba oil, grapeseed oil). A few drops will be sufficient to massage it into your skin. Whereas for hair, use it as per the need or requirement.
It can be used to prevent diseases when diffused.
It contains anti-depressive properties. When used in aromatherapy it improves your mood, reduces anxiety and stress and supports brain function. Diffuse it or use it in massages.
It cures migraines and treats motion sickness when applied to your temples along with a carrier oil.
It heals burns and cuts.
Aromatherapy with lavender essential oil calms the nerves, lowers blood pressure levels, helps regulate heart rate and stimulates better blood circulation. Use it in massages or as a bath oil.
When you diffuse lavender oil at home it will naturally boost your immunity to numerous illnesses. The antiviral and antibacterial properties of the oil help your body defend itself against several illnesses including colds and flu.
Lavender essential oil uses in your household chores can surprise you!
It acts as a sanitizing surface spray when mixed with white vinegar and sprayed onto countertops, sinks, and other tough surfaces.
Add lavender oil to unscented dish soap to make a delightfully scented, antibacterial dish soap.
Pure lavender oil is quite handy for removing small stains from cloth and from a variety of surfaces.
It is effective for removing grease, oil, tar, nail polish, paint, and the like.
It acts as a pest repellant when cotton balls are soaked in lavender oil and placed strategically around, in, and under your kitchen cabinets.
HOW TO APPLY
Use in a Candle vaporizer or electric diffuser