Skincare: In skincare Lemon Essential Oil is used as an ingredient in preparations for the treatment of acne, oily skin, insect bites, varicose veins and cuts, but should never be used undiluted. It is also a popular fragrant additive in perfumes and cleaning products used for it’s clear, fresh and light aroma.
Aromatherapy: Lemon is used in aromatherapy to boost the immune system and to alleviate the symptoms of a variety of respiratory problems such as asthma, bronchitis, catarrh and sore throats.
Massage: It is used in massage to promote healthy circulation and to ease the symptoms of arthritis, rheumatism and cellulitis. Lemon essential oil is also thought to help lower blood pressure and may help treat infections. Lemon Oil is often blended with a carrier oil and other essential Oils.
Household: Lemon Essential Oil is used by many to create natural cleaning products for the home and for window cleaning. It is also used in diffusers as a wonderful aroma in the home or at work.
Refreshing and invigorating Lemon Essential Oil stimulates the senses and is used in a variety of products. It is used by Aromatherapists to help you maintain healthy circulation and boost the immune system. Lemon Essential Oil is versatile, with a variety of natural properties including antiseptic, astringent, bactericidal, diuretic, insecticidal and tonic.
Soil Association Certified: Naissance Organic Lemon Essential Oil is Soil Association Certified and can be traced back to the organic farms where it is produced, to ensure it is 100% organic. The UK Soil Association is the most well-known and respected organisation in the UK for the certification of organic products. It is equivalent to the Ecocert certification outside of the UK.
Vegan Society Certified:The Vegan Society are one of the most widely recognised vegan organisation in Europe. They register vegan products throughout the UK, ensuring they meet their strict vegan standards. Registered vegan products do not contain animal ingredients, and the ingredients have never been tested on animals. The processing aids used in the manufacturing process are also vegan. The sunflower is depicted next to all our vegan friendly products, which makes them easy to spot and proves that these products are registered with the vegan society. You can see the sunflower logo depicted on various vegan products throughout the UK and Europe, including most of the products you see on our website.
History and Origins: There are references to lemon going back to the first century B.C. Lemon trees are native to Asia but grow wild in the Mediterranean, to a height of about 6 metres, and are cultivated in a number of other countries around the world.
Safety Advise: Conduct a patch test before putting Lemon Essential Oil on sensitive skin. If applied directly to the skin avoid sun exposure before the oil has absorbed into the skin as the oil is photosensitizing. If using in a bath add no more than three drops.
Orange, lavender, sandalwood, rose, geranium, eucalyptus, fennel, neroli, juniper and elemi
100% Lemon OilMain Constituents:
a-pinene, camphene, sabinene, myrcene, a-terpinene, b-pinene, limonene, nerol, neral and linalool
Store in a cool, dry place away from sunlight.
Note: For external use only. Do not ingest.
Can cause sensitising or may cause skin irritation in some instances in some individuals. Due to being photo-toxic it should never be used prior to exposure in the sun.
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