COMPOSITION: Pine hydrolate 100% – product is steam-distilled from the twigs and needles of the Scots Pine.
Ingredients: PINUS SYLVESTRIS LEAF WATER.
Country of origin “MĖTA” organic Pine hydrolyte – Lithuania.
Hydrolate of Pine restores the natural pH of the skin, tones and rejuvenates. Improves the complexion, makes the skin smooth and healthy. Helps in the treatment of dandruff and strengthens hair.
You will be surprised how many different ways to use hydrolate can be found! Spray it on the skin or hair in its pure form, add it to creams, masks, scrubs, bath water, make wraps and compresses on problem areas, use it to give a fragrant freshness to underwear or humidify the air in the house. Pine hydrolate neutralizes the drying effects of a long flight, as well as the effects of indoor and air-conditioned cars (spraying is the easiest way).
In short, a bottle of scented water will become your indispensable assistant for maintaining beauty, youth and good mood!
PINE HYDROLATE – product of steam distillation of the crushed branches of the Lithuanian pine Pinus sylvestris. Pine hydrolat – pure distilling product, without alcohol, preservatives, synthetic additives and aromas, non-diluted:
– neutralizes hard water settings on the skin;
– moistens and soothes, cherishes and harmonizes the skin;
– suitable for face washing and clearing final procedures;
– refreshes and stimulates.
– Evens the skin relief.
– Rejuvenates and eliminates swelling.
– Strengthens hair and accelerates its growth.
Hydrolate or flower water is a unique product that has recently been increasingly replacing synthetic tonics and lotions for skin care from our cosmetics. What is the secret of the popularity of hydrolates? First of all, this is an exclusively natural composition that attracts fans of eco-cosmetics. Hydrolate is obtained by steam distillation. Through Pine twigs and needles, steam is driven away and as a result, fragrant water is obtained, which has absorbed all the properties of essential oils, but in a safer concentration. And no alcohol, preservatives, or other chemical additives! Thanks to this, the hydrolate acts softly, easily penetrates into cellular structures and gives a noticeable cosmetic effect, noticeable almost immediately. Choose a hydrolate based on your individual characteristics, and you will be able to get rid of many imperfections of the skin or hair.
Pine needles hydrolate is perfect for the care of problematic, oily and combination skin. It is a natural antiseptic that gently cleanses both the skin and the air in the room, it’s a great antiviral and antimicrobial agent!
Pine scented water will take you into the atmosphere of a pine forest, where there is purity and freshness. You can use pine hydrolate needles to treat colds and also to care for the oral cavity. Pine water is suitable for combating dandruff, strengthen hair follicles and give hair shine.
Pine hydrolate has a sweet refreshing flavor with slightly subtle coniferous notes.
Can be used as a component of creams, lotions, cleaning milks, masks.
COSMETIC PROPERTIES TO THE HAIR:
– Strengthens, promotes hair growth
– Gives shine to hair
– Recommended for dandruff seborrhea
COSMETIC PROPERTIES FOR THE SKIN:
– Suitable for oily, problematic and combination skin
– Has antioxidant and anti-aging effect
– Moisturizes and tones
– Relieves irritation and evens skin tone
– Eliminates pimples, blackheads and tightens pores
– Cleans, deodorizes
– Has an antiseptic effect
– Eliminates puffiness and fights cellulite
– Expectorant and mukoliticescoe tool
– Helps in treatment of respiratory diseases
– Relieves muscle and joint pain
METHODS OF USE:
– As a tonic for the skin
– To prepare various homemade cosmetics, cultivation of dry masks and scrubs.
– In the form of compresses in the treatment of acne and acne
– As a compress for sore joints and muscles
– For the treatment of dermatological diseases
– As a basis for anti-cellulite body wraps
– As a gargle against oral diseases
– Spray on the scalp and hair to impart shine and treat dandruff
– For the prevention of colds it is recommended to spray the room and bedding
-For aromatizing Turkish baths, jacuzzis, hot tubs and sauna tubs.
– Individual intolerance to pine essential oil
– Store in dark place at temperature below 17 °C.
– Storage at room temperature significantly reduces the shelf life of hydrolate.
– When storing environment temperature above +10 °C, the slight precipitate.
– All the information presented on the website, is for reference only and cannot be recognized by treatment guidelines or call to action. In case of any health problems or illnesses need to consult a doctor and perceive aromatherapy as an additional aid to the body. The advice of the aromatherapist is required.
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