LAVENDER ESSENTIAL OIL
Lavender essential oil has long been known for its healing properties. It is traditionally used in the care of sensitive or problem skin. Its calming and relaxing properties allow it to be used in diffusion to provide serenity and well-being. lavender
Mainly used in skin care and diffusion, Lavender essential oil is the reference in the care of damaged skin problems or difficult healing. Essential in the first aid kit, it also has calming effects on the nervous system and muscle relaxants, traditionally recommended in case of headaches, stress or muscle tension.
In health, the essential oil of true lavender is recognized for its properties:
Powerful antispasmodic, muscle relaxant Powerful skin healing and regenerating
Soothing, anti-inflammatory, analgesic lavender
Hypotensive, powerful calming and balancing of the nervous system
General and pulmonary antiseptic
Infectious, scarring or allergic skin conditions: eczema, psoriasis, pruritus (itching), bedsores, ulcers, stretch marks, scars
Nervous disorders: asthma, digestive spasms, nausea, migraines, headaches
Cramps, contractures and muscle spasms
High blood pressure, palpitations, tachycardia
Rheumatism, pain, lavender
Soothing and relaxing: essential oils of Ylang-ylang, Petitgrain bigarade, Roman chamomile
Skin problems: essential oils of Italian Helichrysum, German Chamomile, Rose Geranium
Joint and muscular comfort: Mix in your oil preparation. Apply locally your mixture in light massages on the concerned area.
The essential oil of Lavender is one of the most famous to fight against stress and insomnia. Calming, it soothes the nerves, helps the body and mind to relax and facilitates sleep. It is ideally used in olfaction, in diffusion or as an ingredient of massage products in cutaneous application.
In well-being, the essential oil of true lavender is recognized for its properties:
Regulates the nervous system
Calming, sedative, anti-depression
Purifying on the psychic as well as physical level. It brings balance and harmony. It promotes self-respect, helps to accept one’s individuality and to find one’s own direction.
It is traditionally used in the following cases:
Insomnia and sleep disorders
Anxiety, anguish, depression, emotional difficulties
Relaxation: essential oils of Marjoram, Rosewood, Petitgrain bigarade
Diffusion: essential oils of Marjoram, Linaloe berry, Petitgrain bigarade, Petitgrain Clementine
Soothe, calm stress: in atmospheric diffusion, alone or in synergy with other essential oils, at a time when you feel available and ready to accept the benefits of the essential oil (meditation session, relaxation or simple moment of relaxation). Repeat several times a week.
Relaxing bath : Mix it in your dispersible bath preparation. Pour your mixture into the hot bath water. Breathe and relax
Facilitates sleep : Mixed in your oily preparation. Massage a few drops on the inside of the wrists and the solar plexus and breathe deeply.
Powerful regenerating and soothing, it is one of the great oils for skin care. It calms minor irritations and sunburns, softens sensitive skin and gently purifies skin prone to pimples. It is also traditionally recommended to keep insects and lice away.
In beauty, it is recognized for its properties:
Powerful skin repair and regeneration
Sensitive skin, irritated skin, razor burn, sunburn
Problem skin, acne, lavender pimples
Insect bites, itching,
Purifying effect: essential oils of Tea tree, Manqua, Palmarès
Soothing effect: essential oils of German chamomile, annual tansy
Repairing effect: essential oils of Italian Helichrysum, Cistus ladanifera
Skin care: Mix up to 2% in your cosmetic preparation for the skin such as cream, gel, milk.