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I have always heard that Lavender is a wonderful scent for relaxation and was very interested in trying this one when I was asked to review this product.
I have not had a lot of experience with Essential Oils, but my thought was .... you need to start somewhere and Lavender is a good thing.
I have to say the oil itself is very strongly scented. You really only need a drop or two to make a difference in the area where you put it.
I had put some on a cotton ball, using the enclosed stopper and put it into a pillow in my great room.
I have to say DAYS afterwards you could still smell the Lavender scent, especially when you lean on the pillow.
My daughter has also used it on her cool mask. She, at times, has headaches and feels better when she wears her mask and lays down. The Lavender scent is perfect for relaxation (aromatherapy?) so she put some on her mask to try out. And yes she did like it too.
The only real "problem" I see with this product is that it comes with a medicine style dropper instead of using the European dropper style I have seen on others.
I see what looks like the European style in the bottle cap, but I can't see that it can be used or removed from the cap.
From what little I have seen and used, the European style gives you more "control" over how many drops you use at any given time.
That being said, I still think this is a very good product for any household. Just be careful to not use too much or you could be in Lavender Nirvana, but then again, that might not be a bad thing.
I did receive this product for free or at a steep discount as part of the Tomoson.com review program from #NewYorkBiology in exchange for my honest review. Regardless, I never recommend anything that I don't feel would be of benefit to my readers.