They call him "Indian gold" and sometimes Hammamelis, but we say witchcraft and that sounds fine too.
Ecological witch hazel hydrolate is obtained by a friendly distillery from leaves and twigs, which is considered very important because there are more active ingredients in the leaves.
Witch hazel is widely known as an effective tool to fight imperfections, oily and problematic skin, capillaries and irritated scalp.
Come back! We do not recommend you to deal with problematic skin. The problematic skin should be known, understood and loved and sprinkled from time to time with hydrolate for good intentions, out of care and sympathy.
The above hydrosol is also good for soothing overly tanned skin, skin irritated after shaving, and skin with small wounds or redness.
A very versatile guy, quite seriously.
And now the most interesting: it smells nice, green, grassy. You can go out into the city. No shame;)
We recommend it especially in the ritual of morning or evening care: use it to cleanse the face and neckline and apply a drop of the selected oil (e.g. from raspberry seeds) to the moisturized skin.
It leaves the skin soft and moisturized.
By mixing the hydrolate with any clay, we will get a fantastic face mask.
Radish peptides extend the shelf life of the hydrolate while showing exceptional moisturizing properties.
This intensely herbal distillate can be used for the care of all skin types, with particular emphasis on irritated, couperose, and oily skin that struggles with imperfections.
- soothes irritations, supporting the skin struggling with imperfections
- gently cleanses the skin and prepares it to receive oil or cream
- soothes redness and helps in healing minor wounds
- moisturizes and softens the skin
- soothes irritations and scalp problems
How to use: Use as a tonic, refreshing face mist, aromatic water (e.g. for bedding), oil / cream base.
Apply directly to the skin by spraying it with an atomizer or by dosing the hydrolate onto a cotton pad. Store in a cool, dry and shady place.