Lavender Oil

Lavender oil is a popular essential oil derived from the flowers of the lavender plant, scientifically known as Lavandula Angustifolia. With its enchanting floral scent and versatile properties, lavender oil has been cherished for centuries for its various uses in aromatherapy, skincare, and beyond.

The captivating aroma of lavender oil has made it a staple in the fragrance industry, where it is used in perfumes, soaps, and candles. Its soothing and calming scent is often associated with relaxation and stress relief, making it a cherished choice for creating tranquil atmospheres.

Beyond its pleasant fragrance, lavender oil is renowned for its potential health benefits. It is widely used in aromatherapy to promote relaxation, alleviate anxiety, and improve sleep quality. Its calming properties also make it beneficial in reducing feelings of restlessness and promoting a sense of well-being.

Product Specifications

Specification Details
Botanical Name Lavandula angustifolia / Lavandula officinalis
Materials Used Leaves and Flowers/Buds
Color & Odour Colorless to yellow liquid@ charecteristic odor - Lavender odour
Methods of Extraction Steam Distillation
Constituents Linalool, Linalyl acetate, Ocimene
Specific Gravity 0.920 - 0.980 @ 25°C
Acid index not more than 1 mg KOH/g oil
Specification Details
Optical Rotation -3º to -10º @ 20°C
Flash Point 182.00°F. TCC ( 83.33°C. )
Boiling Point 204.00°C. @ 760.00 mm Hg
Refractive Index 1.459-1.470 @ 20.00 °C
Density 0.875-0.888 g/mL at 25 °C
Shelf Life Two years
Solubility Soluble in Water

The Health Benefits of Lavender Oil

It’s important to note that while lavender oil is generally considered safe for most people, some individuals may have sensitivities or allergies.

It’s recommended to perform a patch test before using it topically and to consult with a healthcare professional, especially if you have any underlying medical conditions or are taking medications.

In addition to its therapeutic uses, lavender oil can be enjoyed in culinary applications. It is occasionally used to add a delicate floral flavor to baked goods, beverages, and even savory dishes.

Lavender oil is widely recognized for its calming and relaxing effects. Inhaling its aroma or using it in aromatherapy can help reduce stress, anxiety, and promote a sense of calmness. It may also aid in improving sleep quality and reducing insomnia.

The scent of lavender oil has been shown to have mood-enhancing properties. It may help alleviate symptoms of depression and promote a more positive and balanced emotional state.

Topical application of lavender oil, when properly diluted, can provide relief from minor pains and aches. It has analgesic properties that may help soothe muscle soreness, headaches, and joint discomfort.

Lavender oil is beneficial for the skin due to its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It can be used topically to soothe various skin conditions such as acne, eczema, psoriasis, and minor burns. Additionally, it may help in reducing redness, irritation, and promoting faster wound healing.

How to Use Lavender Oil?

  1. Sleep Aid: Prior to sleep, apply a diluted mixture of lavender oil and carrier oil to your wrists, temples, or the soles of your feet. The soothing scent can help promote a restful night’s sleep.

  2. DIY Skincare: Incorporate lavender oil into your skincare routine by adding a few drops to your moisturizer, serum, or face mask. This can help soothe and nourish the skin while enjoying the calming properties of lavender oil.

  3. Topical Application: Lavender oil can be applied topically to the skin after diluting it with carrier oil. This method is suitable for targeting specific areas of the body, such as temples for headache relief or applying to minor skin irritations. Remember to perform a patch test on a small area of skin before applying it more extensively.

  4. Bath: Add a few drops of lavender oil to your bathwater for a luxurious and calming bath experience. The warm water will help release the aroma, creating a soothing atmosphere and promoting relaxation.

  5. Inhalation: For immediate relief from stress or headaches, put a drop or two of lavender oil onto a tissue or cotton ball and inhale deeply. This method is convenient and can be done on the go.

Precautions And Considerations​

While lemongrass oil is generally safe for most people, it’s important to keep the following precautions in mind:

  1. Perform a patch test before using lemongrass oil topically to check for any potential skin sensitivities.
  2. Consult a healthcare professional before using lemongrass oil during pregnancy or if you have any underlying medical conditions.
  3. Always dilute lemongrass oil with a carrier oil before applying it to the skin to prevent irritation.
  4. Keep lemongrass oil out of reach of children and pets.
  5. Store lemongrass oil in a cool, dark place to preserve its potency and extend its shelf life.

Why choose SPB International Pvt Ltd?

SPB International Pvt Ltd is committed to providing high-quality lavender oil. They ensure that their oil is sourced from reputable suppliers and undergoes rigorous testing to meet quality standards. This ensures that you receive a pure and authentic product.

We are known for our dedication to organic and sustainable practices. We prioritize sourcing lavender from farms that follow organic farming methods, without the use of harmful chemicals or pesticides. This commitment to sustainability contributes to the overall quality and purity of their lavender oil.

SPB International Pvt Ltd operates with integrity and transparency. They provide detailed information about their sourcing practices, production methods, and quality control measures. This transparency allows customers to make informed decisions and trust the authenticity of the lavender oil they purchase.

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