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Lavender - what is it, where does it come from and what properties does it have that make it suitable for use in natural skin care products in Halifax? Lavender essential oil is popular as a complementary medicine in its own right and as an additive to many over the counter complementary medicine and cosmetic products.

Westin Nova Scotian
(902) 421-1000
1181 Hollis Street
Halifax, NS
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(888) 890-3222
1990 Barrington Street
Halifax, NS
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1875 Barrington Street
Halifax, NS
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Digby Pines Golf Resort & Spa
(800) 667-4637
PO Box 70
Digby, NS
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1181 Hollis Street
Halifax, NS
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1875 Barrington Street
Halifax, NS
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Eau Spa, Old Orchard Inn Hotel
(902) 542-5751
153 Greenwich Road South
Wolfville, NS
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Digby, NS
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(800) 565-0444
Middle Head Peninsula
Ingonish Beach, NS
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The Keltic Lodge, Resort and Spa
(800) 565-0444
Middle Head Peninsula
Ingonish Beach, NS
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Using Lavender as an ingredient in skin care products

Author: Dr Danny Siegenthaler

Lavender’s botanical name is Lavendula officinalis / angustifolia. Lavender is a member of the Labiatae Family and is a native of the Mediterranean and Middle East regions, however, lavender plantations are now widely found around the world as species hybridisation has enabled lavender to be grown commercially outside its natural climatic range.

Lavender is well known for its wound healing, cleansing and toning properties and removes redness and heat from the skin, making Lavender oil a suitable addition to any skin care preparation and for any skin type. Lavender has been shown to be very useful in the relief of burns in which case it can be applied neat to the area. Research has confirmed that lavender produces calming, soothing, and sedative effects.

They practice Herbal and Chinese medicine at their Wildcrafted Cottage Clinic.

© Wildcrafted Herbal Products Pty Ltd. 2009

Article Source: http://www.articlesbase.com/skin-care-articles/using-lavender-as-an-ingredient-in-skin-care-products-928539.html

Skin Care Products

Using Lavender as an ingredient in skin care products

Author: Dr Danny Siegenthaler

Lavender’s botanical name is Lavendula officinalis / angustifolia. Lavender is a member of the Labiatae Family and is a native of the Mediterranean and Middle East regions, however, lavender plantations are now widely found around the world as species hybridisation has enabled lavender to be grown commercially outside its natural climatic range.

Lavender is well known for its wound healing, cleansing and toning properties and removes redness and heat from the skin, making Lavender oil a suitable addition to any skin care preparation and for any skin type. Lavender has been shown to be very useful in the relief of burns in which case it can be applied neat to the area. Research has confirmed that lavender produces calming, soothing, and sedative effects.

They practice Herbal and Chinese medicine at their Wildcrafted Cottage Clinic.

© Wildcrafted Herbal Products Pty Ltd. 2009

Article Source: http://www.articlesbase.com/skin-care-articles/using-lavender-as-an-ingredient-in-skin-care-products-928539.html