Lavender is a flowering, herbaceous perennial plant. This is an essential oil, that is colorless and insoluble in water. Similar to all essential oils, it's not a pure compound. The oil is a complex blend of naturally occurring phytochemicals, such as linalool and linalyl acetate. Lavender oil / Lavender Essential Oil has been used in perfumes, aromatherapy, infusion & cosmetics etc., since ages.
Lavender oil is obtained through the distillation process, using lavender flower spikes of some definite species.
Chemical Composition of Lavender Oil :-
It is made of 150 constituents with chief botanical constituents including camphor, terpinen-4-ol, linalyl acetate and linalool. Other constituents like cis-ocimene, 1, 8-cineole, lavandulyl, gerniol and limonene are responsible for its anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties. Besides, it is rich in esters which are fragrant molecules which impart antispasmodic and soothing properties to the oil.
Description of Lavender Essential Oil :-
- Common name : Spike Lavender, Lavandula officinalis
- Botanical name : Lavandula officinalis
- CAS NO : 8000-28-0
- FEMA NO : 2622
- Parts used : Flowers
- Appearance : Clear liquid, pale yellow color
- Perfumery note : Characteristic odor
- Density : 0.877 to 0.890
- Refractive index : 1.458 to 1.489
- Optical rotation : -7.0Ë to -11.0Ë
- Shelf life : Two years
Uses of Lavender Oil for Skin :-
Nowadays, lavender oil is a very popular essential oil worldwide. It has been used for medicinal purposes for over centuries. Lavender essential oil has many health benefits, such as:
- Reduces anxiety and improves sleep
- Heals wounds and burn
- Provides powerful antioxidants
- Rejuvenates skin and improves skin texture and complexion
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