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Lemongrass Oil, Premium Therapeutic Grade 4 Ounce Essential Oil for Aromatherapy with Free Dropper

Includes a lifetime manufacturer’s warranty and satisfaction guarantee.

Safe for adults, babies, dogs, cats, and children, this large 4oz bottle of lemony oil is steam distilled, perfect for aroma therapy. Use in a solution with a diffuser, for making homemade cleaning products, or simply finding serenity in creating a spa-like atmosphere.

Made from the stems of the Indian Lemongrass plant, the oil is extracted and then steam distilled. The resulting oil is strong and majestic, and has a distinctive scent.

More than just a high quality oil at a low price with an adorable label, Invivo Essential is about value, quality, integrity, and caring. We believe in harvesting what nature has made, living peacefully on Earth, and giving back.

You’re going to love this oil in a glass roller bottle. Just dilute your it with a quality carrier oil, and roll it on your skin to allow it to work, Then you can store it in your purse and always have it handy.

Product Features

  • Includes free dropper with amber glass bottle and phenolic lid to protect oil from the UV rays of the sun.
  • Loaded with antioxidants key vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, C, folate, nutrients, magnesium, phosphorous, copper, potassium, calcium, zinc, and iron.
  • 100% pure, all natural Cymbopogon Flexuosus is powerful and potent, with a lovely fresh lemon scent.
  • Great gentle plant based essence for stomach aches, headaches, sore muscles, energy levels, and more.
  • Can be used for DIY products, Ayurvedic medicine, for a natural deodorizer, healthy skin, hair, reducing stress, achieving a restful sleep, and supporting healthy digestion.

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2 comments to Lemongrass Oil, Premium Therapeutic Grade 4 Ounce Essential Oil for Aromatherapy with Free Dropper

  • jenn

    PLEASE READ ALL! Not a pure essential oil! I understand buyers don’t want to read lengthy novels under the review section of a product (trust me, I’m one of them). But, before I begin, I want you to think about your mother, your husband, you child, or anyone you love unconditionally. Think about if that loved one had a terminal illness and you were using essential oils to help them medicinally. Think about the effectiveness of using a 100% pure essential oil in comparison to one that was unknowingly diluted. Now that you have that thought in your mind, read my review of this product to the end. I am very passionate about this for a reason you will soon read more about.To my disappointment, I have a big problem with this oil. At first sniff, this oil smells wonderful….almost TOO wonderful. I’ve smelled ylang ylang oil before (it is one of my sister’s favorites). This oil didn’t have a potent scent, but rather a more fragrant scent, so immediately a red flag went up for me. Essential oils shouldn’t smell like perfume. I questioned it’s purity right away. You can test the purity of an essential oil in several ways. I have been using essential oils for aromatherapy as well as for medicinal purposes for several months now. I own many different kinds of essential oils that are of various brands from a range of prices (from $5 to $40). I am always doing research on oils and learning new things about them. One of the first things I learned about is the purity of them or the lack there of. Here is a few ways to test them….1. One way is to put a few drops of oil on a piece of paper and let it dry overnight. If the next day, there is ring around the oil drops, or it looks “oily” on the paper, then they are NOT 100% pure essential oil and have an additive or chemical in the them. If the paper looks white like it did before you dropped your oils, then you have a 100% pure, essential oil. I test all of my oils when I receive them. After testing this brand, it FAILED! It left behind an oily residue.Many companies claim that their oils are “100% pure”, when in fact they are not, and are misleading you to believe that. Carrier oils such as coconut oil, grape seed oil, or jojoba oil are all 100% oils that can be mixed with 100% pure essential oils to dilute them when being used (because essential oils are so potent). So, even if they say 100% pure oil, you may not be getting 100% pure ESSENTIAL oil. You may be getting an essential oil mixed with carriers oil or even worse, with water, alcohol, fragrance, or some other additive or chemical to dilute them and make them cost effective to the seller.After reading some of the other negative comments, I noticed a trend of customers saying that their oil had an unpleasant scent like “petroleum jelly” or “cat spray.” My experience was way different in that it smelled TOO good….. And I have a thought of why, so don’t stop reading quite yet…Carrier oils, if not refrigerated, can ruin in just a few months and when refrigerated, they can last about a year. If these oils were mixed with a carrier oil, then that would explain why other customers had a nasty smell to their oil. It would also explain why these oils left behind an oily residue on the white paper I tested them on.2. Another way to test most essential oils for carrier oils is by the way they feel. They should not at all feel or look oily on the skin and this one did. I’ve researched that this can be caused from the essential oil being mixed with vegetable oil or some other type of oily substance.No carrier oil or any other ingredient is listed on the bottle.3. Every time I receive an oil and I’m not home, my husband decides to test them in the oil diffusers. I don’t like to use them in there until I check them because if they are not pure, they can ruin your diffuser. On the other hand, it can be another way to test the purity of an essential oil. In my experience so far, if I’ve put an oil in the diffuser that is not 100% pure, not always, but many times, when the diffuser empties and turns off, it is left with a film of nasty orange-y, brownish, slimy residue. That is exactly what happened after using this oil in ours. On a side note, I clean my diffusers with citric acid every 5-7 uses unless this happens then i clean it right away. (Try putting a YL essential in your diffuser or doing the white paper test on them and this will NEVER happen. I suggest you purchase at least one YL oil so you can compare potency and purity to other brands you purchase). So, DO NOT PUT THIS OIL IN YOUR DIFFUSER!!So…………………….here’s my conclusion on this DILUTED ylang ylang oil………… I think because some customers were getting oils that were starting to spoil (probably because a carrier oil had been added to it), this company started adding fragrance to them as well to offset the bad smell. …..Remember, I thought mine was very fragrant and…

  • Jstack

    I like that it came with a dropper

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