Made in France, Vegan
Invigorating dull complexions is this floral water's speciality. The orange blossom flower (Neroli) is known for its regenerating and radiance-boosting skin benefits.
HOW TO USE IT
Gentle enough to be applied undiluted, use a cotton pad to apply hydrolate to clean skin each morning and evening, before your usual serum or moisturiser.
IS THIS HYDROLATE SUITABLE FOR YOUR SKIN TYPE?
Yes, this orange blossom hydrolate is suitable for all skin types. It's particularly loved by dry, dull, mature and sensitive skin types as it helps regenerate skin cells without causing irritation.
pH: 3 - 6 Appearance: Liquid Colour: Colourless Odour: Aromatic, reminiscent of fresh orange blossom flowers
Keep out of reach of children. Do not ingest. Before use, test the hydrolate on your elbow and wait 24 to 48 hours to ensure no irritation occurs.
Our hydrolate has been distilled from orange blossoms belonging to the Rutaceae family. These white or pale pink flowers from the bitter orange tree are grown and harvested in Morocco, Tunisia and France.
Orange blossom is often used by dessert chefs in the Provence region of France and its essential oil – you might know it as Neroli – is highly prized by perfumers.
WHAT DOES THIS HYDROLATE DO?
Orange blossom hydrolate noticeably boosts radiance while gently regenerating the skin.
It's also a refreshing and soothing tonic to wake up the skin each day.
In aromatherapy, orange blossom hydrolate is known to calm nerves, promote self-confidence and create a feeling of comfort.
Orange blossom hydrolate can be used in cases of stress and emotional exhaustion.
Please note these suggestions are shared for information purposes only. Typology doesn't claim to offer medical advice. To learn more therapeutic uses of this ingredient, please consult your physician.
FULL INGREDIENTS LIST
INCI: Citrus Aurantium Amara Flower Water, Benzyl Alcohol, Dehydroacetic Acid, Aqua.
We regularly update the lists of ingredients used in the composition of our products. Before using our products, feel free to read the ingredients list on its packaging label to ensure that the ingredients are suitable for your personal use.
Aromatherapy scientific and medical treatise: hydrolats - Michel Faucon (Doctor of Pharmacy) Complete dictionary of hydrolats and floral waters - Jean-Philippe Zahalka (Doctor of Pharmacy)
This information is indicative only and taken from reference publications in aromatherapy. It does not engage the responsibility of Typology or constitute medical advice. For any therapeutic use, please consult a doctor.
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