Information on Essential Oil Hydrosols

Hydrolate, also called hydrosol, floral water, floral water, or distilled water, is a by-product of refining essential oils. This water flows through the distillation apparatus several times. On the way, it absorbs many water-soluble components from the plant material used. 

The resulting water contains many of the same properties as essential oils but in a more diluted form. They also smell amazing.

You can opt for rose otto hydrosol super (Bulgaria) – certified organic ACO from Sydney essential oil company.

What is hydrosol used for?

Hydrolates are great toners and skin toners. Alcohol-free, they don't dry out, so they can be used multiple times a day – handy for hot days or on the go. Try storing a hydrosol spray bottle in the fridge in the summer! The hydrolase can also be used as a base for indoor sprays, to mix with masks to make masks, or in skincare products.

Is all colored water hydrolyzed?

No, not all colored water is hydrosols. Some colored water is simply water infused with essential oils or other perfumes. Some have added other ingredients as well, including preservatives and even alcohol or flavorings, so it's a good idea to check the ingredient list to make sure you're buying. 

Are all hydrosols the same?

No, they aren't. Just as the properties of essential oils vary, so do their hydrosols. For many purposes such as a room spray, it's a good idea to choose one that smells good to you. However, for skincare, you can get more benefits by choosing a hydrolase that suits your skin type.