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Lavender is one of the most useful skin care oils. Although it has excellent antiseptic properties, it is also very mild to the skin. Lavender has been used as an ingredient in cosmetics for centuries and its effects have been well tried and tested.
Scientific research supports Lavender use for:
Relaxation, sleep & improved mood, pain control, wound care, and skin irritation.

I want to share with you this wonderful recipe that you can make at home if you have dry skin:

Here are a few suggestions for products
that contain lavender oils:

A blend of grapeseed, jojoba and wheat germ oils moisturise the skin. Absorbs quickly and imparts a velvety feel to the skin. Free of parabens, phthaletes, propylene glycol and mineral oil.
Trilogy cream cleanser contains over 1/2 a bottle of Trilogy's certified organic rosehip oil and other nutritious goodies such as evening primrose oil, jojoba, almond, lavender oil and carrot oil. It softens and cares for skin while cleansing, leaving skin feeling smoother, softer and beautifully refreshed.
Formulated without harsh sulfates (they use orange blossom instead), it's the perfect preparation for your skin, morning and night.
Formulated with soothing lavender essential oil. Provides antiseptic & comforting properties. Combines moisturizing & nourishing effects of Shea Butter. Lightweight & easily absorbed into skin.
Kneipp Thermal Spring Lavender Bath Salt is made with pure and natural thermal brine salt and potent Lavender essential oil.
Helps to combat mental and physical fatigue.


Lavender tea can be beneficial in calming anxiety and nervousness and easing insomnia, according to Tea Benefits. It may also lift the mood and relieve stress. Migraine headaches and depression may also be helped by lavender tea.

What you need:

-1 green tea bag (or more depending on how strong you like your tea)

-1 Sprig of lavender blossoms

-2 cups of water

-Brown sugar (or your preference of sweetener- honey and agave nectar are good options, too)

What you do:

-Wash Lavender sprig.

-Remove flowers into the boiling water (the fresher the flowers the less you need) or use a tea strainer if available.

-Let lavender sit in boiling hot water for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally.

-After 5 minutes, put the green tea bag into the pot and let absorb.

-Pour tea into cup, using a strainer or large spoon to strain out excess flowers.

-Use brown sugar or agave nectar for sweetener (optional).


You can also purchase ready-made bagged or bulk teas
that contain lavender:


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