Neroli floral water is a wonderful solution and an absolute nourishing liquid too. It has long been used by people and is still being used. It is very cooling and relaxing in nature and does wonders for the skin.
Floral waters are produced during the extraction of essential oils. Some supply floral waters in amber glass to prevent deterioration through the effects of sunlight and they are fitted with an atomiser Spray for ease of application.
All floral waters are very fresh as we enjoy a very fast turnover, nothing stays around for very long and we obtain our floral water directly from the distillers. These waters are extremely versatile. They can be used in the manufacturing process anywhere that water is required.
They are an excellent Linen spray, and a simple way for the novice aromatherapist to enjoy the therapeutic benefits of essential oils.
A natural skin toner obtained from the delicate Orange Blossom flowers, known as Neroli. Instantly -
And even, leaves the skin with a delightful natural scent.
Neroli water is one of the most widely used floral water in perfumery. Neroli hydrolate is a non-toxic, non-irritant, non-sensitizing, non-photo-toxic substance. More than 12% of all modern quality perfumes use Neroli as their principal ingredient. Neroli Essential Oil Neroli floral water, Pure Neroli water blends well with any citrus oil, various floral absolutes, and most of the synthetic components available on the market. Neroli water is a classic element in fragrance design and one of the most commonly used in the industry. Neroli hydrolate is also used in flavors (alimentary) where it has a limited use. Neroli essential oil is edible, and is a rumored ingredient of Coca Cola if one is to believe any of the “secret” recipes which have surfaced over the years.
Neroli floral water may benefit scars, stretch marks, thread veins, mature and sensitive skin, tones the complexion, and reduces the look and creation of wrinkles. It is helpful for palpitations, poor circulation, diarrhea (chronic), colic, flatulence, spasm, nervous dyspepsia, anxiety, depression, nervous tension, and shock.
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