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Chamomile Hydrosol

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Chamomile Hydrosol. Handcrafted in Alberta (steam distilled) using an Alembic Copper Distiller from Portugal + Locally Grown Chamomile.

What's a Hydrosol? Pure Plant Magic My Friend. It's an aromatic water created as a natural by-product when the leaves, fruits, barks, roots, and flowers of plants are distilled to produce essential oils. They share many of the same properties as essential oils and the plants they were created from, but they are much less concentrated and tend to have a gentler, more subtle aroma.  When using a hydrosol you get the skin supporting benefits and delicious floral aroma of an essential oil that can be used directly on the skin without dilution. 

Chamomile Hydrosol Benefits:

Everyday Skin Care: cleanses the skin, helps to lighten complexion, tightens pores, gives skin a healthy radiant glow. Effective at soothing skin irritations + inflammations, especially helpful at relieving acne, rashes, nappy rash, itchy spots and redness. Great for windburn + sunburn.

Eye Care: soothe itchy, burning eyes by soaking cotton balls in hydrosol and placing them directly on the eyes. Keep your eyes closed.

Energy: mist over your pillow and bed linen to lightly fragrance with therapeutic aromatics to support a restful sleep.  

Face Mist: Include our German Chamomile toner in your nighttime skincare routine. Its calming aroma and soothing properties for your skin will get you ready for bed and can encourage better sleep.

Note: please use within 6 months to ensure freshness or alternatively store in fridge up to one year.

It's important to note that while chamomile hydrosol has many potential benefits, individuals with specific skin or health concerns should consult with a healthcare provider or dermatologist before incorporating it into their routine. Also, make sure to perform a patch test before using any new skincare product to ensure you do not have any adverse reactions

Winter Warning: I strive to use glass bottles although in winter when temperatures drop below freezing I must change to PET bottles in order to guard against breakage.  Breakage happens during shipping when the hydrosol freezes, expands, and then breaks the glass.