Uses for Floral Water

Floral waters are often used as an ingredient in a facial toner or tonic, but can be used straight on their own for a quick pick me up. They come in numerous scents being Chamomile, Geranium, Lavender, Neroli and Rose Floral Water. We, at Range Products, make our Floral Waters from Essential Oils. We also carry Sandalwood Hydrosol, which is made from steam-distilling plant materials.

Floral waters have many uses and can be used directly onto the skin with an atomiser for Bites and stings, for skin that is itching, or even on conditions such as eczema, rashes and psoriasis. For Cooling the skin, it is a perfect summer treat, spritz onto the face when you’re hot and bothered or after a long day in the office! Apply floral water to your face after cleansing, instead of your regular toner. It helps refine skin tone without making your face feel too tight. Although prevention is better than cure, lavender floral water can soothe sunburned skin and prickly heat. Soak a cloth in floral water and use it to wipe around the hands and faces of grubby children – it’s calming scent will relax stressed children too. You could also add some floral water to your baby’s bath to soothe nappy rash. Spray on between nappy changes as well. Add floral water to the final rinse cycle of your laundry, use as a linen mist when ironing or simply sprinkle onto your sheets before bedtime for a great night’s sleep! Use floral water as a final rinse after shampooing to condition the hair and add shine. Far safer than toxic air fresheners, liberally spray floral water around your home to scent the air – this is great to do before bedtime and after a stressful day. Floral waters can also be used as an ingredient in cooking such as adding to a drink, mixing in for a salad dressing or in desserts, such as rose water in turkish delight.

Floral Waters are a another great way to get the benefits of Essential Oils, so try some today!!

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