Juicy Chemistry Lavender Essential Oil Review

juicy chemistry lavender essential oil review

Juicy Chemistry Lavender Essential Oil Review – Hello beauties, wats up? Today i am back with a review from one of my most favourite natural skincare brand. I have reviewed many of their products and you must already know how much i loved using them.

Here are a couple of my posts on Juicy Chemistry products like,

Lip Balm For Dark Lips Review | Rose Water Toner Review | Tea Tree Essential Oil Review | Under Eye Roll On Review. I have also reviewed many other oils like avocado oil, argan oil, and so on.

Now let me tell you why you should be using lavender essential oil and all its benefits.


Antioxidant rich
Antiseptic, antimicrobial and Anti-inflammatory properties
Promotes skin healing and repair
Reduces acne
Evens out the skin tone
Fades dark spots and marks
Soothes redness and dry skin conditions
Neutralises free radical damage
Improves sleep
Works as a pain reliever
Promotes hair growth and healthy scalp


Lavender flowers are gently pressed to release their sweet-smelling, intensely floral oils. This highly versatile oil has phenomenal healing properties for the skin, hair, and body. It acts as a mild antiseptic, disinfectant, and has antifungal properties.


Juicy chemistry Lavender essential oil comes in a amber coloured bottle. It does not have a dropper but a nozzle opening


Strong earthy fragrance which lingers for a long time.


Colourless oil


Light weight and non greasy texture.


10ml – 450/-


6 months


I bought the Juicy chemistry Lavender essential oil a couple of years ago to improve my sleep. Does it work as a diffuser oil? Yes of course, the whole bedroom smells amazing. It has a very soothing and relaxing effect.

Lavender essential oil can also be used for treating and moisturising the scalp and face. As i mentioned above, lavender oil does help in soothing dry skin conditions like eczema too.


  • Tea tree oil – 5 drops
  • Lavender essential oil – 5 drops
  • Jojoba oil/coconut oil/grapeseed oil/Aloe vera gel – 5 Teaspoon

You have to dilute the essential oil before applying it to your skin. Use any of the mentioned carrier oils or just aloe vera gel to dilute the oil.


This recipe can be used for both the scalp and face too. It helps balance the oil, treat and prevent acne, fade acne scars, and also delays the signs of ageing by promoting collagen production. The lavender oil blend promotes faster wound healing and cell repair.

The free radicals damage from environmental pollution and the UV rays can also be effectively neutralised which means, your skin remains youthful and maintains elasticity for a long time.

Using this oil blend on your scalp encourages blood flow. The anti-inflammatory and antifungal properties of this oil helps prevent scalp infections and keeps your scalp healthy. This in turn promotes new hair growth and helps thicken your hair.


Genuine good quality product
Easily available
Antioxidant rich
Light weight texture
Strong but divine fragrance
Works as a diffuser oil
Soothing fragrance promotes sleep
Provides relaxation
Balances the sebum
Helps keep the scalp healthy
Prevents scalp infections – dandruff/itchy flaky scalp
Moisturises the skin
Treats acne
Soothes skin irritations like redness and itching





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