Now Foods Essential Oils, Lavender and Tea Tree, 30ml
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- Pure lavender oil & pure tea tree oil
- 100% Pure and Natural
- Purity Tested/Quality Assured
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For aromatherapy use. For all other uses, carefully dilute with a carrier oil such as jojoba, grapeseed, olive, or almond oil prior to use. Please consult an essential oil book or other professional reference source for suggested dilution ratios. Natural essential oils are highly concentrated and should be used with care.
Aroma: Soft, floral. Attributes: Renewing, cleansing, stimulating. Mixes Well With: Lavender oil, eucalyptus oil, rose absolute oil. Extraction Method: Steam Distilled from leaves & flowering tops
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It isn’t the most potent but it definitely is true lavender and not a disgusting herbal blend that many companies trick you into buying (see: kirona).
I use it for my diffusers and it is so calming. The only drawback is that it requires a lot of drops as all the oil evaporates into the air after just a few minutes. This means it gets used up very fast, however I’m sure it lasts longer in other applications.
The lemongrass is not too strong.
However the cedar wood smells like mushy wardrobe .
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Well, I ran out of lavender and tried some tea tree oil in my wash. Again I accidentally left the clothes in the washer overnight wet, but this time, they didn't have that mildew smell, but they did have a very slight tea tree smell. I was happy they didn't get mildew, but I wasn't too crazy about the tea tree smell, which was very slight, so no big deal. I still gladly put them in the dryer and went on my way.
After some thought, I decided I would use both essential oils in the wash - the lavender for scent and the tea tree for wet, mildew prevention. I was delighted to find this product which puts them both in the SAME bottle. It's PERFECT for my needs.
In case anyone wonders, here is my homemade super gentle laundry detergent recipe: a 55 oz. box of super washing soda, a 4 lb. 20 oz. box of borax, 3 grated bars of Kirk's castile soap (after grating, I crumble it up a little more in my hands). I mix 1 TBS. of homemade detergent with small loads, 2 TBS. with medium loads, and 3 TBS. with large loads or dirty diaper loads. Then, I add 3 drops of essential oil to small loads, 6 drops to medium loads, and 9 drops to large loads or diaper loads. I have been using this detergent for well over a year, and it agrees with my babies' skins, which is what keeps me using it. There are other homemade detergent recipes out there. I hope to try soap nuts some time myself.