4oz and larger bottles are sold for refilling, they are not intended for daily use.
For More information see the Bottle Size Usage Guide.
Which Lavender should I choose?
Lavender officinalis, often called lavender 40/42, is the Lavender of choice for making products such as soaps, perfumes, and candles. The 40/42 refers to the balance of Linalool and Linalyl in the oil. These levels are reached by mixing batches of Lavender oil together to get the right ratio. This gives Lavender officinalis a stronger aroma that is consistent from batch to batch. It also means Lavender 40/42 is considered a standardized oil rather than a pure oil. So while it is still a therapeutic Lavender it is regarded as less therapeutic than other varieties. Lavender angustifolia is the more therapeutic Lavender. It has a softer, prettier smell than the officinalis.
Lavender Officinalis Essential Oil
LeAgeLess, LeAmbition, LeAnge,l LeAssurance, LeBeGone, LeCandila, LeDelicate, LeDiscernment, LeEZ Traveler, LeInner Peace, LeIQ, LeIntensity, LeJulia, LeLetting Go, LeMillenia, LeMyGraine, LePurify, LeQuietEssence, LeSeasons, LeSimplicity, LeSolitude, LeTrust, LeTurmoil, LeUnity, LeVictory, LeVision, LeWarmDown, LeWithIn, LeWoman Wise
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Lavender is wonderfully calming in small amounts, but can be stimulating if used in too large a quantity or too often. This is especially true with babies and small children.