Cedar Hydrosol Water
Hydrosols, also known as floral waters, hydroflorates, flower waters, essential water, herbal water or distillates are products from steam distilling plant materials. Hydrosols are like essential oils but in far less of a concentration. Our Cedarwood Hydrosol is of the best quality.
Cedar Water has been used topically for its benefits with rheumatism, arthritis, achy muscles, psoriasis, eczema, and fungal infections. It is also used to promote circulation, though it can also be a skin irritant in some people as it tends to constrict the pores of the skin.
Anti-bacterial / anti-fundal Cedar hydrosol water is steamed distilled in small batches in-house, on our own specialized equipment. Because we steam in such small lots, this practically guarantees that your waters are super fresh, or steamed just for your order!
Cedar Hydrosol Water can be used in lotions, creams, bath preparations or straight on the skin. They provide mild tonic and skin cleansing properties and are generally safe for all skin types. We manufacture our waters 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 if you are looking for a spot on scent that matches essential oil. Essential waters are designed to add a scent "throw" into your formulations, whereas hydrosol waters are designed more for their benefits to the skin -- their natural scent is just a bonus.
How to Use Cedar Hydrosol Water?
Cedar Hydrosol Water can be used as a facial toner or body mist. You can also use a fine mist on your clothing after being cramped in small quarters. Use our Cedarwood Hydrosol to calm the musty smell and clammy feeling and smelling refreshed.
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