Composition (INCI): 100% Citrus Bergamia Peel Water
Method of production: steam distillation of the peel of the fruit
Country of origin: Italy
100% Bergamot hydrosolrelieves nervous tension, refreshes oily skin and shrinks enlarged pores . Its refreshing aroma with floral-fruity tones improves the mood and soothes the soul at the same time.
For which skin – oily with enlarged pores
How it helps – refreshes oily skin and shrinks enlarged pores
Hair – Refreshes hair. You can use it as a hair rinse at the last stage of washing, add it to hair masks and homemade shampoos, or spray into already washed, still damp hair from roots to ends. Do not rinse again.
Bath – In case of excessive stress, add 1 tablespoon to the evening bath and relax.
How to use – Spray a sufficient amount on a cotton pad and clean the skin. Or apply directly to the face so-called. mist. Don’t be afraid to mist your face with a good dose of flower water, your skin will appreciate it. It will be beautifully hydrated and ready for further care steps, such as the application of skin oil or botanical serum. Use to refresh during the day and to improve your mood. You can add it to face masks.
Fragrance – refreshing aroma with floral-fruity notes
Aromatherapy – Symbolizes upliftment and relaxation. Its aroma simultaneously improves mood and soothes the soul. It balances extreme emotional states such as worry, anxiety, despair and depression. It releases the suppressed emotions that lead to these extreme swings. It opens up spontaneity and optimism. It helps build higher self-esteem and strengthen self-confidence. It literally turns our bitterness into joy of life.
Aroma Tip 1 – in times of increased stress, spray bergamot hydrolate on yourself
Aroma Tip 2 – add 1-2 teaspoons to refreshing fruit desserts and smoothies
Aroma Tip 3 – if you have problems falling asleep due to increased stress, use a sprayer to apply the hydrolate on your wrist and inhale its relaxing aroma
Aroma Tip 4 – add it to homemade face masks to shrink enlarged pores
Bergamot is a hybrid of bitter orange and lemon. According to folk tales, Christopher Columbus brought Bergamot from the Canary Islands and began growing it in Bergamo, Lombardy, Italy, which is one of the hypotheses for the origin of its name. It was traditionally used to flavor Earl Gray tea, and in Calabria, Italy, it is used to make a traditional bittersweet marmalade. Its essential oil has been an indispensable component of traditional perfumery for centuries.
100% pure natural product, coming from family farming. We support small family business, hard work of honest people.
We pack it in our innovative bag-in-box. Advantages of the package: storage without access to air and light, preservation of the qualities of this flower water to the last drop, minimization of the carbon footprint, saves nature