Origin : France
Format: 15 ml
- For (local) application on a very small body surface, apply 1 to 2 pure drops on a sting, scratch, burn, or acne pimples.
- For skin application, dilute 1 ml of tea tree essential oil in 25 ml of vegetable oil or lotion to obtain a final dilution of 4%, apply this dilution to the affected area 2 to 3 times a day.
- In the bath, dilute 15 drops of essential oil in 15 ml of bubble bath (about 1 capful) for a relaxing, calming and soothing bath.
- In air diffusion, the atmospheric diffusion of lavender essential oil soothes the mind and gently calms the restless little ones before bedtime.
Scent : Lavender flowers with a hint of camphor
Hybrid between true lavender and wild lavender. Lavandin was discovered by chance and was cultivated from the 1930s. Lavandin is the most widely cultivated species today, because its flower is more productive in essential oil than true lavender. On the other hand, its essence has a poorer olfactory quality, and is used in industrial perfumery. Over the years, several varieties of this hybrid have been selected and reproduced by cuttings. The most cultivated varieties today are lavandin grosso and lavandin super.
- Healing and vulnerary
- Calming and relaxing
Relieves muscle contractures, cramps, migraine, insomnia, anxiety and stress. This oil promotes the healing of wounds, burns and dermatosis.