Spray and insect repellent lotion


SprayAn easy, quick and inexpensive …recipe to enjoy the beneficial properties of lavender essential oil, is the use of this spray.
All you need is a cap bottle sprayer, 100 ml distilled water and the miraculous drops of the lavender essential oil, which is one of the few essential oils that can be used undissolved.
It has relaxing, analgesic, regenerative, antiseptic, insect repellent and other properties.
In ancient Egypt, lavender was used in perfumery, while their beneficial properties have been reported by Galen, the Dioscorides and Plinius.
Due to these beneficial properties, and that it can ever be used undissolved, have been reported too many lavender essential oil recipes have been reported on the internet.
One of these relates to the preparation of a lavender spray.
Pour 100 ml of distilled water in a bottle sprayer. Add 15 to 20 drops of lavender essential oil. Close the bottle. Shake well and leave for a few hours before using. Shake well before each use.
As mentioned, the lavender spray is ideal as a lotion for healing scars, skin problems, burns and mild forms of acne.
Those of you who ‘battle’ each night to sleep, spray your pillow with the lavender spray 20 minutes before bedtime. The pillow will give out a beautiful natural flavor, while you will sleep easier because the lavender relaxes.
The lavender spray is a useful “tool” to protect yourself from mosquito bites and other insects.
In addition, use the lavender spray to spray the face and body when you feel dry and warm.
You also can use it as an aromatic spray if you want your hair and body to smell nice.
The information is stated on our site for its beneficial properties and uses of lavender essential oil is for your information and not a substitute for medical science. For any health problems, consult your doctor before use.

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