Peppermint Flower Water
Peppermint Flower Water
Zen earth oils

Peppermint Flower Water

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100ml flower water 

Peppermint flower water is amazing for your skin, it is cooling and hydrating. spray on face and body for the refreshing uplifting benefits. 

Tip- Keep in fridge and spray on face and body at the end of the day or after time in the sun to result in skin feeling hydrated, energized, and glowing.

About flower water-
Home made, vegan, chemical free hydrosol. These flower waters are distilled by us in Glass House Mountains Australia, they are made from plants and herbs that we have have grown or sourced. We use flower waters around our home daily and are excited to be able to share them with you.

Hydrosol is also known as flower water comes from the process of steam distilling plants, herbs or resins. Essential oils and hydrosols are both a product of plant distillation but the essential oil is the very concentrated oil and hydrosols are the water-based by-product with a smaller amount of essential oil suspended within it.
The aromatic water has all the same therapeutic properties as essential oils just not as concentrated, so flower waters don’t need to be diluted and can be directly on the skin.

More uses for flower water- 

Facial spray- spritz your face throughout the day to replenish skin. Keep in fridge for a cold refreshing mist.

Cleanser- Spray on face and wipe with cotton pad for a natural cleanser/makeup remover. 

Sunburn- spray to relieve sunburn. For best results keep in fridge.

Car freshening – spray in car. Avoid polished or fragile surfaces.

Bath- simply add a splash to your bath water.

Cleaning – mix flower water with vinegar to make a natural cleaning spray, put some in mop bucket for a floor cleaner or add some into washing machine.

Diffusing - you can use flower waters in an ultrasonic diffuser or humidifiers.

Linen spray – spray to freshen sheets, towels and clothes.

Hair care- spray on to damp or dry hair and massage into scalp.

Substitute for water when making fragrances, toners, creams, lotions and other skin care products.

Use in place of water when you mix powdered face masks.
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