Lavender Hydrosol. Handcrafted in Alberta (steam distilled) using an alembic copper distiller from Portugal + Lavender from Okanagan Valley.
Available In Both 50ml Travel Size Frosted Glass Bottle + 100ml Full Size Frosted Glass Bottle.
Pollinator Collection: What's the buzz about bees? Without bees pollination many of our herbal crops won't grow. We have deep gratitude towards our pollinating friends and the plant magic they provide for us.
Please use within 6 months to ensure freshness or alternatively store in fridge up to one year. Lavender Hydrosol has so many wonderful uses, below is just a handful. Send an email and let us know how you are using yours.
Lavender Hydrosol Benefits:
Hydrates Skin: You can use daily to improve your skin’s moisture content, giving you a naturally plump look. Use as a toner or as a cooling mist, its lasting hydrating effect will keep your skin supple.
Tightens Pores: Naturally astringent lavender hydrosol can help tighten the pores and keep oiliness at bay. So if you have oily or acne-prone skin. Naturally restores the skin’s pH balance.
Protects Skin: Phenolic compounds, antioxidants found in lavender hydrosol, work to protect the skin against free radicals. Free radicals are molecules that damage healthy cells and cause premature ageing. Lavender hydrosol’s antioxidant properties will help to keep your skin looking healthy and youthful for longer + naturally.
Energy: mist over your pillow and bed linen to lightly fragrance with therapeutic aromatics to support a restful sleep. Also can add to a diffuser to encourage relaxation + sleep.
Children: Lavender Hydrosol is a great choice for children due to its sweet smell and calming effect. It can be sprayed into the bath or directly on the bed for a restful nights sleep. Little girls may enjoy using this as a natural perfume and this hydrosol works great as a calming room spray. Lavender Hydrosol can be used to clean baby’s bottoms and in a baby’s bath.
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.