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Lavender Essential Oil

Lavandula angustifolia
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Ingredients: 100% pure Lavender Essential Oil
Crop Source: France
Aroma: Floral, Sweet, Herbaceous
Extraction: Steam distillation of flowering tops of Lavender
Applications: Relaxation, Hair Care, Skin Care, Yoga, Home care
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Top benefits of
Lavender Oil


Mind & Soul


Relieve stress and anxiety
Lavender Essential Oil is an excellent natural remedy for alleviating stress and anxiety. Studies have demonstrated that Lavender Essential Oil offers potent anxiolytic, mood-stabilizing, and analgesic properties. It is known to ease stress and anxiety by reducing the level of cortisol, a stress hormone. To relieve stress, diffuse a few drops of Lavender Essential Oil in your living room while unwinding after a long and stressful day, or by your bed before sleeping. You may add Ylang Ylang, Clary Sage, or Bergamot Essential Oils for a more powerful de-stressing blend. You can also apply the Lavender Essential Oil topically for the same benefits.
Aids sleep
Lavender Essential Oil aids in falling asleep faster and promoting a night of more restful sleep. It has demonstrated to improve the quality of sleep by increasing the time spent in the slow-wave and deep-wave sleep cycles. Diffusing Lavender Essential Oil in your room or applying a few drops topically on your temples or behind your ear or spraying a few drops on pillowcases can help fight insomnia and promote a more relaxed and restful sleep.
Promotes relaxation
Lavender Essential Oil has been widely used over centuries for its powerful soothing, and relaxing properties. It helps to calm the mind, improve mood, promote relaxation, and unwind after a long day. There are several ways to use Lavender Essential Oil for its relaxation benefits - diffuse a few drops in your room, add a few drops to your bath, apply topically on feet, temples, and behind ears, or massage after diluting it in a base oil.
Calms babies
Diffusing Lavender Essential Oil in the baby’s room or giving baby a Lavender Oil massage (dilute 0.5%-1% Lavender Essential oil in Jojoba or Olive Oil) can help calm fussy babies and lull them to sleep. It is one of the gentlest oils and can be safely used to calm and soothe babies and children. You may add Chamomile Essential Oil for additional benefits.

Hair Care


Promotes hair growth
Lavender Essential Oil is known to promote hair growth by stimulating hair follicles, promoting circulation, improving scalp health, preventing infections, controlling dandruff, and reducing stress. Add 2-5% of Lavender Essential oil to a mixture of Castor Seed Oil and Jojoba Oil to create a potent hair oil. Apply this blend generously and massage for a few minutes. Leave it overnight for maximum benefits. You may add Rosemary, Peppermint, and Clary Sage Essential Oils for better results.
Controls dandruff
Lavender Essential Oil is known for its ability to treat itchy scalp and control dandruff. Its effective anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, and anti-inflammatory properties help promote a healthier scalp, thereby preventing dandruff and flaky scalp conditions. You may add Rosemary and Tea Tree Essential Oils for more potent anti-dandruff properties.
Eliminates head lice
Studies show that treatment with Essential Oils is an effective and safe way of removing head lice in children and adults. Add 10-15 drops of Lavender Essential Oil, 20-25 drops of Tea Tree Essential Oil, and 10-15 drops of Peppermint Essential Oil to 30ml of Neem Oil to create a potent blend for fighting head lice. Apply this blend to infested hair and leave for 30-45 min before washing it off. Repeat this two times a week until the lice issue is addressed.

Beard Care


Promotes beard growth
Lavender Essential Oil is an excellent addition to the beard oil as it is instrumental in stimulating growth and maintaining a healthy skin beneath. The potent soothing, healing, and anti-microbial properties of Lavender Essential Oil help provide an ideal growth environment by promoting healthy skin, soothing irritated skin, controlling acne, and hydrating dry skin. It is one of the gentler essential oils that can be safely used on the skin (after dilution), and leaves the beard smelling manly and herbaceous. Dilute 1-2% Lavender Essential Oil in Jojoba Oil to create a potent pre-bed beard blend. You may add Rosemary Essential Oil for promoting faster beard growth, and Cedarwood Essential Oil to soothe and calm the skin.

Skin Care


Fights acne
Lavender Essential Oil helps to control acne by preventing excess sebum production that clogs pores and causes acne. The potent anti-bacterial property of the oil is useful in killing acne-causing bacteria that might infiltrate your pores. Its anti-inflammatory and healing properties help promote acne's faster healing, reduce swelling and redness, and fade acne mark.
Hydrates skin
Lavender Essential Oil is stellar in balancing your skin's moisture barrier so that the skin is neither too oily nor too dry. It gently moisturizes the skin and does not clog pores as it is non-comedogenic.
Delays ageing
Excellent for all skin types, Lavender Essential Oil is particularly useful for mature skin as it offers skin regenerative and skin protective properties. Packed with powerful anti-oxidants, it protects the skin from oxidative stress and combats signs of premature aging. The oil's balancing action helps maintain the skin's moisture barrier and prevent drying, thereby slowing down aging. Add a few drops to your daily face oil or cream.

Wellness


Relives muscle and joint pain
Owing to its analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties, Lavender Essential Oil is known to relieve sore muscles and reduce joint pain. For pain relief, apply Lavender Essential Oil topically after diluting 2-5% in Arnica Oil or Jojoba Oil. You may add Peppermint, Clove, and Wintergreen Essential Oils for added benefits.
Alleviates headaches
Applying a few drops of Lavender Essential Oil to the temples has shown to relieve common headaches and reduce the severity of migraine headache symptoms. You may add Peppermint Essential Oil for better result.
Heals wounds
Lavender Essential Oil is a must have in your home First Aid kit. Owing to its potent anti-septic, anti-inflammatory, and healing properties, Lavender Essential oil is known to promote faster healing of wounds, cuts, bruises, minor burns, sunburn, insect-bites, and bee stings. It is also known to help prevent scarring by promoting the growth of skin cells and tissues.
Soothes skin conditions
Lavender Essential Oil is known to soothe several skin conditions such as dryness, rashes, irritation, redness, and sunburn. These benefits are attributed to its anti-inflammatory, healing, calming, and hydrating properties.

Home Aroma


Room fragrance
Lavender is one of the most widely loved aromas in the world and has been enjoyed by almost all cultures for its crisp, herbaceous, refreshing, and calming scent. Diffuse 6-12 drops of this oil to fill your room with this universally loved fragrance that promotes relaxation, calms the mind, alleviates stress, and aids sleep.

Home Care


Disinfects and cleans surfaces
Lavender Essential Oil acts as a natural disinfectant as a result of its anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties. Using it as an air spray helps eliminate harmful surface and airborne bacteria indoors.
Deodorizes room
The refreshing and pleasant aroma of Lavender Essential Oil is also known to rid the room of any unpleasant odor and freshens up the room.
Freshens laundry
To add a lovely scent to your laundry without using artificial fragrances, add a few drops of the Lavender Essential Oil to your laundry detergent or while tumble drying. It will leave your clothes smelling fresh and wonderful.

How To Use
Lavender Essential Oil


Use 6-12 drops in a diffuser

Dab on to wrist, temples, behind ears, back of neck, feet etc.

Add 2-5% to hair oil

Add 1-2% to face oil or cream

Add 1-2% to body oil

Take a whiff from the bottle

Add a few drops to bath water

Add 20-40 drops to 100ml water, shake well and spray

Top Recipes for
Lavender Essential Oil


Stress Relief Blend
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Hair Growth Treatment Oil
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Disinfectant and Cleaning Spray
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Know More



Lavandula, popularly known as Lavender, is a perennial evergreen plant that is primarily cultivated for its violet or lilac flowers that are used to produce the most extensively used essential oil globally for more than 2500 years. Indigenous to the Mediterranean, Middle East, and India, Lavender belongs to the famous mint family, Lamiaceae, and is characterized by a sweet, herbaceous, earthy, and floral aroma. Among ~50 known species of Lavender, Lavandula angustifolia is the most well regarded species for its potent aromatherapy benefits. 

Lavender derives its name from the Latin verb ‘lavare’ meaning ‘to wash’ as the Romans used Lavender to scent their bathwater. Ancient Egyptians used Lavender for mummification as they considered it holy and placed the flowers around the dead to ward off the unpleasant stench. In medieval Europe, washerwomen were called ‘lavenders’ due to their practice of laying freshly washed laundry over Lavender bushes to dry and scent the laundry and keep it moth and insect free. This practice gave rise to the phrase ‘to be laid out in lavender’. Lavender was highly valued by royalty, especially Louis XIV, who loved Lavender scented baths. Queen Elizabeth I was known to have vases filled with Lavender on her table, wore Lavender as perfume, and used Lavender throughout the castles for everything imaginable. Considered a herb of love, in Tudor times, maidens consumed a Lavender brew on St. Lukes day to discover their soulmates’ identities. Legend has that Lavender was supposedly used by Cleopatra to seduce Julius Caesar and Mark Anthony. As a result of its global popularity, Lavender is cultivated all over the world with Provence, France leading production with its famous lavender fields.

Since time immemorial, Lavender Essential Oil has been the most widely used Essential Oil for aromatherapy worldwide due to its extensive range of health benefits. The soothing and relaxing aroma of Lavender Essential Oil is known to have a calming effect on the nervous system, making it a natural alternative for easing stress, anxiety, and symptoms of depression. It also helps fight insomnia and promote relaxing and restful sleep. Diffusing Lavender Essential Oil in your room or dabbing a few drops on the skin can help drive away feelings of emotional distress, uplift the mood, and promote a sense of relaxation and tranquility. 

Lavender Essential Oil offers excellent benefits for hair care, skin care, wellness, and home care. It promotes hair growth, controls dandruff, and promotes healthy scalp. It is known to soothe several skin conditions such as acne, dryness, rashes, irritation, and sunburn. Packed with powerful anti-oxidants, it protects the skin from oxidative stress and combats signs of premature aging. It is known to promote faster healing of wounds, burns, cuts, sunburn, bee stings, insect bites and bruises. With its natural anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties, Lavender Essential Oil acts as a natural and non-toxic disinfectant that eliminates surface and airborne bacteria. Owing to its versatility, Lavender Essential Oil is a subject of many scientific studies.

Aroma Tierra offers high-quality Lavender Essential Oil made by careful steam distillation of flowering tops of Lavandula angustifolia species harvested from the lush Lavender fields in high-lands of France. It is 100% pure, natural, and potent, and is free from any chemicals, preservatives, and solvents.

Interesting facts

  • Lavender was considered a herb of love for millennia and was strewn under the beds of newlyweds to induce passion. Alpine maidens used to put sprigs of Lavender in their pillows in hopes of romance
  • In the 17th century, people tied sprigs of Lavender to their wrists to ward off diseases such as plague and cholera. It was also a key ingredient in the 'Four Thieves Vinegar' that was consumed by grave-robbers to keep away the bubonic plague

Blends well with: Bergamot, Orange, Ylang Ylang, Clary Sage, Cedarwood, Frankincense, Geranium, Peppermint, Rosemary, Tea Tree, Basil, Marjoram, Rose, Sandalwood, Lemongrass, Eucalyptus, Lemon, Lime


Perfumery Benefits


Lavender is a fragrance that has been used for more than 2,500 years and has been a part of historic perfumery and apothecary traditions for very long. It made its first appearance in a great perfume in 1892, Fougère Royale by Houbigant. This iconic perfume Fougère Royale gave rise to a new olfactory family ‘The Fern Family’ to which Lavender belongs. Out of all the scents, Lavender is the one that is most commonly recognized for its relaxing, calming, and anxiolytic properties. In addition to its pleasing aroma, it helps to relax and calm down.

Most perfumers in the world consider Lavender Essential Oil as an essential component, an ingredient that can't be avoided. "Lavender is one of the most noble and marvelous components that we have in our arsenal of essential oils" as per a famous perfumer Jean Paul Guerlain, the creator of Heritage. Lavender 

Historically Lavender was a dominant note in several famous perfumes such as Yardley of London English Lavender EDT Spray; however, it is more commonly used in a very light and subtle way in most modern-day fragrances. With its calming floral and herbaceous notes, Lavender is used not only in women's perfumes but also in men's colognes and unisex perfumes. When used in making perfumes, Lavender does not always smell sweet and floral; instead, it is known to interact with other scents in an interesting way to manifest itself in very different forms - spicy, green, fresh, minty, or herbaceous - that can suit pretty much every taste pallet. Perfumers find Lavender as an interesting addition for the reason that when mixed with certain fragrances, its fragrance can be pushed to be either 'minty and cool' or 'herbaceous and spicy'.

It pairs well both with fresh and herbaceous aromas such as Clary Sage, Rosemary, Pine, and Sage, and softer and sweeter aromas such as Bergamot, Ylang Ylang, Patchouli, and Neroli.

Aroma: Floral, Sweet, Herbaceous, Strong.

Olfactory family: Fern (called Fougère in French)

Note: Middle note

Strength of aroma: Medium

Perfumes used in: Jo Malone Londer Amber & Lavender Cologne, Lavender Eau de Cologne (by L’Occitane en Provence), La Nuit de l’Homme (by Yves Saint Laurent), Lovely (by Sarah Jessica Parker), Fougère Royale by Houbigant

Caution and Safety


• Keep out of reach of children 

• Read any precautions and instructions on inside label carefully before use

• Consult your doctor or certified aromatherapist for any specific wellness use, use during pregnancy, or use together with any medication

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Disclaimer: The information on this page is for educational purposes only. For any specific health or wellness benefit, consult a certified aromatherapist or a medical practitioner. The product is not intended to treat, cure, or prevent any specific health condition.


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