Why will you love Lavender essential oil?

  1.  It can help you find your Zen. Lavender promotes feelings of calm, and it fights occasional nervous tension. It supports a worry-free outlook and has a relaxing and calming aroma.
  2. Lavender is a wonderful essential oil for your skin and hair! It cleanses and soothes minor skin irritations, reduces the appearance of blemishes, and it’s soothing to the skin after a day in the sun. Complement your beauty routine by adding Lavender to unscented lotions, creams, and moisturizers.
  3. It supports aging skin and enhances the appearance of a youthful complexion.
  4. Lavender is super versatile! If you are new to oils or aren’t sure what to use when, Lavender is always a good choice. It has been called the “Swiss army knife” of oils for its many benefits.
  5.  Lavender is a very gentle oil and is great to use on children! Make sure to dilute when needed.
  6.  It can enhance your bedtime routine! Diffuse Lavender in your room for the perfect relaxing environment, add a few drops to your warm bath after a long day, or add a few drops to pillows, bedding, or bottoms of feet at bedtime.
  7. It will refresh your space. Freshen your linen closet, mattress, or car by combining Lavender with water in a glass spray bottle and spritzing over surfaces.
  8. It can be added to organic wool dryer balls to add a fresh scent to your laundry.
Did you know?

Young Living also offers Lavender Vitality™ essential oil. This oil is specially labeled so you and your family can enjoy the benefits of Lavender essential oil internally.

The difference between Lavender Vitality and Lavender essential oil is simply the labeling and recommended usage. The essential oil in the Vitality product line is the same 100 percent pure essential oil as the topical/aromatic counterpart. Lavender Vitality is labeled for dietary use and is the appropriate product to use when sharing dietary uses with others.

Try adding Lavender Vitality to your favorite drink, putting it in a veggie capsule, or baking with it!

There are about 30 different species of lavender that are grown and harvested in countries all over the globe. Historically, the lavender plant has been used for 2,500 years and was even found in the tombs of the Egyptians. Research also shows that the Romans and Greeks used lavender as perfume and to clean their clothing. Today, lavender is a common ingredient in many perfumes, soaps, fresheners, and beauty products.


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