Collection: The Wonders of Lavender: More Than Just a Pretty Flower

Although the lavender flower is commonly associated with its fragrance and color, its uses extend beyond aesthetics. Lavender has a rich history in herbal medicine, with both the flower and its oil playing significant roles. The word lavender comes from the Latin root "lavare," which means "to wash." Historical records reveal that lavender oil was used in the mummification process in ancient Egypt. Lavender also served as a purifying bath additive in different parts of the world, including Persia, Greece, and Rome. These civilizations believed in the power of lavender to cleanse the body and soul.

Products with Lavender Oil - Our range includes a selection of products that are infused with lavender oil.