Active phytocomplex made with lavender, chamomile, St. John’s wort, lemon balm and verbena.

A phytocosmetic preparation with a soothing, calming and relaxing action, Lavanda Plus is a concentrate of active ingredients and natural essential oils known for their sedative and calming properties. Lavender, used in alternative medicine for centuries, is known for its effects in the treatment of pain, anxiety and sleep disorders, both by dermal absorption and by inhalation. Lemon balm and verbena are characterized by their anti-inflammatory properties and are useful for the treatment of pain, spasms and inflammation. Hypericum extractcompletes the formula with its anti-inflammatory, analgesic and antibacterial activity, valid for the treatment of skin disorders, such as burns and small wounds, and of the muscular system in case of neuralgia, joint pain and bruises.


Lavender: reduces anxiety, stress and tension thanks to its calming and relaxing effect. It also promotes sleep.
Lemon balm:known for its anxiolytic and tranquilizing properties, it is used for the treatment of migraines, insomnia and gastric problems, in addition to the benefits on reducing anxiety and irritability and to improve memory.
Verbena: relaxing and calming, calms nervousness and improves concentration.


Phytocosmetic preparation with soothing, calming and relaxing action.

How to use
Topical treatment: localized skin application.
Plantar application: on the sole of the foot for greater absorption of essential oils.
Hot or cold poultice: localized application covered with gauze soaked in hot or cold water.

– Do not use on children under 3 years of age;
– Avoid use during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

Other uses
Hot aromatherapy: in an essence burner in an oily dilution;
Cold aromatherapy: with the application of the ointment on a paper or cloth support to be kept near the nose and mouth.

After application, amplify the action of the treatment with Power plus or Power plus Mini, natural cherry stone pillows, for a hot or cold thermal action.

For more details on indications and interactions with other phytocosmetics and methods of use, click on the button below.

Helianthus annuus seed oil, ricinus communis seed oil, hydrogenated castor oil, hypericum perforatum extract, melissa officinalis leaf oil, lavandula angustifolia flower extract, verbena officinalis rectified oil, chamomilla recutita flower extract, lavandula hybrida grosso herb oil, citral, citronellol, geraniol, limonene, linalool, tocopherol.

Additional information

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