Contrary to the thought that may come after reading the name of this hydrolate, the product is not obtained directly from citrus. It is obtained by distilling fresh flowers of the bitter orange tree, called neroli, with steam. It does not resemble citrus at all, nor does it smell – hydrolat has a wonderfully fresh floral fragrance.
It is interesting that neroli flowers are a symbol of innocence and purity. It has been scientifically proven that orange hyrolate inhibits the action of enzymes that cause the breakdown of collagen and elastin, thereby protecting the skin from loss of firmness.
How do I use it?
- orange hydrolate will work as a daily facial tonic; swaab with the product and rub the cleansed skin in the morning and evening,
- is an excellent product that cleanses the complexion from any cosmetic procedures; will work as a means of soothing irritation and redness after peeling,
- cosmetic swabs soaked in hydrolat left in the refrigerator put on the eyelids and leave for 10-15 minutes; compresses will reduce swelling and remove signs of fatigue,
- shampoo for hair enriched with a portion of hydrolat in a proportion of 1:1 will smooth the hair and make it lay out naturally, without frizz and tangly,
- use as a water phase for processing powder masks or clays,
- try its action in the form of gentle perfumed body water,
- spray the pillow before bedtime – you will relieve stress and sleep gently.
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Orange hydrolate has an antibacterial, astringent, anti-inflammatory effect, relieves irritation and reduces redness of the skin. We especially recommend its use to people with oily, acne-prone and oily skin. It is ideal for the care of capillary, delicate, mature and dry skin. The product has a relassing effect on the body, relieves stress and fatigue.
Composition/INCI: Citrus Aurantium Flower Water
Country of origin: Egypt