Rose Floral Water
ROSE HYDROSOL - 100% NATURAL FLORAL WATER!
Hydrosol Name: Rose Hydrosol
Botanical Name: Rosa damascena
Hydrosols are different than essential oils. A hydrosol (floral water) is the by-product of the essential oils distillation process. When essential oils are extracted from the plant materials, the “leftover” water from the steaming process is collected and put to use.
Once thought of as waste, hydrosols contain all the therapeutic properties of essential oils, just at a lower concentration. Essential oils can become too strong and overly potent without proper dilution, but hydrosols are safe and ready to use. They can be sprayed into the air, applied directly to the skin, and used in the home.
Floral water, aromatic water, hydrolats and hydroflorates are all terms used to describe hydrosols.
Rose Hydrosol has a cooling, calming effect that increases circulation when applied to the skin.It is commonly used alone for its many skin-improving benefits or added to lotion and cosmetic recipes. It is also an anti-inflammatory and can be applied directly to sunburns and rashes. The light floral aroma induces happiness and romance, and can ease depression and anxiety. It is a favorite among women for balancing PH levels and to combat cramps and moodiness during PMS.
Examples of when to use rose hydrosol:
Spray on face and neck to tighten pores and boost collagen
Add to lotions to soften skin, calm redness or to hydrate dry, flaky skin
Spray directly onto scalp and rub in to promote hair growth, or comb through hair to repair split ends
Use as a spot treatment on cold sores and other bacterial infections
Use a warm rag soaked in rose hydrosol on the abdomen to ease discomfort after childbirth or to relieve menstrual cramps
Spray in the bedroom, on bedsheets or directly on the body as a natural aphrodisiac
This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Safety Information: For external use only. May cause skin irritation for those with sensitive skin.
Please note, the International Federation of Aromatherapists do not recommend that Essential Oils, Carrier Oils, or Hydrosols be taken internally unless under the supervision of a Medical Doctor who is also qualified in clinical Aromatherapy.
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