Lavender Hydrolat


Lavender Hydrolat

Lavender distillates essential water

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  • Camphor
  • Linalool
  • 1,8-cineol
  • Linalool acetate
  • Soothes sunburns, skin scratch, insect bites and eases skin irritation resulting from acne and eczema.
  • Rejuvenates tired skin.
  • Helps in easing children's hyper mode.
  • Reduces irritation resulting from shaving or depilation.
  • Helps in solving hair problems including dandruff.
  • Helps as internal Antiseptic, possesses an antibacterial and anti-fungal effect for intestinal problems.
  • Possesses an antispasmodic effect on gastrointestinal system.
  • Has soothing tranquilizing effect for reaching comfortable sleep.
  • When used as a gargle it soothes voice problems.
  • Helps in healing wounds and sterilizing them.
  • Provided as nasal spray to moisturize the nose and treat sinus inflammation.
  • Internally: 4-6 sprays three times daily for 3 weeks or as needed.
  • Externally: by sprinkling the face directly or by using a cotton pad.

Should not be used during the first three months of pregnancy.

  • Mixing Lavender and Chamomile hydrolats helps in reaching extra soothing effect for burns and irritated skin.
  • Mixing Lavender and Rose or Geranium hydrolats is useful in the treatment of abdominal spasms and menstrual pain.
  • Mixing Lavender and Rose or Chamomile hydrolats makes a natural good make up remover.
  • Mixing Lavender, Rosemary, Neroli or Melissa hydrolats is useful in the treatment of most skin problems.

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10ml, 35ml, 100ml, 150ml


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