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Tour the lavender fields of Provence
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With an average of 300 days of sunshine each year, you are almost guaranteed sunshine
during your stay in Provence.

Beaches on the French Riviera are almost empty, except in the month of August when the
French are "en vacances".

The lavender fields are so characteristic of Provence.  You will find lavender everywhere -
in the markets, in gardens and in fields  

Sandy beaches on the French Riviera, blue seas and rocky shorelines grace this
southern coast of France.

The food in Provence is wide ranging - from fresh fish on the southern coast - to the
mountain cookery as you reach the borders with Switzerland and Italy.  Why not book a
cooking vacation in Provence to try it for yourself?
Herbes De Provence, Lavande -- Print

Herbes De Provence, Lavande -- Print

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Lavandes Le Provence -- Print

Lavandes Le Provence -- Print

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For a beautiful range of Provence beauty products,
L'Occitane en Provence,
For over 25 years, L’OCCITANE has been using authentic and natural ingredients in
unique body care, face care and fragrance products for men, women and the home.

Fine Fragances
Body & Hand Care
Bath & Shower
Skin Care
Hair Care
Men - fragrances & shaving
Travel goods

Visit their English site
or request a copy of their catalogue
Lavender Pure Essential Oil

Lavender Pure Essential Oil
By Michael Baker

Lavender pure essential oil is cultivated and harvested in the Mediterranean today. More specifically, lavender is grown in Provence, France. Lavender, actually comes from the latin word lavare, which means to wash. Since the beginning of time, lavender has been used for all natural skin treatments.

The finest of the lavender species is English Lavender, Lavandula Angustifolia, which was formerly known as Lavandula Officinalis. What is origin specific about this species is it only grows above 3000 ft.

Lavender pure essential oil can help treat skin conditions, such as acne, and rashes. Just mix up 10 drops of the oil in a quart of water, and spray, or dab with a cotton ball on the surface of the skin.

This oil can also help you relax and enjoy a good nights sleep. Take a few drops of the oil, and rub them directly on your temples, and/or on the pressure points on the back of your neck. Then lay down, and enjoy the aroma.

Lavender is also one of the main pure essential oils used in massages today. The aroma of the oil is a relaxing aroma, and helps the persons being massaged to relax even more. Also, with the skin benefits of this oil, it is an excellent oil, when blended with a carrier oil, to be used for massages.

Lavender, being versatile, and good for the skin, is an excellent oil to have in the cabinet. Try some lavender pure essential oil today.

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