The Many Facets of Lavender
Lavender’s oil contains active constituents like ethers of linalyl and geranyl, geraniol, cineol, limonene, l-pinene, the esters of butyric acid and coumarin etc- we can continue with the list but this is just to illustrate how its chemically complex structure and great quantity of active constituents contributed to lavender’s multi-dimensional properties, making it ideal for use anytime as part of your skincare routine, or whenever your skin needs extra hydration or a pick-me-up treat, or when you have certain problems to treat…
Afterall, the primary action of Lavender lies in balancing and normalising making it very versatile to be used across a broad spectrum.
It contains powerful antioxidants, which counter the effects of environmental pollution on the skin and will really detox your skin. It also has anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties which helps to attack the bacteria causing acne infections and reduce the swelling and redness. Lavender also has anti-ageing effects because it boosts circulation helping the cellular rejuvenation.
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