One of the earliest known uses of lavender was in soap. In fact, the word “lavender” is thought to be derived from the Latin word “lavandula,” which in turn comes from the Latin verb “lavare,” meaning “to wash.”
Lavender oil is an aromatic herb that has been touted to have aromatherapy benefits on mood.
The fresh floral scent of the essential oil, and of the fresh or dried flowers and buds, is used in aromatherapy because of its calming effects, helping to reduce stress and promote relaxation and sleep. Using soap or body wash made with lavender essential oil, lavender flowers, or both can be a healthy, calming, and aromatic way to start the day -- and you’ll smell good, too!
Please use caution when using essential or fragrance oil based products if you have sensitive skin. If you are concerned about allergies, we recommend testing a small patch of skin with the product. We welcome all questions in our contact form via email.
We do not intend to treat, cure, or heal any medical condition through the use of our products.Please consult your doctor if you are pregnant or nursing, or have a medical condition that requires professional consultation. We do however have recommendations for those who may have skin sensitivities or problematic skin.