Nur by Juggun Kazim Lavender Oil has a rich floral scent that is somewhat fruitier, mellower, and less camphoraceous. It is the perfect moisturizer that helps make your skin smooth and soft. Add the oil to an aromatherapy diffuser or vaporizer to enjoy its aromatic properties.
Lavender essential oil is one of the most popular and versatile essential oils used in aromatherapy. Distilled from the plant Lavandula angustifolia, the oil promoted relaxation and was believed to treat anxiety, fungal infections, allergies, depression, insomnia, Eczema, nausea, and menstrual cramps.
Lavender has a therapeutic scent that is ultra-soothing. Since ancient times, it has been known for its fragrance and used in aromatherapy, skincare, and hair care formulations. Lavender Oil is thin, clear, and colorless to pale yellow liquid. When it comes to dry & itchy Skin, our steam distilled lavender oil is the perfect moisturizer as it helps make your skin smooth and soft.
Lavender Oil as an Essential Ingredient in Products
When it comes to producing handmade cosmetics, there is no product without lavender essential oil as an ingredient. It has antibacterial properties, mild to each dehydrated and greasy Skin, and treating conditions such as muscle aches, insomnia, headaches, burns, bug bites, Eczema, psoriasis, and acne.
Here are some tips for using lavender in handmade cosmetics:
- Salts, Ointments, and Balms
Lavender is mixed with neem seed oil or comfrey root powder, which gives you a salt that treats insect bites, scratches, burns, and even diaper rash. Addition of cinnamon and cloves to the pain treating muscle as rub ointment. Use this oil as a natural treatment to help chapped hands or as a balm that reduces sleepiness and ends your headaches.
- Use of Lavender Oil on My Hair
Mix lavender oil for hair with apple cider, vinegar, and herbs to rinse for normal to dry hair. You can also try combing with extracts of jojoba and oats with rosemary, peppermint, and lavender essential oils, which produce a very effective scalp oil treatment.
- Lavender Oil for Skin
Add lavender oil for the skin as a toner, face cream, and body lotions to fight acne or dry skin conditions. It mixed with dehydrated lavender shoots, Dead Sea salt, Epsom salt, and powdered milk makes for a beautiful salt recipe.
- Lavender Oil Soaps
Go for the addition of tea tree and lavender oil for soap to make dense, melt it, and pour soap base along with pumice (sprinkled at the lowest of your soap mold) for a deodorizing and exfoliating soap bar.
Lavender Oil treating Fungal Infections
The lavender essential oil can be highly effective in treating fungal-resistant infections. Lavender plant extracts are lethal to various strains that can cause skin disease. Lavandula genus of the lavender plant is considered to destroy the fungal cells that attack your body. It was proved by the study that lavender essential oil works as a potent antifungal compound that shows its antifungal property on a broad spectrum.
So, if you want to end your hassle and eliminate this fungus that can cause many skin problems, you should go and get your lavender essential oil.
Lavender Oil in Anxiety Disorder
Anxiety is terrible, and it can destroy your mental peace. Are you tired of it? You do not need to worry about this anxiety issue anymore. You can get your mental peace back with the aid of lavender essential oil.
Lavender Oil might Treat Premenstrual Emotional Symptoms
A premenstrual period is emotional due to all the complex hormones in the female body. Those hormones give you mood swings and other emotional consequences. But you can work to reduce these premenstrual emotional issues. You can do this by adding one natural component called lavender essential oil.