Definitions for "Lavender essential oil"
Oils extracted from the flowers of Lanandula angustifolia. Lavender is mildly antiseptic, healing and therapeutic for asthma, respiratory problems, muscle spasms, skin problems (burns, itching, scars, wounds, psoriasis), insomnia, exhaustion, and nervousness. Relaxing and calming. One of the few essential oils that can be safely applied to the skin without dilution.
this is a time-proven favourite. Along with its wonderful scent, lavender has antiseptic and anti-bacterial properties, and is useful in soothing eczema, sunburn, and other irritating skin conditions. It is beneficial for all skin types. As used in aromatherapy, it is said to uplift one's spirits, and relieve tension. We feel hardly enough can be said about lavender. (found in these soaps: Floral Oatmeal, Fresh Scents, Gardener's Friend, Lavender & Hemp, Peppermint Plus, Rosewood & Lavender, Spicy Lavender)
Obtained from lavender flowers, this oil has a fresh floral scent and many skin care benefits. It is said to be helpful for acne, psoriasis, eczema, burns, cuts, scars, and dandruff. It is also reported to relieve headaches, migraines, and insomnia. Its insect repellent qualities help to keep mosquitoes at bay.