Lavender Essential Oil: 

Lavender is a warming and comforting essential oil.  Usually regarded as the most versatile and useful essence for therapeutic purposes, it is mostly cultivated in France, although English lavender is available also! 

Many describe lavender as a balanced oil on the yin-yang scale as it will treat many conditions of the body and mind.  It is renowned for its use in headaches and migraines, nervous conditions, heart palpitations, inflammation, burns, eczema and many others.  Lavender oil also benefits the “itis” conditions, such as cystitis, halitosis, bronchitis and others.  Where there is an emotional or nervous problem, Lavender oil will be of assistance, such as in a nervous stomach, a carminative for the stomach, colic in infants, etc.  Its antiseptic properties make it useful in treating skin infections, burns, insect bites, such as bee, wasp, mosquito, gnat, even nettle stings.  Great also for ear, nose and throat infections.  Although it is very useful in treating burns, it is not an effective sun screening agent. 

Lavender is even more beneficial when combined with other oils for the purpose of enhancing their effectiveness.  Example: use it together with Chamomile oil in a bath or foot bath to relieve physical and nervous fatigue.  Or try lavender, vetiver and bergamot oils in a massage oil or lotion to calm, yet uplift mind and body.  Beaulance NaturEssence Lotion provides this same blend to soothe and comfort mind & body! 

Knowledge of Lavender’s properties, together with a little imagination will serve you well in creating your own custom blends!



Women frequently ask about exfoliation, what kind is best for their skin and how often they should exfoliate?  A very effective and affordable way is to combine a natural cleanser with a clay that is suitable for your skin type.  If you have dry, sensitive or mature skin, use a fine clay.  If you cleanse every day using a cotton pad or cloth to remove accumulated particles, dead skin cells, oils or makeup, then once/week is sufficient to exfoliate.  Simply moisten your skin first with warm, clean water to open your pores.  Then add 1/4 to 1/2 tsp of clay to a dollop of cleanser, such as Beaulance Sea Rose Cleanse Lotion.  Work in upwards and leave on for several minutes, then rinse with tepid water. 

This is great for stimulating circulation and strengthening your skin. Many other benefits to exfoliating are: sloughing off dead skin, increasing the skin’s radiance, clarity and youthfulness, unclogging pores, removing both inner and outer pollution to restore your skin to a healthy balance, helping to prevent acne, helping your skin care products to absorb more deeply and working more efficiently, helping to even skin tone, boosting circulation and lymphatic drainage, stimulating oxygen rich blood to feed and nourish the skin’s surface, helping to increase cell turnover and leading to a more glowing skin, stimulating collagen synthesis which improves skin’s  integrity and texture and finally keeping your skin looking plump, tight and young!  So it turns out that exfoliating is actually an anti-aging and simple practice! Affordable too 🙂

Follow with a healthy moisturizer such as Naturose Face Cream, our #1 product for more than 20 years and/or Golde Serum!

A very versatile nutrient for immunity, as anti-histamine, anti-inflammatory, for energy, deleting aging cells and much more!

Quercetin came to awareness a lot more since early 2020, with the arrival of covid.  Since then, it’s practically a household word.  It is a naturlly occurring nutrient, shown to selectively delete old/aging cells, while leaving healthy, youthful cells undisturbed!

It has age decelerating properties which help reduce disease throughout the body, including your largest organ…your skin!  As well, it helps to regain youthful function of the body with regular intake.  Primary food sources are many fruits and vegetables, such as blueberries, applies, citrus, onions, peppers, etc.  Even green tea provides it 🙂  Taking quercetin in supplement form is recommended as we don’t get enough of it for optimal health from food alone.

Quercetin also helps to clear senescent (aging) cells from the body which is very significant for slowing down and even reversing aging.

Very important to those of us concerned with our skin health, quercetin helps to preserve our skin’s integrity as it helps to remove senescent fibroblasts in the skin.  It has been shown to reverse skin and wound damage, thus promoting healing!  Daily intake of quality quercetin may greatly improve your health, including that of your precious skin!

Atopic (allergic) dermatitis, or eczema, is a chronic inflammatory dis-ease that affects up to 25% of people.  Symptoms are dry, itchy and inflamed skin.

This skin ailment has doubled in the last decade!  Cold, dry weather leads to dry skiin and sets the stage for its manifestation.  Eczema sometimes leads to severe skin trauma such that secondary inflections can result from scratching the affected area(s).

Conventional  Treatments

These include antihistamines, oral and topical steroids and antibiotics, designed to mitigate itching and inflammation.  Some temporary, superficial relief may be had, but at what cost to your health?  Pharmaceutical drugs always carry long term side effects.

Natural and Organic Treatments

Both internal and topical remedies are available which offer lasting and deep healing to the skin and entire body.

One important remedy is GLA.  Taken internally, GLA helps to overcome a dietary deficiency of Omega 6 linoleic acid (LA).  Lack of it results in a scaly skin disorder and water loss in the skin.  As you age, it becomes increasingly important to add a GLA supplement to your diet; this will allow you to restore your skin to a healthier state, free of the torment of eczema.

Topically, you can use oils and herbals which impart GLA and other healing properties to soothe, calm and restore your skin’s natural, healthy state.

The four products in this image each offer remedial oils and herbs to help you in the healthiest and most natural way. Below are the links to each: