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Lavender Essential Oil

The other day I was talking to a friend who has been using the Lavender Orange Body Butter to help with her dry skin. She mentioned that she had to cut her nails because they were growing so long. They had never grown so long before. She felt that it was due to the body butter!

Lavender has so many uses! It’s like the Vanilla Ice of essential oils- you got a problem, yo I’ll solve it!

Here a list of things that it may help with... Acne, ADD/ADHD, alertness, allergies (airborne), allergies (skin), anxiety, blister, bug repellent, burns, calming, chapped lips, concentration (poor), cooling, dandruff, depression, diaper rash, dry skin, gas/flatulence, hair loss, heatstroke, herpes simplex, hives, impetigo, indigestion, inflammation, insect repellent, insomnia, itching, jock itch, laryngitis, mastitis, mosquito bites, nausea, physical stress, poison ivy, postpartum depression, relaxing, scabies, scarring, sedative, seizure, sensitive skin, sleep, stress,stretch marks, sunburn, teeth grinding, teething pain, tension, thrush, wounds, wrinkles.

There's even more but this list is long enough as it is. I think you get the point. There are some really great products in the Basket Case store that have lavender essential oils in them. Most obviously anything from the Lavender- Orange line which is available in body butter, scrub, bath salt, and bath bombs. We also have it in lip balms, which really helps with those chapped lips, after sun spray, and coming soon... linen spray and roll-ons. I'll leave a link to the store below so you can go and take a look!



The Basket Case

DISCLAIMER: The information given here regarding essential oils is intended for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The information given here is not intended as a substitute for the advice of your healthcare professional. Anyone suffering from any disease, illness or injury should consult with a physician. THESE SUGGESTED USES are ONLY SUGGESTIONS.

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