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Its skin care benefits are truly amazing…


We all know lavender essential oil for its power to soothe our shattered nerves, and gently lull us into a calming sleep. But did you know that part of its multipurpose magic is how much it can help your skin?

Lavender essential oil boasts powerful anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antioxidant and antibacterial properties that together offer more benefits for your skin than you realize.

Got oily skin and acne? Or are you suffering from acne scars, age spots or hyperpigmentation problems? And what about dry, rough or itchy skin? Or unwanted wrinkles and sagging aging skin? And distressing skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis or rosacea? Lavender essential oil can help. It can even soothe the worse sunburn and help treat minor wounds and insect bites.

One of the most versatile of all essential oils, lavender calms, soothes, nourishes, treats, detoxifies, and rebuilds collagen while promoting healing and overall skin health. Its small molecular structure helps it penetrate deep into the skin so supporting healing from the inside out.

Here’s how to make the most of the benefits of lavender essential oil to help your skin…


Even though it sounds counter intuitive, using an oil to treat oily and blemish-prone skin can be a real face saviour.

Many people with problem skin try and get rid of all their excess oil by using harsh stripping products. The skin becomes too dry and over compensates by producing even more oil, leading to clogged pores. Together with the acne p. bacteria, this creates the perfect conditions for a breakout.

Lavender essential oil can actually help by regulating the skin’s oil production and in doing so, keeps the moisture barrier well balanced so that the skin stays perfectly moisturized and doesn’t dry out.

And just like traditional anti-acne products, lavender essential oil is able to kill off the bacteria that penetrate your pores as well as soothe inflammation, so is an ideal natural solution to not only treating acne outbreaks but also help keep them at bay. In fact, a study found that a concentration of 0,25% lavender oil killed off the acne p. bacteria in about 5 minutes.

Studies also suggest that in times of increased stress and anxiety, people often experience breakouts. It is believed that the increase in acne may be due to higher levels of sebum that are produced in times of stress. Because lavender oil is a powerful stress reliever and helps you relax, it can also reduce stress induced acne.


If you suffer either from dry, chapped skin or itchiness caused by eczema or insect bites, it’s time to add lavender essential oil to your routine for some much-needed relief.

As lavender essential oil does an excellent job of regulating and balancing your skin’s moisture barrier, it actually prevents it from turning too dry. The skin needs oil to stay well moisturized and keep healthy, soft and smooth.

Massage some aromatic lavender body lotion into those dry spots to promote, smoother itch-free skin. And keep some luxurious lavender hand cream around to regularly moisturize and nourish your hands throughout the day.


As a potent anti-inflammatory, lavender oil also calms and soothes the skin, especially chapped and dry skin on the hands and arms, and when you have been bitten by an insect. And together with its anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties, it can be a very effective natural treatment to help speed up skin healing and to relieve and ease the itching that comes with eczema.

Lavender can be especially helpful for those people who are sensitive to prescription creams, as it is one of the gentlest essential oils around. However, you should always check with your doctor before starting a new treatment, especially if you’re already using medication for eczema.


Lavender essential oil has exceptional anti-inflammatory properties. It helps treat acne scars and age spots by calming and soothing the skin, plus it promotes the lightening and brightening of the skin. It’s antioxidant powers also help repair skin damaged by scarring or hyperpigmentation.

Pigmentation occurs when the melanin in the skin clusters into spots or patches. This could be due to genes (freckles), trauma or inflammation of the skin (acne scars) hormones (melasma aka the pregnancy mask) or age (with hormonal changes, excess UV exposure, pollution, etc) - or a combination of these.

Acne scars are different from those caused by cuts and wounds. Caused by inflammation which runs deep into the skin, the post inflammatory hyperpigmentation leaves angry red or dark spots on the face. Lavender is one of the top essential oils to treat acne scars as it inhibits inflammation and also speeds up the skin’s regenerative process by helping to rebuild collagen and elastin. It’s best used early on in the treatment of scars, and results can be seen in as little as a week.

Lavender’s powerful calming and healing qualities also help minimize and lighten the appearance of age spots, sunspots and other pigmentation marks when used consistently over a period of time. Try mixing lavender and frankincense essential oils and apply just before you go to sleep. You can also help keep those aging sun spots on your hands at bay by regularly using a lavender infused hand cream.

Plus, when used on a regular basis, lavender essential oil’s anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits can help lighten and brighten the skin to ensure you always have a gorgeous healthy glow.


Lavender essential oil is not only a potent anti-oxidant and but also helps increase collagen production which makes it ideal for tightening up aging, sagging skin and helping to reduce those fine lines and wrinkles.

The skin is constantly bombarded with free radicals caused by things like the sun, pollution, lack of sleep, stress and illness. Through the process of oxidation, free radicals cause damage to skin cells, which ultimately leads to a breakdown in collagen and elastin. This results in wrinkles, lines, dehydration, premature sagging and loss of youthful volume.

Lavender essential oil’s antioxidant power helps fight off those free radicals that cause oxidative damage and so protects and repairs your skin. One study also showed that lavender oil significantly increased collagen, so improving the skin’s firmness, strength and plumpness.

Lavender’s powerful antioxidative benefits can help detoxify the whole body. Well known to calm the mind and guarantee a good night’s sleep, a hot bath with about 10-15 drops of lavender essential oil can also provide an ultra-detoxifying all-over body treatment for your skin.

Or treat yourself to a lavender bubble bath for glowing skin and a luxe pamper session. Finish off by moisturizing with a lavender infused body lotion for all over firmer, smoother skin. Check out more luxury skin care goodies that will help detoxify and indulge your skin.



Lavender is probably the No 1 essential oil when it comes to healing skin conditions, burns and cuts. With its anti-inflammatory, antifungal, antimicrobial and detoxifying properties, lavender essential oil can help reduce redness, soothe and calm the skin and bring rapid healing to minor cuts and scrapes.

With its calming and inflammation fighting perks, lavender essential oil can be particularly beneficial for both psoriasis and rosacea. Lavender also helps reduce the stress which can trigger psoriasis outbreaks and promotes new skin growth in affected areas, so is a great oil to use as part of the full treatment of the condition. You can also regularly use a lavender infused body lotion or hand cream to help keep your skin calm.

For centuries, people have been using lavender essential oil to clean wounds, treat burns and other skin injuries. Its antiseptic properties help skin to heal faster, while fighting and preventing further infection. When combined with benefit rich aloe vera, it is able to soothe even the most severe sunburn and quickly heal minor wounds by repairing damaged skin tissue - and with less scarring.


The best way to use lavender essential oil on your skin is to apply 2-3 drops directly onto a specific problem area. Or you can combine it with a carrier oil to make your own everyday lavender face and body serum.

Pick a carrier oil for your skin type and add about 10 drops of lavender essential oil for each tablespoon of carrier oil. For a 2-ounce dropper bottle, that means about 40 drops of lavender oil.

If you have sensitive skin, it would be best to avoid direct application and move straight on to diluting your essential oil in a soothing carrier oil.


Oily, acne prone skin - try jojoba oil or grapeseed oil which penetrate the skin quickly, are easily absorbed, won’t clog pores and don’t leave an oily residue.

Combination skin - jojoba oil which is nourishing enough for dry skin but also kind to oily skin. It mimics the skin’s natural sebum and so helps balance oil production.

Dry and mature skin – try argan, rosehip or pomegranate oils all of which provide deep moisture and anti-aging benefits.

Sensitive skin - the best carrier oil needs to be mild. Try sweet almond oil, apricot oil, rosehip oil or jojoba oil. Always patch test the oil on the inside of your upper arm before using.

You can also combine lavender essential oil with un-fragranced creams and lotions for everyday use. For every ounce of lotion or cream, add between 6 and 12 drops of essential oil.

Or, for the ultimate in convenience, indulge in high quality skin care products infused with genuine lavender essential oil.

Lavender oil smells good – it helps you relax by reducing stress and anxiety almost immediately. It’s not only great for your mental well-being, but also has amazing benefits for the skin.

This wonder oil helps keep your skin clear and blemish free, fight the signs of aging, improve the skin’s moisture balance and elasticity, deeply nourish dry skin and calm and soothe a number of skin conditions.

In this era of self-care, it turns out that lavender essential oil is a smart choice to add to your skin care routine and indulge in some comforting pamper time as well...

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Please check with your doctor before using essential oils to treat any medical concerns.

There's a difference between lavender essential oil or lavender oil, which is simply a perfume. If a label does not clearly state that it is an 'essential oil,' then it is not a pure oil and should not be used as suggested.

Although lavender is one of the gentlest essential oils, please use caution when applying directly on the skin because this can cause irritation. Be sure to patch test on the inside of your arm beforehand.