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Posts tagged: eco-friendly

How to Clear Your Headspace Using Locally Grown Lavender

We’re true believers in the power of our organic, locally grown lavender. Lavender is one of the most widely used botanicals in aromatherapy, and it’s a fan favorite in the kitchen and body care products. This little purple flower is beautiful in bouquets, but it can also be broken down...

Make Your Own Chemical-Free Lavender Cleaner

Chemical-free cleaning products are surprisingly hard to come by. When we can find them, they usually come with a suspiciously high price tag or a ton of unnecessary ingredients. I consider myself pretty tidy; I clean up after myself, I do the dishes after I’m done eating, I wipe down...

What Are Hydrosols and How Can I Use Them?

Essential oils are always the start of the show… and rightfully so. When we use steam distillation to make our lavender essential oil, not only do we get the purest, highest quality oil possible, we also get a delicate and versatile little byproduct — hydrosol. If you don’t know which...

How To Make Your Own Soy Candles with Lavender Essential Oil

Spring has sprung! Blooms are bursting and the birds suddenly seem louder. Hillsides have begun to display their vibrant verdant colors. During this season of renewal, let the energy found and felt in nature’s reawakening inspire you to take on a DIY project. Team Lavender would like to suggest making...

How to Give Massages like a Pro

At-home massages are about to get a lot better – partly thanks to this blog, and partly due to our new chemical-free lavender sage massage oil. We’ve all had to get really creative with our homes. Dining room tables are now desks, basements are home gyms, and bathrooms are personal hideouts....

Growing Lavender - How & When to Get Started

Thinking of growing lavender in your own homestead or home garden? Well, there’s good news – lavender is resilient! In fact, most home-growers who fail to grow lavender do so because they use too much water and fertilizer. Lavender can be very cold-hardy and grows in USDA zones 5 through...