How to Use Lavender Essential Oil

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Lavender essential oil is considered to be the most versatile of all the essential oils – and one of our favorites.

For our family, this oil is the typical go-to oil for everything from homemade massage oil, calming weighted belts, and even for minor skin irritations, to sneezing and itchy eyes.

Here are 3 reasons why we keep lavender oil on hand at our house. (This post contains affiliate/distributor links.)

how to use Lavender Essential Oil

how to use Lavender Essential Oil

How to use Lavender Essential Oils

Skin Irritation: Razor burn? Lavender is your friend! Apply directly to the rash or mix 10 drops with 2 tablespoons of baking soda and 2 cups of warm water, then sponge onto rash (add a drop or two of peppermint oil as well). Once the water on the skin evaporates, it may help with itching relief. You can also mix with aloe vera or coconut oil to soothe the skin.

Seasonal Ickiness: Lavender can help support seasonal respiratory health. Simply add 3 drops of lavender, 3 drops lemon, and 3 drops of peppermint oil into a diffuser or an essential oil roll-on bottle. You can also diffuse the mixture or apply to the nape of your neck.

Sleep & Calming: Sleep? We all could use a lot more of that saving grace, right? Lavender is known for its calming properties and people find that it helps them to sleep easier at night. Put a drop or two on your pillow, apply to the pads of your big toes or get an essential oil diffuser for your room at bedtime. You can also diffuse it to help calm the atmosphere on difficult days when the kids are fighting or anyone is feeling restless.

Many people take a whiff of lavender straight from the bottle before going into difficult situations to help them feel more at ease. It is also a great oil to add to bath water for both children and adults.

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Essential Oil Uses

Lavender essential oil is a great oil for mixing with other oils, but is also great alone.

The key to using essential oils is to apply them frequently in small amounts. You will find that one drop goes a very long way, and that sometimes adding the essential oil to a carrier oil (such as coconut, jojoba, almond, or olive oil) will help spread the essential oil over larger portions of the body without minimizing its effectiveness.

If you were alone on an island with just one bottle of essential oil, lavender would be your best bet!

Another great way to use lavender is in a diffuser. I love how relaxing lavender makes me feel when I diffuse it in my office or bedroom. And if you are looking for a diffuser, you can’t go wrong with this diffuser selection.

One of my favorites is the Portable USB Ultrasonic Aroma Diffuser and Humidifier that I can move from room to room!

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