Organic Lavender Essential Oil 10ml, 100% Pure, Relaxation & Stress Relief - Rejuvenation Therapeutics


Organic Lavender Essential Oil (10 ml) - Relaxation, Sleep, Stress & Anxiety Relief

Therapeutic essential oil that delivers maximum benefits



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Organic Lavender Essential Oil is commonly used to uplift the spirit and provide a calming environment, it contains properties that may lower tension and promote better sleep.

Organic Lavender Essential Oil Benefits

  • Relieves stress and improves sleep quality
  • Improves skin health
  • Effective in massage therapy

  • Product Details 

    Common uses of Organic Lavender Essential Oil:

    • Sleep: Diffuse in the air for 30-60 minutes before bed for a good night’s sleep.
    • Skin: Apply safely diluted oil to soothe dry, irritated skin or sunburns.
    • Laundry: Add a few drops to the drier to give your clothes a natural "fresh linen" smell.

    Use of aromatherapy for various medicinal, therapeutic, and spiritual purposes dates back to many ancient cultures. Utilizing Lavender Essential Oil is a part of many cultures and, over the past few years, it has become rather popular among massage therapists. Extracted from lavender flowers through steam distillation, Lavender Essential Oil has been widely used for environmental fragrancing by aerial diffusion, for direct inhalation, and for topical application.

    Effect on stress and sleep
    Lavender is widely used in aromatherapy because of its array of benefits. One of the well-known and important benefits of Lavender Essential Oil is its effect on stress, anxiety, and mood. Lavender Essential Oil exhibits anxiolytic properties (inhibits anxiety), inducing a calming effect.1 In fact, according to a study published in the Iranian journal of nursing and midwifery research, inhalation of Lavender Essential Oil at regular intervals prevented stress, anxiety, and depression after childbirth in postpartum women.2

    Also, the fragrance from Lavender Essential Oil assists in relaxation and improved sleep quality. It helps with sleeping disorders and it may be effective in alleviating insomnia when combined with a doctor’s recommendations. According to a study published in the Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing, Lavender Essential Oil fragrance was found to be beneficial for women students, improving sleep disorders, increasing self-satisfaction with sleep, and decreasing the amount of time it takes to fall asleep.3

    Effect on skin
    Topical application of Lavender Essential Oil on skin affected by wounds, acne, or allergic reactions may help improve these skin conditions. Its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties improve skin texture by helping to reverse the effects of aging.4

    One of the beneficial aspects of essential oils is their ability to relieve stress, reduce pain in muscles, and improve overall circulation. A study published in Complementary therapies in medicine indicates that an acupressure massage with Lavender Essential Oil played a significant role in reducing acute lower back pain and neck stiffness, thus improving motion in the affected areas.5 This suggests that Lavender Essential Oil helps relieve stress by reducing inflammation and generates a relaxing effect by easing muscle tension.

    Rejuvenation Therapeutics offers you Organic Lavender Essential Oil. It is extracted by steam distillation, which makes it 100% Pure Therapeutic Grade, so you can either safely apply it topically or enjoy the benefits of its fresh fragrance.

    Order a bottle of Organic Lavender Essential Oil today!


    These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


    1. Mental Health Clinician. 2017 Jul;7(4):147-55.
    2. Iranian journal of nursing and midwifery research. 2016 Mar;21(2):197.
    3. Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing. 2006 Feb 1;36(1):136-43.
    4. BMC complementary and alternative medicine. 2016 Dec;16(1):144.
    5. Complementary therapies in medicine. 2004 Mar 1;12(1):28-37.