Lavender Oil Artisan
Relax - Stress
One of lavender’s most popular uses is for relaxation. Use it in a body oil to stay calm on stressful days.
Relieve - Soreness
Soothe very sore, tender areas with lavender blended into Trauma Oil. It can help encourage the natural recovery process.
Complexion - Skincare
For acute skincare, use a blend of lavender in aloe vera gel. Apply directly to irritated areas as needed.
Safety & Shelf Life
Safety & Warnings
No known safety issues.
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Smell of wonderfulness
Fantastic, as always.
I'm so glad I tried this! As others have mentioned, it is a lighter, more citrusy aroma of lavender, but I like its own special qualities - it very uplifting and calming.
Beautiful Artisan Lavender Oil
This is a wonderful Lavender. The scent is very clean and pure smelling. Lavender is the oil I go to most, it is so useful.
Lavender Artisan Oil
This is a very special lavender. It has a more delicate aroma than the others. I’m glad to have it.
Lavender Oil Artisan (5ml)
Very confused on the label looks the same as Lavender, so I have not tried it yet, I can not tell the difference between: Lavender Oil Lavandula angustifolia: Lavender Oil Greece Lavandula angustifolia the labels are the same. I love Lavender, I use it ever day in my sprays so must have.
Hi Rhonda, these are all great questions! The artisan lavender, greek lavender and bulgarian lavender are all the same genus and species, just grown in different countries. Because the climates in these countries are different, the aromas will be slightly different, but they can all be used interchangeably as their therapeutic offerings are the same. The artisan lavender is the one we create from our own plants here in Montana (: To tell them apart, you will want to look at the top dots as these list the countries of origin, as well as the batch numbers.