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Organic Pure IMMORTELLE Hydrosol( Hydrolate) Flower water plant therapy.

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  • skin toners, facial cleansers, baby baths
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Hydrolates, also known as hydrosols, or herbal and Flower waters , are by-products of the process of making essential oils. During this process, the herbs and flowers are distilled with spring water. The water is heated and presses itself through the plants as vapour, which collects the essential oils and other ingredients present. The essential oils - which float on the surface of the water - are removed, leaving the hydrolate, which contains a small quantity of essential oil and other water-soluble agents from the plant. Nothing else is added to our hydrolates/floral waters.
Be aware that many companies today sell so-called flower waters by using a whisking method to ‘solubilise’ essential oils into plain water. We believe that the true hydrolates are best for therapeutic reasons and we only sell true hydrolates.
Genuine sage water, rose water and the other waters included here are all produced naturally, as by-products of essential oil distillation. These waters can sometimes be used as they are, as skin toners, facial cleansers, hair rinses, for aromatic baths, baby baths, on compresses or in sprays for freshening up the skin. They can also be used to replace, or partially replace, water in various skin care products along with other ingredients, in e.g. skin toners/spritzers, facial cleansers, face masks, creams, lotions or shampoos.

Hydrolates are easily used on their own or added to other products - simple skin care!

Immortelle water is extracted from the yellow immortelle flower (helichrysum italicum), which originates from the Mediterranean countryside and produces wilderness in dry, dry, sunny areas and is also grown as a garden ornamental plant. It has silvery leaves and vibrant yellow flowers, whose fresh color remains after drying, thanks to its name, immortelle, that is, immortal.
Method of production: by the distillation of leaves and flowers of the plant
Geographical origin: France
Appearance: pure liquid, characteristic bitter, with a slightly pungent aroma.

(INCI): helichrysum italicum flower water

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