Dried Lavender flowers have a multitude of benefits and uses. The flowers contain vitamins, antioxidants and cleansing properties which improve skin health. They have a strong floral scent that is relaxing and calming.
You can use dry lavender flowers to make sachets, floral bath water or in a soap recipe to add exfoliation. Our lavender flowers are completely natural with no artificial fragrance or chemicals.
I used these Lavender flowers in my bath salts recipe, as well as my bath bombs I make at home. Wow!! These are fragrant, and added the perfect relaxing and spa like touch to my skin care regimen. I'm in love! I'm thinking about making a little potpourri sachet out of this, and putting them in my drawers and under my pillow. It really is a relaxing fragrance. Love that these are all natural. Love the brand. Thank you!
Dried lavender flowers, less commonly known as Lavandula Officials, come from the Lamiaceae plant family. This flower has a multitude of benefits and uses. They are very aromatic, and they maintain full aroma when in dry form. The flower buds are extremely light, so a small quantity will go a long way. Dry lavender flowers have a gray/purple color.
In terms of aromatherapy, the lavender scent is commonly used for relaxation. The flower buds are a great substitution to those who don’t like working directly with the essential oil.
Lavender flowers can be used to infuse oils or add exfoliation to handmade soaps or scrubs. They are great for making face masks and bath bombs and can also be simply put into bath water for a spa like experience. See recipes and recipe videos for more ideas on how to use these dry flowers for skin care.
Additionally, dried lavender is great for making sachets. They can be placed around the house or hung near the doors, windows or even throughout your car to keep insects at bay. They can also be used as a natural confetti for parties, weddings and more.
Dry Lavender Benefits
Contains vitamins and antioxidants that promote good skin health
Natural skin cleansing properties
Helps to soothe irritated skin
Promotes collagen production
Helps to heal damaged skin
Net Weight 4oz
How to Use
You can use the lavender flowers as is for fragrance or decoration.
Add them to your skin care recipes. Infuse them in oil, grind them up and use in a face mask or bath soak, add them to soap or bath bombs.
Store your dry lavender flowers in a sealed container away from moisture at room temperature.
Lavandula x Intermedia (Lavandin)
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