Lavender pairs well with every other TLEO single: Bergamot, Lemon, Lime, Orange, Grapefruit, Eucalyptus, Frankincense, Lemongrass, Peppermint, Rosemary, Bergamot, Tea Tree. And since all of these oils appear in one or another face scrub, body wash, spot treatment, shampoo, or moisturizer, lavender is without a doubt among the most sought-after essential oils in the beauty industry.
Research suggests essential oils, including lavender, may help with the appearance of a revived hair growth process. In a controlled study for alopecia aerate, a disease that causes hair to fall out in sections, 44% of subjects who rubbed lavender, thyme, rosemary, and cedarwood essential oils on the patchy areas experienced hair regrowth over the course of seven months.*
You can enjoy the soothing feelings and benefits of lavender in your hair regimen by simply mixing a few drops of TLEO Lavender into a quarter-sized dollop of your mild, natural shampoo in the palm of your hand. Massage it gently into the scalp with your finger pads – never use fingernails on your delicate scalp – and rinse.
And be sure to enlist TLEO Lavender as a natural cleaning booster around the house, with its antibacterial and deodorizing properties that have been shown to fight bacteria within the Streptococcus species.
TLEO Lavender Laundry Love
Add 3-4 drops of TLEO Lavender into the washing machine along with your natural, eco-friendly laundry cleaner for a sweetly relaxing scent that’ll wrap you up in comfort all day.
TLEO Lavender Sleepy Soother
Alleviate feelings of tension and help your body get ready for a solid night’s sleep: Add 3-4 drops of TLEO Lavender to your favorite nighttime moisturizer and massage into skin, breathing evenly and deeply while applying, to help slow your breathing and calm your senses in preparation for sleep.
±Dorene Peterson. “Green Cleaning: Why we love lavender essential oil.” American College of Healthcare Sciences, https://info.achs.edu/blog/we-love-lavender#_ftnref1, Pub date: July 2, 2014. Nov. 14, 2020.
*C Hay, M Jamieson, A D Ormerod. “Randomized trial of aromatherapy. Successful treatment for alopecia areata.” National Library of Medicine, https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/9828867/, Pub date: Nov. 1998. April 8, 2021.
These recommendations are for educational purposes only. Test first for possible allergic reaction. Citrus oils may cause photosensitivity and should not be applied topically when in direct sunlight or going outside. If pregnant or breast-feeding, or taking medications, ask a health professional before use, and consult your doctor about contraindications. Keep out of reach of children. In case of overdose, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away. This product line is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or mitigate any disease.