What does lemongrass essential oil blend well with?

Lemongrass Essential Oil in Natural Background

Medical Studies are showing a decline in the effectiveness of antibiotics due to a growing dominance of drug resistant bacteria & fungi. Essential oils are being researched more as potential remedies for skin irritants, to explore if they are more effective than antibiotic treatments. Although CANhaveTODAY product is not medication with no claim to be a cure, we are proud to be 100% natural! Our soothing products will assist in delivering relief to the skin.

Lemongrass essential oil benefits for skin

Lemongrass Essential Oil in Natural Background

Lemongrass essential oil topical benefits are many! Study’s show many health benefits of lemongrass on skin. LGEO (Lemongrass Essential Oil) is a dominant EO (Essential Oil) and should be treated with care; particularly with no carrier oil. One such soothing Salve is our Waters Mist.

Can lemongrass essential oil be applied to skin with no negative side effects? CANhaveTODAY recommends spot checking sensitive skin areas before full application of any Essential oil. Our health Canada/FDA-approved soothing salve has been safety tested in our Canadian lab by experienced chemists. However, individual results vary.

The Libyan Journal of Medicine has published a study showing that LGEO has potent anti-inflammatory effects on the skin when applied topically. This EO has amazing components which naturally inhibit the production of pro-inflammatory proteins. Lemongrass essential oil can help prevent fungal infections by inhibiting the growth of yeast and other microorganisms on the skin.

Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Medicine published findings showing Lemongrass Essential Oil has antibacterial properties. Found to be effective against bacteria classified as gram-positive bacteria & gram-negative bacteria. This journal concludes that LGEO is helpful treating bacterial infections caused by both gram-positive as well as gram-negative bacteria. This is interesting to note because these bacteria are increasingly becoming resistant to antibiotics.

Now that we have established lemongrass essential oil benefits, as well as its uses for skin conditions. This oil is safe and effective for the skin. Now lets talk about what does LGEO blend well with.

What essential oil goes well with cinnamon?

Cinnamon and Cinnamon Essential Oil

Cinnamon essential oil blend very well with Lemongrass.

Cinnamon bark essential oil helps to prevent the growth of harmful toxins on the surface of the skin. When organic compounds burn on a cellular level, they produce toxins. Cinnamon is proven to posses one of the strongest antimicrobial attributes against multidrug resistant bacteria such as Pseudomonas aeruginosa.

Studies show Cinnamon is a great oil for skincare & health with its anti-inflammatory attributes. It is proven to significantly slow the spread of inflamed skin cells. Cinnamon essential oil can also help improve your skin by promoting the youthful look of collagen. Topical application could be used therapeutically against aging skin.

Cinnamon essential oil uses and benefits adds quality & value to Waters Mist which will enhance and rejuvenate your skins health.

Tea Tree essential oil for skin

Tea Tree Essential Oil and Leaves

We added Tee Tree Essential Oil (TTEO), also known as Melaleuca, to Waters Mist to bring an effective addition to assisting your skins health. Tea tree essential oil blends well with Cinnamon & Lemongrass, working together seamlessly.

There have been many studies that suggest that Tea Tree Essential Oil is effective in treating acne-prone skin. It is also effective against microbial and bacterial infections, which can help reduce the appearance of acne spots. Additionally, Tea Tree Essential Oil can help address other infections such as nail fungus.

Studies have also proven Tea Tree Essential Oil to be more effective than Zinc Oxide at suppressing contact dermatitis. Further, studies have shown TTO to improve symptoms of skin irritants such as scaling, inflammation, itch & burning.

Adding Melaleuca oil to Waters Mist creates a great blend that further soothes and refreshes your skin, on top of the benefits our exclusive Soothing Salve already provides.

Lavender and lemongrass essential oil blend

Lavender Essential Oil

Lavender is another amazing oil we infused into our soothing Salve! This plant from the Mint family is popular for its soothing properties. Studies also show using this relieving oil as a balm for inflammation, eczema & acne!

Scientific studies have confirmed Lavender having antibacterial activity against gram-positive & gram-negative bacteria along with anticancer properties. Lavender has a long history of being used to treat various skin conditions and pains. This ointment can be applied to skin damage, acne, eczema, sores and muscle pains to provide relief and promote a youthful appearance.

Our Waters Mist Soothing Salve is made with 100% natural ingredients and is infused with the power of nature to refresh and soothe your skin! A quick note: This product contains Sodium borate. The government of Canada does not recommend the use of products containing Sodium borate on open wounds, cuts, or abrasions.

FAQ

Is lemongrass essential oil good for the skin?

Yes. It has several properties that can be beneficial for the skin, including antibacterial, antifungal, antioxidant, and insect-repelling properties.

What does lemongrass essential oil blend well with?

Lemongrass essential oil blends well with tea tree oil and cinnamon essential oil. Together, they can provide the skin with a variety of benefits, including protection from infections and skin damage.

What skin care product contains lemongrass essential oil?

CANhaveTODAY infused the Waters Mist soothing salve with lemongrass essential oil. This salve also contains tea tree oil and cinnamon essential oil.

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