Lavender is one of the most fragrant flowers in the world, and is known both for its looks and aroma. The oil extracted from its petals thus carries a great scent that can be extremely healing. In sync with the light purple colour, the oil is very clear and of very low viscosity. The essential ingredients in it are extremely easily digestible, thus allowing the oil to be massaged and used for calming aromatherapy. Mostly the oil is applied externally on skin for massage as well as fragrance, but it is also used for making body sprays and scents, especially in ladies’ perfumes.
· Lavender oil is anti-depressant, and calms the mind and the body by its aroma as well as the easily soluble essential ingredients.
· It is also ant-septic and saves the skin from infections, if applied regularly.
· It is also used as an expectorant to reduce and control cough and cold.
· It also has analgesic properties.
Constituents – The oil consists of some of the most skin friendly ingredients that are easily soluble and digestible even across the skin. It has monoterpenols, terpene esters, monoterpenes, terpenoid oxides, sesquiterpenes and ketones that have high medicinal, anti-septic and therapeutic values.
Blends with – Lavender oil is crystal clear with very low viscosity. It can be easily blended with similar therapeutic oils like rose extract oil, sandalwood oil, jasmine, honeysuckle or juniper oil, for aromatherapy, in which the oil is widely used. It is also blended for use externally on skin for achieving glow and a healthy look.
|Product Code||SVA - 145|
|Botanical Name||Lavandula Officinalis|
|Methods of Extraction||Steam Distillation Process|
|Color & Odor||Clear in Color & Light Fresh Aroma|
|Country of Origin||All Over The Globe|
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