3 tips for using lavender insect oil 3 tips for using lavender insect oil

3 Amazing Uses of Lavender Oil you didn't know about

Lavender is world-famous for its a delicate scent, so commonly found in perfumes and skincare products. But there's more to it than you can imagine. Read on to learn more about this versatile and beautiful purple flower.

Lavender oil can serve as a mosquito and moth repellent, help prevent some insect bites and generate a lovely aroma in the house that can change the atmosphere of the space. Check out this incredible uses of Lavender essential oil.

1. 1. Homemade air freshener

Lavender oil can be used as a home air freshener

Essential oils are a wonderful alternative for creating your own air freshener. Lavender air freshener will not only provide a lovely scent but also a relaxing and calming atmosphere.

Simply mix a few drops of Lavender essential oil with water in a diffuser, and you are set!

2. 2. Moth repellent

 Lavender insect oil as a repellent

If the scent of lavender is very pleasant to humans and has a calming effect, the opposite is true for insects. The active ingredients of this plant are a perfect ally to keep insects away.

Add a few drops of lavender essential oil on a used wine cork and place it in your wardrobe. You can add a drop of the oil every 2 weeks to keep this mothproof remedy effective.

3. 3. Treat insect bite

Lavender oil for insect bites

Lavender has anti-inflammatory and healing effects that can help relieve inflammation caused by insect bites. Gently apply lavender oil with cotton over the affected skin.

Lavender oil can also be used as mosquitoes repellent. Use an oil burner for optimal results.

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