|Article number:||Rosewater (rose hydrosol) Spray, 2oz|
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Suitable for all ages and any skin type, this hydrosol is simply brilliant at attracting needed moisture to dehydrated skin and holding it there.1 It may be used as a makeup remover, to soothe overheated and irritated skin and to cleanse cuts and scrapes.2,3 This hydrosol feels cooling and tingly when applied to the skin but is easily tolerated by those with sensitive skin, including infants and elders.
Rose oil (the active ingredient in this hydrosol water) is known for its pleasing scent and skin soothing benefits. It makes a great facial spray for sensitive and mature skin types, and is even safe for children. Use directly on your skin, or within a formulation. The scent throw will pass into your finished product, as will the skin soothing benefits of rose oil.
Rose Hydrosol makes a terrific aftershave that appeals to men and, either on its own or with other hydrosols, is a magnificent addition to every kind of aesthetic product and treatment for face and body.4
Aromatic Profile: Soft, rich yet delicate, sweet herbal/floral aroma with a subtle Rose-like note; reminiscent of the aroma of Rose essential oil. Note: When hydrosols are chilled, they may not be as fragrant as when they are at room temperature – the fragrant components lack much of their volatility when cold.8
Stability/Shelf Life: Moderately stable (about 12 months under ideal conditions). Please keep refrigerated to prolong freshness. If transferring to a different container, use containers (preferably glass) that have been thoroughly sterilized.
Use: Body / Skin care. Its pH generally falls in the range of 4.9 – 5.2.9
Safety Considerations: No known contraindications.
1. Catty, Suzanne. Hydrosols – The Next Aromatherapy, 2001, p. 119.
3. Harman, Ann. Harvest to Hydrosol – Distill Your Own Exquisite Hydrosols at Home, 2015, p. 175.
4. Catty, Suzanne. Hydrosols – The Next Aromatherapy, 2001, p. 119.
5. Lavabre, Marcel. Aromatherapy Workbook, revised ed., 1997, p. 26.
7. Industry communication.
9. Catty, Suzanne. Hydrosols – The Next Aromatherapy, 2001, p. 118.
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