Lavender oil for beauty & sleep

When we hear the word “lavender,” our thoughts might be directed to a romantic shade of light purple, the images of scenic landscapes of beautiful purple fields and the distinctive sweet floral scent. But Lavender is certainly more than all these.

Lavender is a fantastic plant to have around – it looks nice, it smells amazing, just the scent of the flowers will help relax the mind and fill our senses with its tranquil qualities. This is no doubt why Lavendula angustfolia, which is the botanical name for true lavender, is one of the most cherished and super versatile herbs which has an endless list of uses and benefits.  The extracted oil which we called Lavender essential oil is also claimed to be one of the most versatile essential oils in the world and has been used in perfumery and aromatherapy for centuries.

Everyone will agree that one of the most known qualities of Lavender is its ability to help you feel calmed and relaxed. One sniff of its sweet, floral scent is enough to change your mood for the better and help you feel calm and settled. These balanced and valuable benefits only derived from Lavender essential oil which is distilled from the woody stems and blueish Lavender flowers.


Lavender oil is lauded for its anti-oxidant, anti-microbial, anti-depressive and anti-inflammatory properties and recognized for its floral, sedating, relaxing scent and mild woodsy undertones. It is so beloved for its appealing scent and calming effects and for centuries, it has been widely used for health and wellness, skincare, hair care products, perfumes and herbal remedies.

Lavender is so often used as an aromatherapy tool for anxiety and sleep problems, to improve mood and relieve stress. Also, primarily used in lotions and creams for skin and hair treatments, as well as to treat wounds and pain.  Lavender is even brewed into teas and infusions as it is packed with healthy compounds that can boost your immune system.

Here are some of the favourite ways to incorporate Lavender oil in your daily life:-



Suffer with headaches or migraines ? Use a cold-compress with a few drops of Lavender Essential Oil and apply to your temples.  You can also massage gently behind your ears or the back of your neck. Massage for at least 2-3 mins to allow fuller absorption of the oil benefit.  You may use in your bath to help prevent migraine attacks and headaches. Just by breathing in the scent helps to reduce stress, relax muscles and alleviate pain. By the way, researchers did mention that inhalation of Lavender oil is an effective and safe treatment method in acute management of migraine headaches.

Body pain

So commonly used for rheumatism or arthritis and proven it will relieve painful, stiff joints and muscles. Lavender oil is known as an excellent remedy for various types of pains including sore muscles, rheumatism, sprains, backache and lumbago. Regular massage with Lavender oil can provide relief from such pains and therefore is a safer approach for pain management considering that pain medications usually comes with side effects.

Menstrual Cramps, Bloating

Lavender Essential Oil can also relieve pain associated with improper digestion, bloating and menstrual cramps. Diluting with a carrier oil and using it in a massage onto your abdomen and lower back may greatly reduce menstrual pain or cramps. For digestive complaint, diluted Lavender oil can be rubbed on the belly to stimulate the intestinal movement for proper digestion and easing of pain and discomfort. This is also great for young children.

Menopausal Symptoms

As Lavender can calm the body and circulatory system for deep relaxation, which at the same time helps balance hormone levels naturally, the uses of Lavender aromatherapy may reduce menopausal symptoms including mood swings and hot flashes. Yes, that’s right.  You can also decrease the severity of symptoms with the help of Lavender oil. By simple inhalation or aromatherapy can help alleviate hot flashes in menopausal women. Given the impact of stress on the undesirable effects of these symptoms on the quality of life, it would appear that this simple, safe and effective method can be used with noticeable results.

Respiratory disorders

Lavender oil is widely used for various respiratory ailments including throat infections, flu, cold, cough, sinus congestion, bronchitis, tonsillitis, etc. The oil is either used in the form of inhalation or applied on the skin of the temples, neck, chest and back. The antibacterial qualities of Lavender can help fight respiratory tract infections or discomfort and just by inhalation, it can relieve congestion associated with respiratory conditions, help in opening up of airways and recovery process is faster.

Cuts, burns and bruises

Lavender has pain relieving, analgesic, antimicrobial and anti- inflammatory qualities which promotes repairing of skin tissue and accelerates the overall healing process. If you have cuts, bruises and wounds which are not recovering, try reaching out for Lavender oil. For minor cuts and burns, apply a drop directly for relief and at the same time disinfect and soothe the affected area.

Insect Bites

As Lavender Oil is safe to use directly on wounds, this makes it great to apply on stings from mosquito, bees and ants. The soothing, pain-relieving, and healing benefits of Lavender Oil makes it the perfect choice for bites.  Moreover, the smell of Lavender is potent for various types of bugs and as a preventive measure, by just applying some Lavender oil on your skin whenever you are exposed to any outdoor activities can certainly help.  Furthermore, its anti-inflammatory qualities will assist in reduction of irritation and the pain associated with these bites.


Lavender oil is a great oil for skin care and is suitable and beneficial for all skin types. As a safety precaution, its best to dilute with carrier oils such as olive or safflower oil for skincare and you may prefer lighter oils like grape seed or jojoba for massage oils.


A few drops to dab on the affected area will help reduce inflammation and prevent infection. The most effective way is to apply it via cotton swab to acne-prone areas. Lavender’s antiseptic and antibacterial properties help fight acne-causing bacteria and clogged pores. By unclogging pores and reducing inflammation, Lavender helps prevent acne from further developing while at the same time treating existing blemishes. With regular use, it helps prevent breakouts and heal inflammation on your skin. With its blood circulation properties and stimulation, acne’s post-inflammation scars will be less apparent.

Skin Lightening

Since Lavender oil can reduce inflammation, it can help lessen blemishes, redness and blotchiness.  Lavender can also reduce skin discoloration such as dark spots, pigmentation and even mild melasma. Suggested to dilute Lavender oil with Rosehip oil and massage it into your skin with gentle circular movements, avoiding the area around your eyes, preferably as your night time routine.

Fights Inflammation

Many skin conditions have been addressed and have shown improvement after frequent use of Lavender oil due to its antibacterial and anti-fungal properties. The calming effects can soothe irritated skin and treat certain skin conditions, such as eczema or psoriasis. By the same token, Lavender helps to treat sunburns and any inflammations of the skin and also soothe itching and reduce swelling.

Slows Aging

Damaging free radicals can cause fine lines and wrinkles on our face.  Lavender’s anti-oxidants benefits may protect this from happening as it also helps to rebalance dryness and skin’s oils and combat dehydration. Its balancing powers help clear blemishes, even skin tone and hydrate skin together with its beneficial phyto-chemicals properties, making it useful for battling signs of premature aging. Including a drop or two of Lavender oil into your favorite lotion or cream will give your skin a boost of revitalizing and rejuvenating power to protect against wrinkles and spots caused primarily by the stressors of our environment.

Hair Growth

Applying Lavender oil to your hair helps to increase circulation to hair follicles, encouraging your hair to grow at a faster pace and also of a thicker texture.  Lavender oil has also been shown to be very helpful in the treatment of hair loss, particularly for patients who suffer from alopecia. According to a Sottish study, it was reported that more than 40% of alopecia patients experienced increase in hair growth when they regularly applied Lavender oil into their scalp.

To apply lavender oil for your hair, the best way is to dilute it with other carrier oil such as coconut oil or jojoba oil. You can either, apply oil and let it stay overnight by wrapping your hair in a towel, or leave it for 5 to 10 minutes and then going for a head bath.  You can also add Lavender oil to your hair care products like shampoos and conditioners.

Scalp Care

Lavender’s antimicrobial, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties helps to prevent bacteria and fungus growth on the scalp, helping to treat scalp infections and inflammation, itchiness and dandruff. Lavender oil has been shown to be very effective on head lice and lice eggs and is also used as a lice repellent. Overall, Lavender oil promotes a healthy scalp.

In fact, there are numerous ways to incorporate Lavender into your skincare or hair care products.  Perhaps you need to spare a little more time to explore and experience all the possibilities that this oil is deemed fit for your skin.


Lavender is commonly used as aromatherapy by being inhaled or diffused through the air using an oil burner or diffuser.  All you have to do is breathe in normally and let the diffuser do the work.


Lavender is well known for its effectiveness in promoting a good night’s sleep.  It’s so effective that you may have noticed most pillow mists, room sprays and linen fragrance usually have this fragrance. Why is that so?  Research has suggested that inhaling Lavender oil before bed can improve the quality of sleep.  Well, you might have read this over and over again. To help naturally improve your sleep quality, try using Lavender oil as aromatherapy to help you relax and dose off into deep sleep.

Start tonight by placing a Lavender oil diffuser in your bedroom to help you unwind, relax and prepare your body and mind for a good sleep. If your trouble sleeping is caused by constant tossing and turning, then spraying your pillow with diluted Lavender oil can help.  Alternatively, a few drops of the undiluted oil on your pillowcase could also work the same. To avoid direct contact with your skin and eyes, just be sure to apply to the underside of your pillow.

Anxiety And Depression

You can use Lavender in many ways to help treat anxiety and relieve stress, but the most common way is to use it in a diffuser or room spray. The sweet, floral scent has long been used to treat anxiety disorder, depression, nervous tension, and stress by keeping the body calm, relax and uplift the spirits effectively. Just by inhalation, physiological and psychological effects can happen as your body will send signal to the limbic system of your brain which helps to control your mood and emotion. These signals actually cause our brain to release serotonin and endorphin chemicals to link our nervous and body systems to ensure a desired change of good feelings.

Reducing High Blood Pressure

By lowering anxiety and stress level, Lavender oil can also help to lower blood pressure. When our body is relaxed and calmed, our heart rate and blood pressure will also slow down. Though oils should not be used as a replacement for prescribed medication, inhaling specific oils such as Lavender may reduce psychological stress responses, cortisol levels, and blood pressure. Do have this in your medical cabinet today.

Manage Stress

By the power of inhalation, stress reduction could be achieved hand in hand with mood stabilization. This is attained in relation to how the scent triggers parts of our brain when we smell it and can be done anytime and anywhere by placing few drops on your palms, rubbing them together, and breathing in. This technique is almost the same like the diffuser, but more mobile, allowing you to relax, and achieve mental clarity anytime you have a bottle of Lavender essential oil.


If you have problem falling asleep, we have a remedy here for you. Our easy DIY Lavender Sleep Promoting Spray is definitely an item you mustn’t miss. This DIY method is easy to follow along with the video instructions.  Besides, all the ingredients are simple and can be found at Green Herbology website, Lazada and Shopee.

The scent of Lavender blends well with other floral oils in this recipe, therefore is also beneficial for relieving allergy symptoms as well as making it a great option for promoting a good night’s rest. Perfect to be placed on your bedside table. Simply spray on your pillow or in the room as the soothing authentic lavender fragrance will help you doze off in no time. Your evening routine will also become a refreshing ritual of relaxation and comfort from now on.

A spritz of calming essential oils onto your pillow has the power to transform your pre-sleep routine from “oh man, I only have 5 hours till I have to be up for work” to “awesome, I have 5 hours to snuggle in this lavender-scented dreamland”. We may be over exaggerating, but essential oils do have the ability to promote a good night’s rest. All the oils in this DIY ZZZ sleep spray are known for their calming and relaxing qualities ❗️🥰

What do you need ❓❓
🍓 Witch Hazel Hydrosol :
🍓 Lavender Essential Oil -10ml :
🍓 Peppermint Essential Oil – 10ml:
🍓 Cedarwood Essential Oil– 10ml:
🍓 Green Spray Bottle :


How to make it ❓❓
🍓 Spray glass beaker and rod with alcohol to sanitize
🍓 Pour 100ml witch hazel hydrosol into glass beaker
🍓 Add 20drops Cedarwood essential oil
🍓 Add 10 drops Peppermint Essential oil
🍓 Add 10 drops Lavender Essential Oil
🍓 Mix all the ingredients together
🍓Spray alcohol to empty spray bottle
🍓Pour in the mixture into bottle
🍓Shake bottle a few times before use
🍓 To use : Spray pillows / your sleep area / face 3 to 4 times before bed.


Green Herbology’s Finest Quality Therapeutic Grade Lavender essential oil originates from Australia and is produced through steam distillation using Lavender flowers, which provides its sweet, floral and herbaceous scent. If you are using essential oils topically, therapeutically or aromatherapy, you must use a therapeutic grade from a trusted brand.  At Green Herbology, we are committed to deliver the highest quality essential oils with 100% satisfaction guarantee and our products have passed the GC/MS test for purity and potency.

With Green Herbology’s trusted name, you can be rest assured that all our essential oils are certified pure, authentic and therapeutic grade.  Green Herbology takes pride in being a reliable and trustworthy company to provide top quality products, which are all natural, effective and definitely safe to use with no side effects.  Not only this, our prices are reasonable and products are easily accessible via Green Herbology website, Lazada and Shopee.


Now that we’ve covered so much about ‘lavender’, we
might be thinking that we know everything about this amazing plant.
Surprisingly, this is still just the tip of the iceberg.
Lavender has many more uses which are yet to be
discovered and established….


Truly and surely, Lavender is timeless and classic, it is a plant hero
which has won many faithful and die-hard fans because of its serious
beauty benefits and medicinal uses, therefore, Lavender Oil should
definitely be a staple in your essential oil collection ………


  1. i belive 100% satisfaction in essentional lavendar oil..

    1. hi dear, thank you 🙂

  2. Hi, I want to find out about Mika colouring , is it for lib safe? Fragrance oil and essential oil is it safe to DIY lib balm/ libstick?

    1. hi there. mica coloring is safe for lips. its from mineral stone. fragrance not safe for lip. essential oil is safe 🙂

  3. So many people don’t know that scalp therapy shampoos for fast hair growth (obviously without any sulfates, parabens or DEA) exist. Folks can now enjoy longer hair and possess more options. Surely worth exploring.

    Whether you’re assessing alopecia, damaged hair, avoiding hair disorders, hair growth, hair and scalp care at large, almost the same ideas apply.

    In most cases, you want to stay away from hair treatments and products that use chemicals like parabens, DEA or sulfates.

    What’s good for your hair is healthy for your skin all the same.

    Obviously the content here is so useful for multiple reasons. It steers away from the common mistakes and pitfalls too many fall into: using horrible alternatives. Keep up the great content!

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