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Lemongrass Essential Oil (10ml)

Lemongrass Essential Oil (10ml)

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Its antiseptic and astringent properties make it perfect for getting even and glowing skin. Applying it to the scalp strengthens hair follicles, controls hair loss and leaves hair shiny and fresh. The relaxing and hypnotic smell relieves anxiety, irritability, and insomnia.

It also exhibits powerful anti-inflammatory properties that may provide quick relief from skin burns and minor injuries. It also acts as a natural insect repellent so it acts as a good alternative to harmful mosquito repellents that are abundantly available in the market.

Net Quantity: 10 ml

How to Use?

  • It can be used as a diffuser oil by adding a few drops with water to an essential oil burner. Apart from its use as an air deodorizer, it can also be used in car sprays or linen sprays to keep them smelling fresh and lively for hours.
  • You can also use it in your laundry to keep your clothes smelling fresh and nice. 
  • You can use it as a natural mosquito repellent. You can add some oil to water in a spray bottle and can spray it indoors to keep mosquitoes at bay.
  • You can add it to your bath which will help you destress. It clears emotions and thoughts and supports a healthy, deep, and restful sleep. It will also help banish pain from your muscles and joints.

    Note: Do not use it directly on your skin. Add 1 or 2 drops of essential oil to a teaspoon of your chosen carrier oil and blend well.


  • Lemongrass essential oil contains a high amount of anti-fungal properties. This works against the growth of fungal infections on the body.
  • Application of lemongrass oil on the scalp strengthens the hair and promotes hair growth. It can even ward off the dandruff causing bacteria, reducing the white flakes considerably. Additionally, this oil gets rid of itching and soothes inflammation on the scalp.
  • Lemongrass has a component called Eugenol which has properties very similar to aspirin. Eugenol further promotes the release of serotonin which helps in regulating sleep, appetite, and other cognition related functions.
  • It cleans and nourishes your skin by removing oil and unwanted dirt from the pores. It helps keep problems like pimples and acne at bay.
  • Antibacterial and antiseptic properties of Lemongrass can be useful in healing wounds, cuts, scrapes, and minor injuries. Hence, it can also be used as an after-shave.
  • It also provides relief from congestion by breaking down mucus and supports healthy breathing that plays a key role in your overall wellness and immunity.
  • It contains antioxidants that prevent fine lines, wrinkles, and dark spots, giving you a nice and youthful skin.


Can you put lemongrass essential oil on your skin?
Organic lemongrass essential oil has purifying properties which makes it perfect for skincare leaving your skin feeling clean and clear.

Does lemongrass clean the air?
Spraying lemongrass oil in your house will cleanse the air, and promote clear breathing and healthy respiratory functions.

Is lemongrass oil good for hair growth?
Lemongrass oil stimulates the follicles, thereby nourishing hair growth, thickness and texture.

Can you dilute lemongrass oil with water?
You can buy pure lemongrass and use it as a natural, and secure insect repellent. For easy use, you can dilute the oil in rubbing alcohol or distilled water and put the solution in a spray bottle.

Do you need to dilute lemongrass oil?
Essential oils can irritate skin if not used responsibly. Diluting them prior to topical use, reduces the possibility of skin irritation.

Which oils can I mix with lemongrass essential oil?
You can mix the lemongrass oil with any carrier oil like Almond, Coconut, Sesame, Jojoba oil etc.

Is lemongrass oil a mosquito repellent?
Lemongrass oil is an effective repellent against mosquitoes and house flies.

Do essential oils expire?
Unlike food, essential oils don't go bad, but they do change overtime. It's challenging to ascertain what the oils have transformed into, making it hard to assess whether or not they are safe to use. It is better to avoid inhaling or using expired essential oils on your skin.


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