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Which hydrolat should be used against blackheads?

Which hydrolat should be used against blackheads?

Blackheads can affect all skin types. A few good practices and the use of suitable skincare products can help eliminate them and prevent their occurrence. The application of an astringent hydrosol is one of the solutions to combat blackheads, but which one should you use?

Blackheads: What are they?

Blackheads, also known as "open comedones", occur as a result ofthe blockage of skin pores due to an excess of sebum and the accumulation of dead cells. Upon contact with air, the latter oxidises, hence its black colour. They are generally present in areas rich in sebaceous glands, such as the nose, chin and forehead. Blackheads can also appear on the shoulders, chest and back.

How to eliminate blackheads?

To combat blackheads, it is recommended to use astringent and purifying treatments. They work by eliminating excess sebum and dead cells that clog the pores. Using a hydrosol is a good solution for taking care of skin prone to blemishes. Indeed, this solution removes impurities while providing additional care to the skin depending on the ingredients used for their production. The hydrosol is applied daily to cleanse the face, thus helping to prevent the appearance of blackheads.

Peppermint hydrosol to combat blackheads.

Hydrosol is obtained from the distillation of plants using steam. The collected water retains all the properties of the plant used. However, it is less concentrated in active ingredients than essential oil and can therefore be used by breastfeeding or pregnant women.

Our peppermint hydrosol is made from mint leaves sourced from organic farming. Peppermint is known for its purifying and sanitising virtues. Thanks to its actions, peppermint hydrosol tightens the pores and removes impurities on the skin's surface. This treatment also promotes blood circulation, thus helping to reduce skin redness and achieve a unified complexion. Moreover, the refreshing action of peppermint soothes discomforts.

How to use peppermint hydrosol to combat blackheads?

Our peppermint hydrosol contains 99.4% naturally sourced ingredients. It is recommended for the care of skin prone to imperfections (blackheads, enlarged pores), acne-prone, and combination to oily skin types. It should be applied to the entire face, which has been previously cleaned with a cotton pad. It is used before the serum or face cream. You can apply it morning and evening.

Immediately reseal the bottle after use and store it in a place protected from sunlight and observation. Composed of water, hydrosols are more sensitive than essential oils. They are generally used within a maximum of 6 months after their opening.


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