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Kate Topliff

Rediscovering LavenderPhoto of bottle of Lavendar Oil

Lavender is one essential oil that can be used in every home, and this month it's all about rediscovering its many uses! Young Living's lavender is a more natural alternative to many store-bought products, and once you begin using it around the house you'll wonder how you ever survived without it.

One of the first natural remedies to be reintroduced to Western culture, today lavender is used for everything from calming the mind to soothing irritated skin. Here are a few quick and easy ways to incorporate its benefits into your daily routine:

• Massage lavender into the back of the neck or bottom of the feet
for relaxation.
• Add a few drops of lavender to your bath water for a relaxing soak.
• Diffuse lavender before bed to quiet the mind and prepare for sleep.

• Soothe minor burns by applying 2–3 drops to the affected area.
• Rub several drops onto the scalp area to help soothe minor irritations.
• Reduce or minimize scar tissue by massaging it on or around affected areas.
• Apply 2–3 drops to relieve itching and soothe skin.

You may have seen other lavender-like products that promise the same benefits as true lavender essential oil. However, these synthetic products merely duplicate the aroma of lavender, and cannot offer the health-enhancing benefits of Young Living Therapeutic Grade™ lavender.

We offer a full line of safe, effective skincare products, each an ideal alternative to the perfume-grade lavender found elsewhere:

• Lavender Volumizing Shampoo
• Lavender Volumizing Conditioner
• Lavender Rosewood Bar Soap
• LavaDerm Cooling Mist
• Lavender Hand & Body Lotion
• Lavender Lip Balm
• Lavender Bath & Shower Gel

Order Young Living's lavender products today and start your path to a more natural life!

Did you know…
• That the benefits of lavender essential oil date all the way back to Ancient
• That a study at the Chiba University Graduate School of Medicine in Japan
suggests that, "Lavender aromatherapy has relaxation effects?"
• That lavender has the Latin name lavare, which means "to wash"?
• Young Living grows its own lavender at farms in Utah, Idaho, France, and
• That lavender blends well with other essential oils like cedarwood, clary sage,
and geranium?
• That Shakespeare grew lavender in his garden and spoke of it in his writings,
including a recipe for a lavender tea in The Winter's Tale?


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