Dried Lavender Flowers

With its unmistakable fragrance, lavender is renowned for its use in the beauty industry, but this striking plant has many other applications – from medicinal through to distilling gin. Central to lavender’s popularity as a botanical ingredient is its abundant, floral fragrance – it’s both highly distinctive and highly prized. Both the Romans and the Greeks used the plant as a fragrance, while the Egyptians favoured its use as an embalming ingredient.

*Due to nature of botanicals, foreign matter can sometimes be found present amongst petals. We advise screening the petals for any debris which may be present amongst the botanicals before adding to your products.


Lavender’s most traditional use has been in skincare and beauty products – the dried flowers can be used in potpourri, to make soothing sleep pillows or scented sachets for your wardrobe. It’s believed to have calming and sleep-inducing properties hence why so many sleep-focused products make good use of this flower.

It’s also a popular essential oil for relaxation and blends well with rose, ylang-ylang, jasmine, lemon, clary sage, geranium and patchouli oils. It should not be used in pregnancy.

Lavender oil is often blended into skincare ingredients as it has a soothing, calming and anti-inflammatory effect.

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1 review for Dried Lavender Flowers

  1. Jacqueline Pugh (verified owner)

    I was amazed at how large this pouch of lavender was. It’s huge! They smell absolutely amazing

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