• Cleansing, fortifying and calming

  • Can be used as a skin toner, as a cooling body mist or added to your bath

  • Our definition is that a Hydrolate is the water recovered from the distillation of the essential oil

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Part of our delightfully refreshing range of hydrosols and hydrolats.
The aroma of this particular floral water does not have any resemblance to Lavender itself. It does however contain a number of healing properties which can be hugely beneficial to the skin when used as a natural toner. It is this that makes it a popular product to use within aromatherapy and natural skin care.
AVOID CONTACT WITH EYES. IF EYES ARE AFFECTED WASH OUT THOROUGHLY AND IMMEDIATELY WITH WARM WATER AND DO NOT RUB. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY.
"Hydrolats (or hydrosols) are valuable therapeutic materials in their own right and can be used alongside essential oils or in place of them especially in cosmetic applications and for treating skin disorders. They can be applied to the skin direct, without further dilution and are particularly useful where non-oily or water soluble treatment medium is needed, for example in some forms of eczema where oils or oily creams seem to make the condition worse." - an excerpt from Aromatherapy an A - Z by Patricia Davis.