Lavender is a healing herb that has been used for centuries to make soaps, teas and fragrance sachets. The essential oil of lavender is the ingredient used to make soaps, since it contains all the herb's volatile and aromatic oils. Sometimes soaps, like these, contain crushed lavender blossoms.

A member of the mint family, it is a safe herb to use for the entire family, and its benefits are rewarding and substantial.

"Psychology Today" notes that lavender can relieve anxiety by altering brainwaves, creating feeling of well-being and stress relief. Soaps made with lavender essential oils can promote a sense of relaxation. It can be beneficial to use lavender soaps before bedtime to promote a deep sleep. Lavender soap is also an effective calming aid for anxiety or excessive energy in children and toddlers.

Lavender is also Antibacterial and Antiseptic

According to a research, lavender essential oil has strong antibacterial and antiseptic properties that make it a good agent for curing insect bites and sunburn. Soaps made with lavender essential oil are a healing aid for any type of skin infection. Lavender's antibacterial properties have also rendered it effective in treating scabies and eczema. For acute conditions, lather the soap to make a thick paste and cover the affected skin. Rinse thoroughly with cool water and pat dry.

Lavender is noted for its crisp and clean fragrance with sweet and floral overtones that makes it a favorite amongst soap makers. Its scent is known to promote not only relaxation but also good moods. 

A favourite with the Dowager Lady Crabtree, this Lavender soap,  is made with pure Oil of Coconut, Palm Oil and Coconut Oil for ea luxurious lather . Dried Lavender flowers are added for a slight but natural exfoliation effect. 


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