How to use Lavender Essential Oil on the face
Lavender Essential Oil is also used to reduce sunburns, razor burns, and scars, as it boosts skin healing.
To make a face serum:
- If you have dry skin, mix 2 drops of Lavender Essential Oil in 1 teaspoon of Argan Oil
- If you have normal or oily skin, mix 2 drops of Lavender Essential Oil in 1 teaspoon of Jojoba Oil
Store your serum in a clean, disinfected container away from the sunlight and heat.
How to use Lavender Essential Oil on the body
In aromatherapy, Lavender Essential Oil is used to reduce anxiety and stress.
Lavender Essential Oil is also a mild painkiller, so it’s a great addition to lotions and creams applied on sore muscles.
- You can make a beautiful massage or bath oil by mixing 4 drops of Lavender Essential Oil with 2 teaspoons of Almond Oil.
Our Lavender Essential Oil is organic, steam distilled and pure.
Why do we only sell organic essential oils?
There are several serious studies that describe how pesticides can be found in essential oils.
Because our customers are passionate about avoiding non-natural chemicals, we only sell essential oils from plants that have been grown according to organic standards, without synthesized pesticides and fertilizers.
Pesticides also have a disastrous environmental impact (read more about it on our blog) and we believe that the word “beauty” is not just about appearances and looks. It encompasses kindness to our body, to our planet, and to others.
Never use an essential oil pure on the skin. Always dilute it with a vegetable oil (see above recipes). Do not ingest. Adult use only. Do not use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding unless supervised by your doctor.
Please read our essential oil guidelines for more information on how to use essential oils.
This product page contains links to research articles in case you’d like to read more about the ingredient’s beautiful properties.
These properties, indications and methods of use are also taken from reference books or websites in aromatherapy, hydrotherapy and phytotherapy. They are found regularly and for many confirmed by observations in a scientific environment. However, this information is given for information purposes and cannot in any way constitute medical information, nor engage our responsibility. For any use for therapeutic purposes, please consult a doctor.