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Lavender essential oil is one of the most common essential oil in self-care products. It is the most well-known scent. Lavender essential oil derives forms the Mediterranean, middle east, and India. Its historical roots date back to Egyptian times when they used lavender for mummification and perfume. It’s a versatility oil that can be used for cleaning products to neat treatments.
11 Benefits of Lavender Essential Oil
|Benefits||Ways to use||How it helps|
|Reduces acne||Use drops mixed with the carrier on the acne area.||Use consistently will help reduce inflammation, help with scaring.|
|Sedative Properties||Use in diffuser one hour before sleeping.||Will allow for deeper relaxation.|
|Reduces skin imperfection||Add a few drops to your moisturizer.||Brighten and even skin tone.|
|Increase blood circulation||Mix with a carrier oil. Rub on face, body, hand.||Reduces redness and skin imperfection.|
|Soothes headaches, migraines, and motion sickness||Rub oil on the temple.||Increase blood circulation to lessen headaches.|
|Reduces anxiety||Use in bath soaks.||Calms you mentally and physically.|
|Heals insect bites||Use in ointment or salve||Reduces inflammation|
|Helps with insomnia||Use in a diffuser an hour before sleeping||Helps the body stay asleep|
|Anti-inflammatory problems||Rub on cuts and burns||Decrease the likelihood of skin bubbling|
|Helps with hair loss||Mix with carrier oils||Helps with scalp dryness|
|Eases respiratory issues||Use in a vapor rub.||Opens up airway and congestion.|
There are a variety of ways to use lavender essential oil depending on what you would like it to do. Make sure you have lavender essential in the form of moisturizer you can use on your face and body, salve when you get cuts, burns, insect bites, bath soak when you feel the need for deeper relaxation, and a bottle of lavender essential oil to mix with carrier oils.