Ingredients: Water, natural lavender or lemongrass essential oil, castile liquid soap made with organic oils. (Note: the castile soap helps to 'bind' the ingredients together, but is not sticky or soapy).
Lavender Essential Oil:
Rheumatism, dermatitis, eczema, sunburn, insect bites, headaches, migraine, insomnia, infections, arthritis, anxiety, tension, panic, hysteria, fatigue, rashes, nervous conditions, spasm, balancing and relieves pain. Effective in treating infected hair follicles and other minor skin conditions, pimples, black heads and light forms of acne. Antiseptic, analgesic, antispasmodic, tonic, anti-inflammatory, antibiotic, anti-infectious, antitoxin, anti-parasitic, restorative, antidepressant, calmative, sedative. Good for all skin types, balances sebum. Good for burns, psoriasis, scars, thread veins, all problems concerning splitting of dermis and epidermis, soothes and regenerates cells. Stimulates cleansing and detoxifying. Helpful with dermatitis, eczema, sunburn, calmative, sedative, hot flashes and restorative. Cardiac tonic, lowers or balances high blood pressure, blood thinner, increases capillary circulation, aids in lymphatic detoxification. Raises blood sugar, eases digestion. Helpful and soothing in the birthing room, aids childbirth pain and speeds delivery. Brain and Central Nervous System sedative, nervous tension, manic depression, mood swings. Excellent children's remedy. Scent: Fresh, floral, light, powdery, and sweet, middle to top note. Source: Flowers
Lemon grass: is known as a great natural treatment for muscle cramps, as it alleviates the stress in the tissues and helps the muscles relax. But this herb has many other applications, ranging from a food additive to a fragrance used in beauty products. Some of the various uses of lemon grass include: a flavor supplement in food, especially wine and sauce; a fragrance for soaps, creams, detergents, perfumes, lotions, and hair products; a pesticide and rodent repellant; a degreaser; a treatment for depression; and a natural, safe way to fight off fatigue and to invigorate the senses.