Wellness

Natural Beauty: Improve Your Mood and Skin With Pure Lavender Oil

Lavender Essential Oil Rhada Beauty
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* Therapeutic grade Bulgarian lavender oil
* Convenient dropper for dispensing evenly
* No additives or fillers

While there are hundreds of different types of essential oils available on the market, the most widely used is lavender essential oil. Lavender essential oils have several different uses and are associated with a variety of health and skin benefits, in addition to some common household hacks. It has long been used as a natural yet, potent remedy to calm the nerves through inhalation (aromatherapy) and thus promote greater relaxation, reduce insomnia and improve overall mood.

Applied topically, lavender essential oil has been shown to improve the effects caused by skin conditions including eczema, insect bites and dehydrated skin. Lavender oil is also beloved for its appealing fragrance. It can be used as an additive to soaps and shampoos, or dropped in the trashcan to help eliminate odors.

However, in order to reap the full benefits that lavender essential oil has to offer, the product must be therapeutic grade, or 100% pure lavender essential oil. Unfortunately, many products on the market (including those stocked in your local health food store) often contain weakened versions of lavender, diluted by additives and other ingredients that ultimately reduce potency of the product.

To ensure you are getting the best quality of lavender oil, we suggest giving Radha Beauty’s 100% Pure Therapeutic Grade Hungarian Lavender Essential Oil a try. This generously sized 4-ounce bottle is also equipped with a convenient dropper, ensuring even dispensary and preventing spills. Because Rhada Beauty’s lavender oil is 100% pure, you can use directly on the skin without the concern of irritation or breakouts.

Use it during a massage, put a few drops in the bath, or mix it with your body wash. You can also use it in your favorite diffuser or mix it with water to mist your sheets. Another idea: dab some on your forehead or behind the ears to create a relaxing, lightly scented experience.

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