Download: LJ’s Natural Guide to Linalool & Limonene
A really detailed guide to linalool and limonene, how to avoid them, which essential oils do not contain them, how to use them for your skincare, or your general well-being, plus how to make your own natural skincare.
Are you fed up with not being able to buy lovely skincare in the shops, because linalool or limonene is listed on virtually all labels? Don’t worry …
This easy-to-ready guide tells you everything you need to know, answers all your allergy questions and takes you through how to make simple, effective skincare for yourself. Get to grips with your skincare allergies and understand how to overcome them.
Immediate download on purchase (no paper copy). Over 40 pages of detailed information.
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Want to know HOW to manage your linalool or limonene allergy? Or want the full details on where to find them and how to avoid them?
There's a good reason why I've written this extensive guide to both linalool and limonene. My most popular blog is the one about linalool, because loads of you are allergic to it. This allergy often goes hand in hand with a limonene allergy, so I've written a blog about that too. And because there's quite a lot of information that's misunderstood, and so much to know about essential oils and their naturally occurring allergens, I decided to put together my extensive aromatherapy knowledge and write this book.
You are probably sick and tired of looking at skincare products in the shop, and seeing the dreaded linalool or limonene listed on the ingredients list! Well once you've read this guide, you won't have to worry about that anymore.
Here's everything you need to know about linalool, limonene, and the essential oils you CAN use, and HOW you can use them to benefit your skin, your body and your general emotional well-being. Plus step-by-step instructions on how to put these essential oils together into skincare blends YOU can use!
I do have a range of very gentle skincare ready made, that you can use if you have allergies, but this book will tell you how to make your own very simple skincare.
This is what you'll find in my guide to linalool and limonene:
- What Are Essential Oils
- What Are Naturally Occurring Allergens?
- What Are The Allergens Called?
- Skincare Labels & Latin Names
- What Is Linalool?
- Which Essential Oils Contain Linalool?
- Essential Oils That Do Not Contain Linalool
- What Is Limonene?
- Why Is Limonene Found In So Many Things?
- Essential Oils That Do Not Contain Linalool or Limonene and HOW to use them
- Where To Buy Your Essential Oils
- LJ Products That Do Not Contain Limonene or Linalool
- How To Use Essential Oils For Your Health
- Want To Make Your Own Linalool/Limonene Free Products?
- A Few Rules About Essential Oils:
- How To Put Together A Blend Of Oils To Suit Your Needs
- About Other Natural Ingredients
- Skincare Ingredients To Avoid
- Make Your Own: Let’s Get Ready To Make!
- Calming Bath Salts
- Uplifting & Firming Organic Body & Bath Oil
- Organic Lip Balm
- Organic Bath Melts
- Hand & Body Exfoliating Scrub
- Herbal Organic Deodorant
- Calming Organic Face Balm
I'd love to know if you find this guide helpful - do give me feedback, as future versions can be updated accordingly.
For more details on all things aromatherapy and skincare, you can read my blogs.
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Helen Malone (verified owner) –
After a month of on line searching to no avail, to try and find out which essential oils contain Linalool, I came across LJ Natural and this brilliant little book. When you have allergies to fragrance including Linalool it is extremely hard to find products that are safe and without the knowledge this book contains, nigh on impossible, due to the misinformation that is on line. The information given in the book has given me the confidence and understanding that I needed, so thank you. I would definitely recommend. I have spoken to Lisa about Balsam of Peru which I also have an issue with. She was extremely helpful and went out of her way to assist me, rather than trying to sell me something that might not work for me.
Amelia Calvert (verified owner) –
I can’t tell you how much Googling I have done in the past on limonene and linalool trying to find out more on them as two allergens for me, so the relief and gratitude when I saw this book had come out was huge! It really lived up to my expectations and explained things clearly and concisely in a way I hadn’t found before. Like most books it also prompted more questions I have (!) which I know will help me explore skincare and how we look after our bodies, skin (and planet) even more. Highly recommend this for all wishing to understand more on limonene and linalool.
Jan Rostron (verified owner) –
This guide is worth every penny and more in my humble opinion. It is chock full of information, easy to read, and so generous, even containing easy to make products yourself – well I say easy, Lisa makes it look so achievable and I am excited to get experimenting!
The guide starts by describing what aromatherapy oils are and then goes on to explain what allergens are, and even lists the most common ones so we know what to look out for on labels. There is a detailed section on Linalool and Limonene to help us understand where these are derived from and which oils contain them. There is a comprehensive list to show not only which oils are fine for Linalool/Limonene allergy sufferers to use, but also a description of the oils’ properties, what they are best used for etc. I found this to be most helpful.
Lisa recommends some of the best sellers to purchase oils from and even what to look out for on suppliers websites to ensure the quality, so even if you already have somewhere you purchase your oils from you can check to see if they are affiliated.
We get to know all of the products available from LJ Natural that are L&L free and also encouraged to ask for other products to be adapted even if not listed as such as Lisa can be accommodating with this.
As if all this info is not enough, there is a further section re oils and how best to use them and a fantastic list of suggested oil blends to use for certain common emotional and physical issues, i.e Fatigue / Anxiety / Headaches / Coughs & Colds / Stretch-marks / Cellulite and many more, extremely useful, all done for us!
Even more invaluable info follows, such as other great products to use when making your own skincare items and, most importantly, those to avoid – this is especially handy for us to be able to check ingredients of any other personal items we have around the house, and so we know what to avoid when purchasing in the future.
Finally, a whole SEVEN recipes for us to try our hand at, they all sound amazing, they range from exfoliating scrub to lip balm!
This guide is jam packed full and so much info, but not overwhelming at all. I would highly recommend purchasing, even if you don’t have a particular sensitivity or allergy, the recipes alone and the lists of oils – properties and different blends are really worth having, not to mention the ingredients to avoid. I’m off to make some bath salts, wish me luck 🙂
Lisa Johnson –
I’m so pleased to see that you are finding the guide useful!
Helen (verified owner) –
Thank you for producing this book! For someone with a Linalool and/or Limeone allergy, this book is a perfect guide to everything you need to know about essential oils that are safe to use and what to avoid in skincare ingredients. I would also recommend it to non allergy sufferers looking for a natural approach to skincare. This book will save you trawling through the internet gathering information from different sources. I really like the detailed descriptions of essential oils and their benefits. Lisa even provides recipes to make your own products at home. I’m not sure mine would be as good as LJ Natural’s though!