Hydrosols are water-based products made from the distillation of fresh flowers, leaves, fruits, and other plant materials. They're a byproduct of the essential oil manufacturing process and share many of the same properties as essential oils. The difference is that hydrosols are mostly water
Black Pepper Hydrosol
Carrot Seed Hydrosol
Cinnamon Bark Hydrosol
Cinnamon Leaf Hydrosol
Clary Sage Hydrosol
Clove Bud Hydrosol
Holy Basil Hydrosol
Sweet Basil Hydrosol
Tea Tree Hydrosol
Valerian Root Hydrosol
Ylang Ylang Hydrosol
This hydrosol contains water-soluble compounds extracted from the garlic bulbs. These compounds include allicin, sulfur-containing compounds, and other phytonutrients, which contribute to the pungent, strong, and characteristic garlic odor.
Garlic hydrosol is obtained as a by-product during the extraction of Garlic Essential Oil. It is obtained by steam distillation of Allium Sativum or Garlic roots.Garlic hydrosol is one of the most powerful and medicinal properties. It has a strong, blunt and spicy aroma that can be beneficial in treating many respiratory and mental complications.Garlic hydrosol has anti-bacterial and anti-allergic benefits, that’s why it is popularly used in making bathing and cosmetic products.And Garlic hydrosol is also a natural disinfectant and insecticide as well
Geranium Hydrosol comprises geranium plant material extracts that are water-soluble. These substances include aromatic chemicals like Geraniol, Citronellol, and other phytonutrients.
Geranium Hydrosol, a natural floral water obtained through the steam distillation of geranium leaves and stems. It is used to deeply nourish the skin and is used to heal dry, chaffed and wounded skin.Rose Geranium Hydrosol has the most rosy and floral aroma. It is used in many products, diffusers, fresheners and others for this same aroma. It can improve mood and stimulate hormonal balance as well. It is added to skin care products because of its anti-ageing and anti-acne benefits. It is used in making bathing products like soaps, body washes, floor cleaners, and others to make them more nourishing and effective for all skin type.
Ginger hydrosol comprises substances that can dissolve in water that were taken from the ginger rhizomes.
Ginger hydrosol is obtained as a by-product during the extraction of Ginger Essential Oil. It is obtained by steam distillation of Zingiber Officinale or Ginger roots.It has a warm and spicy aroma that can treat cold, cough and congestion from the core. It is naturally blessed with anti-oxidants and vitamins that repair and rejuvenate skin.t is also used to treat acne and blemishes. It is an anti-inflammatoryliquid and can treat body pain, muscular cramps, contractions, etc. Hence, it is used in making pain relief balms and ointments. The invigorating aroma of Ginger Hydrosol can relieve stress and anxiety and boast confidence.It is also anti-bacterial in nature, which helps in protecting skin against infections and allergies. It can be used to make disinfectants and cleaners.
Water-soluble substances that were isolated from grapefruit peels are present in this hydrosol. Limonene is the main consituent in Grapefruit oil.
Grapefruit Hydrosol, a floral water produced through the steam distillation of grapefruit peels. Grapefruit hydrosol is highly aromatic water recovered at the pre-heater stage of the evaporator during the fruit juice concentration process. It is lightly aromatic with fresh, sweet, citrusy, pleasant aroma which is uplifting and cleansing and ideal for situations when one is looking to reduce the presence of unwanted bacteria and fungus.It is used to relieve minor pain and inflammation.
Water, the principal solvent utilised throughout the steam distillation process, is the main component of holy basil hydrosol. This hydrosol also contains water-soluble substances that were taken from the holy basil plant. These substances include aromatic chemicals like eugenol, caryophyllene, and other phytonutrients.
Natural Basil Hydrosol is the by-product of steam distillation of basil essential oil. There are two types of basil namely: sweet basil (Ocimum basilicum) and holy basil (Ocimum sanctum) also called tulsi. It is obtained by the steam distillation of Ocimum Sanctum or more commonly known as Indian Holy Basil, leaves. Basil is a natural antibacterial and antifungal. These two qualities make basil floral water excellent to add to lotions or 'spray recipes' designed to fight fungi.The basil hydrosol water is a perfect ingredient for different uses like hair care products, cosmetic care products, room spray, linen spray, room fresheners, aromatic bath, cleaners, skincare products and also aromatherapy.Basil leaves hold great significance in Indian Culture, it has also been called the Elixir of Life for its many healing and cleansing properties. It is used in making herbal teas, concoctions to treat cough and fever.
Water, the principal solvent used during the steam distillation process, makes up the majority of juniper hydrosol. This hydrosol also includes water-soluble substances derived from juniper berries. These substances include aromatic molecules like alpha- and beta-pinene as well as other phytonutrients, which help to give juniper its characteristic fresh, pine-like, and woodsy scent.
Juniper Hydrosol is obtained through the steam distillation of juniper berries. Because of its ability to detoxify, stimulate, and drain, juniper hydrosol is advised. Additionally, this natural tonic enhances circulation, which is beneficial for fatigued legs, for example. It can be a hydrating or energising beverage as well. In terms of beauty, it successfully helps to detoxify the skin.