Organic Lavender Essential Oil by Bella Reina (.35oz)
Organic Lavender Essential Oil by Bella Reina is 100% Organic and our most popular essential oil that has many benefits and uses. It has a long list of applications, ranging from cosmetics to well-being remedies. It is suitable for all skin types and is considered a cell re-generator that is used to prevent scarring, stretch marks, and to slow the development of wrinkles. Lavender Essential Oil uses are numerous, as it may also improve sleep quality and promote relaxation in people with sleeping disorders, such as insomnia, by slowing down the nervous system and elevating mood.
It is also known to moisturize dry scalp and hair. Aromatherapists use it to treat rheumatism, sprains, respiratory problems, abdominal cramps, depression, insomnia, tension-related problems, burns, sun-damaged skin, and other various types of skin infections. It is also effective in treating headaches, and migraines.
Essential oils have been used as well-being remedies for many generations. Over the years, many people have benefited from lavender essential oil uses as naturally soothing and calming abilities. The use of quality essential oils continues to grow in popularity as a result of its valuable organic purposes. Our organic lavender essential oil is loaded with health and beauty bonuses for anyone to enjoy.
Lavender Essential Oil Uses
The health benefit and uses of lavender oil are so numerous, we will only list a few. That being said, when you go to buy lavender oil, you will want to make sure that it is organic and of a therapeutic grade.
Sleep: Lavender works amazingly well to relax and help induce sleep. Many with insomnia put lavender on their pillows to help with their sleep. Other ways to use the oil for sleep include inhalation and using a diffuser for the bedroom. Because lavender has such amazing abilities to improve sleep, it is sometimes imitated. Note that only a therapeutic essential oil will work for sleep.
Tension and Stress:One of the top lavender essential oil uses is for tension and stress. At Bella Reina Spa, the #1 asked for oils with an aromatherapy massage is lavender. Why? The aroma of lavender is calming. When it is inhaled, it actually can increase brain activity and reduce anxiety. Many studies have been conducted with stress and lavender as it impacts the nervous system to not only remove anxiety, but increases mental acuity.
Skin Irritations and Burns: The father of modern aromatherapy, Rene Gattefosse, learned first hand the lavender essential oil uses when he burned his hand. The burn healed after applying lavender and he went on the publish a book in the early 1900's on the benefits of lavender oil. Burns and minor skin irritations respond well to the application of the oil as it soothes irritations, minor scrapes and burns. You will not want to apply to open wounds as it will burn.
Dermatitis, Eczema: Many common skin conditions like ringworm, dermatitis, and eczema will all benefit from the application of lavender. Mixed with a carrier oil like jojoba, lavender can provide relief from itching and the dryness.
Acne: When it comes to acne, lavender essential oil uses are too numerous to mention (needs a blog post). Not only can it reduce the scarring from acne, it also helps with the actual healing. If used on a regular basis, the oil helps to prevent the acne bacteria, helps to regulate the over secretion of sebum (oil), and helps to reduce the redness and inflammation.
Benefits of Lavender Oil
Lavender oil has been used on such skin disorders and inflammations such as:
It may also help form scar tissue on:
As with all therapeutic oils, pregnant and breastfeeding women should avoid using lavender essential oil.
Certified Organic, Flower, Bulgaria
For aromatherapy use like oil Burners, Quick inhalation, diffusers, Baths, Gargles, and Therapeutic Massage. For all other lavender essential oil uses, carefully dilute with a carrier oil such as jojoba, grapeseed, olive or almond oil prior to use. Please consult an essential oil book or other professional reference source for suggested dilution ratios.