Calendula Hydrosol Water
Calendula Hydrosol Water that remains after producing an essential oil via steam or water distillation. The plant matter used in essential oil distillation imparts the hydrosol with water-soluble aromatic and therapeutic properties of the plan Unlike essential oils that should be diluted prior to application to the skin, hydrosols are much gentler than their essential oil counterparts and can generally be used directly on the skin without further dilution. Calendula Hydrosol Water can be used in place of water creating natural fragrances, lotions, creams, facial toners, and other skincare products.
We manufacture Calendula Hydrosol Water with their therapeutic value to the skin and body in mind, we do not market our waters as a scent additive - though of course, all waters will have a unique scent .... some will be significantly lighter in scent than others will - this is because of the plant material they are steamed from. If you are looking for a scent additive for your formulation that is water-based, I would suggest checking out our Essential Water categories instead of hydrosol waters. Essential waters are designed to add a scent "throw" into your formulations, whereas Calendula Hydrosol Water is designed more for their benefits to the skin -- their natural scent is just a bonus.
All forms of Calendula Hydrosol Water are used in the beauty care industry. This is no wonder since it holds a variety of therapeutic benefits. As a facial toner, this flower is said to help stimulate the growth of collagen that our body naturally produces and loses over time. As our skin loses collagen, the appearance of wrinkles and lines is more profound. Calendula Hydrosol Water is also anti-bacterial and assistants with topical pain management of minor skin abrasions and small cuts. Try using this as a spray, directly on your skin - or add to any beauty care recipe. Calendula Hydrosol Water can also be used with animals for skin conditions. The distiller tells us that Calendula hydrosol is both anti-bacterial and a general anti-microbial.
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