Updated: May 5, 2020
Lavender essential oil has been used for medicinal purposes throughout the centuries. The most common uses are for stress, anxiety, and insomnia. In this short post, I will address the best ways to use lavender essential oil. I will also discuss the benefits of Lavender essential oil.
1). Bath Salts:
Lavender oil can benefit the skin in numerous ways. It can calm skin inflammation due to its antifungal properties, lighten the skin, and reduce the signs of maturity. Lavender can soothe skin irritation, and relive dry, itchy, scaly skin that is associated with inflammation. Bath Salts that contain lavender oil is an excellent way to receive these benefits. Lavender is both natural and organic and bath salts are commonly made with lavender essential oil.
2). Linen Spray: A linen spray can be used on sheets, as a pillow mist, and on fabric and couches. I spray on my towels to freshen up them. Employing a linen spray may help induce sleep and can aid in improving the quality of sleep. A lavender linen spray, even when utilized as a pillow mist, can assist you in relaxation and reducing anxiety, nervousness, and sleeplessness.
3). Room Spray: The scent of Lavender is known to be calming and balancing, so spray a little in your room at bedtime creates a relaxing environment.
4). Bathroom Spray: Lavender oil has disinfecting qualities and can freshen and brighten up your bathroom. Lavender oil can be used on towels and to eliminate odors.
5). Quiet Nerves: Whether you are using lavender oil in the bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, or on linens, each usage shares a commonality, and that’s undeniable. Lavender essential quiets soothe and calms the nerves. Using lavender oil is a fantastic way to create a relaxing atmosphere.