1. Helps Alleviate Anxiety
Lavender oil has traditionally been used as a remedy for relieving anxiety, and there’s substantial evidence suggesting a massage with the oil can be beneficial.  To create massage oils, lavender oil can be combined with a carrier oil such as almond or jojoba. One recent study takes that even further, finding that a capsule preparation of the oil can act in much the same way as some anti-anxiety medications! 
2. Promotes Restful Sleep
It seems that the same capsule preparation studied for anxiety could also be useful for aiding restlessness and improving sleep quality and duration.   Try adding a drop of essential lavender oil to your pillow at bedtime or use a lavender eye pillow to block out light and support restful sleep.
3. Encourages Hair Growth
Another study suggests that daily scalp massage with lavender oil can help avoid the hair loss from the autoimmune condition alopecia areata, a disorder that causes hair to fall out, often in patches. It seems that it might also go a step further than just discouraging hair loss, also encouraging new hair growth. 
4. Fights Some Types of Harmful Organisms
Lavender oil even shows potential against common skin and nail conditions. A recent study suggests the oil has strong action against nail fungus and can even attack fungal cells at the cell membrane. 
5. Supports Circulation
While the scent of lavender is very popular for its relaxation effects, a recent study also suggests aromatherapy could support normal circulation, while helping balance cortisol (a hormone released during stress) levels.   Adding lavender oil to your exercise or meditation routine may go a long way.
6. Promotes Comfort
Some evidence suggests aromatherapy could be useful in pain control, while another study suggests foot massage with the oil could be useful for dealing with symptoms of chronic pain.  [9