Lavender - Lavandula augustifolia essential oil is the world's most loved essential oil and for good reason - it smells like heaven and has the profound ability to relax body and mind, restore tissue, relieve pain, purify the air, sanitize hands, smooth skin, soften hair, level blood sugar, ease allergy symptoms and help tired souls sleep. In this fast-paced world of ours, a bottle of Lavender should be in every home and everyone should know how to use it. Start by teaching your kids about its soothing properties, apply a dab to their hands before they leave the house for school. The trace of fragrance will remind them of home and lift their spirits not to mention, sanitize their little hands.
Daily uses for Lavender Salve:
Lavender Origin - Bulgaria
Shelf life for CW Salve is approximately 12 months.
Remember, coconut oil will melt at 76 degrees, store in a cool place for best results.
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Lavender is one of my favorite scents. Love it🙏‼️🙏
Compliments well with the lavender oil at bedtime.
There are so many excellent uses for lavender! Today after sweeping 2” of pollen off my back porch my eyes were itching like crazy. I remembered reading here about using Lavender salve to ease itchy eyes. So, I tried it and it worked! Within minutes my eyes began to feel better. So much so, I was able to sit on my porch and read my book, just like I planned. Thank you, Camp Wander!
I love how this smells and helps to clear up infections on my skin. I mix it with Cbd cream and rub it on my feet and my arthritis spots on my knee and neck. I love ❤️ it.
I am always pleased with any purchase. I find the convenience of salves easy to use, layer and very lasting. No more having to purchase and store oils, measuring, melting, etc. So convenient to order from Camp Wander.
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