We are wholesale suppliers and exporters of :- Lavender Oil
A perennial shrub growing to 1m, with spikes of violet-blue flowers
extending above the foliage.
Volatile oil containing over 40 constituents, including linyalyl acetate,
cineole, linalool, nerol, borneol, Flavonoids, Tannis, Coumarins.
Research also suggests Lavender Oil has a balancing, harmonising effect on
the emotions and also on the skin making it excellent for use in cosmetics
and toiletries where it balances the production of sebum from the oil glands
making it beneficial for dry or oily skins for psoriasis, acne, eczema,
seborrhoea and spots. It is also credited with cell-rejuvenating properties.
Lavender Oil is also recognised as being an excellent treatment for burns of
any kind, apply a small amount, neat, to the burn area for relief and
healing. Lavender Oil should be kept out of reach of children at all times,
and should never be taken internally.
Lavender has all the traditional uses of a herb and many reported uses as a
therapeutic agent in aromatherapy etc. Fresh lavender bunches - used in
craftwork to produce wreaths, lavender wands and floral arrangements that
are then dried Dried lavender bunches - for decoration, and hung in closets
as linen insect repellents Stripped dried lavender flowers - traditionally
used as pot-pourri, and in sachets as a moth deterrent and drawer freshener
Lavender essential oil has been used to:
Lavender oil can be used in cosmetic bases to provide natural perfume and
aromatherapy benefits. It is used extensively to perfume products in the
soap and cleaning industries The aromatic oil is used in toilet water,
cologne, and perfume. Lavender also is used in bath products and
stimulating, cleansing facial steams. It is said to repel mosquitoes. It can
flavor vinegars and jellies. Decorative uses include floral arrangements,
wreaths, and wands. Lavender is said to have some medicinal qualities.
Massage - the most used essential oil in the
aromatherapy industry is lavender Perfume - lavender essential oil is and
has been for more than 150 years, a base fragrance for the perfume industry.
Sunburn - a solution of lavender water can be
sprayed onto the reddened skin.
After Shave - Lavender Dew is most refreshing.
The best known active components in lavender are geraniol, cineole and
coumarin. These ingredients have a strong cleansing and germicidal effect
and are believed to be particularly valuable for the treatment of
inflammatory conditions and pain. Lavender also brings swift relief from
digestive problems and various skin irritations.
Research indicates anti-inflammatory, analgesic properties useful in cases
of arthritis, rheumatism, muscular aches, pains and sports injuries.
Calming, relaxing properties soothe stress, used in the evening bath, added
as the water is running, or on the pillow will help to induce sleep.
The wound healing properties make it an excellent application in all cases
of external injuries, promoting healing, while the antiseptic properties
disinfect the area, as a room spray it kills airborne germs. It can also be
soothing if applied to insect bites or stings.