- delicate floral and herbaceous scent with minty camphor accents
- ideal for direct application as a pain reliever and to relax muscles after sport
- soothing and sedative qualities that help fight insomnia
The Maillette lavender is a variety of fine lavender, grown in the mountains of Haute Provence and the most used to make essential oils.
Its essential oil is very well tolerated by the skin, and therefore ideal to use in direct application as a painkiller and to relax the muscles after sport.
It also has healing, sanitizing, soothing and sedative qualities that help fight insomnia, relieve minor skin problems and soothe migraine.
Fine lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) is grown in the mountains of Haute Provence. The essential oil extracted from it is the rarest and noblest, used by the great perfumers for its subtle fragrance and in aromatherapy for its many benefits.
Extraction method: Steam-distilled.