Celebrate The Lavender Season

We love this powerful plant for all its unique properties, which is why we use it in our Lavender & Geranium Essential Oil Blend in all of our Gentle Meadow range. Lavender has been used for centuries for medicinal, natural health and beauty purposes. It has a strong aromatic scent and is full of therapeutic properties to help soothe body and mind.

Considered as an ancient symbol of love and cleanliness it’s often used in Feng Shui. The plant is said to bring fresh energy into your home – so why not diffuse or spray lavender essential oil into the air, you could also light a lavender scented candle to help enjoy the beautiful aroma.

The season begins in July, when Lavender is in full bloom and at its most beautiful. If you live near a Lavender farm you’ll see the endless rows and rows of the stunning purple flower.

Lavender essential oil is distilled from Lavender flowers and is a calming, relaxing oil with a herby floral aroma, which is why it’s often used in aromatherapy to combat stress and calm the senses. The essential oil can be used as antiseptic to support skin care and natural healing and balance skin conditions.

Geranium essential oil is distilled from Geranium leaves, releasing a rosy, refreshing and intense oil with a sweet floral aroma. It helps to harmonise the emotions and rebalance combination skin, by balancing the production of sebum, while keeping it supple and helping to soothe and heal irritation.

Every product in our range has been made from the finest skin-loving ingredients. At this time of year, our Gentle Meadow Hand & Nail Cream is the perfect handbag sized hand cream to keep hands and nails healthy on the go. Our formula includes Lavender and Geranium essential oils as well as soothing aloe vera and natural moisturiser glycerine with lasting moisturising benefits.

If you spot a lavender field in all its bloom why not Tweet us a picture @OrganicSurge before 31 July 2012 and the best picture will win a hand cream.

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