This product is DIY • Made in France • Vegan
Envigorating dull complexions is orange blossom hydrolate's speciality. This flower is known for its regenerating and skin-brightening virtues.
This orange blossom hydrolate can be applied undiluted. Using a cotton pad, apply the hydrolate evenly on the entire face, mornings and evenings onto clean skin before the rest of your routine.
Properties of orange blossom hydrolate
Orange blossom hydrolate offers noticeable radiance to the complexion while regenerating the skin.
It's also refreshing and soothing.
In aromatherapy, orange blossom hydrolate is known to calm nerves, promote self-confidence, and create comfort.
Botanical Name: Citrus aurantium L.
INCI: Citrus Aurantium Amara Flower Water, Benzyl alcohol, Dehydroacetic acid, Aqua
Density: 0.950 to 1.050
pH: 3 - 6
Odor: Aromatic, reminiscent of fresh orange blossom flowers
Synonym: Neroli Hydrolat
Orange Blossom Hydrolate is suitable for all skin types.
Its application brightens even the dullest complexions.
It's ideal for dry, mature and sensitive skin as it helps regenerate skin cells without aggression.
You can use the orange blossom hydrolate in the case of stress, both physical and emotional exhaustion, or in case of poor emotional management.
These facts are shared for informational purposes only. Typology doesn't claim to offer medical advice. To learn more therapeutic uses of this ingredient, please consult your physician.
Keep out of reach of children. Don't ingest.
Before use, test orange blossom hydrolate on the elbow and wait 24 to 48 hours to ensure no irritation is experienced.
Since hydrolates (floral waters) are sensitive to their environment, we advise you to keep them in their airtight sealed bottle.
We also added a gentle preservative (cosgard) in order to avoid contamination.
Our hydrolate has been distilled from orange blossoms belonging to the Rutaceae family. These flowers are grown and harvested in Morocco, Tunisia and France.
Orange blossoms grow on the bitter orange tree. It's long been used for its aroma in many desserts in the Provence region of France. Its essential oil is also highly prized by perfumers.