Khus + Khus Blossom Hydrolat

Khus + Khus


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neroli + petitgrain + red mandarin + wild carrot

witch hazel + neroli flower water

Skin Concerns: acne, mature, sensitive, dry, scars, redness, broken capillaries, combination, environmental stress, palid.

Botanical Therapeutic ActionsThink of BLOSSOM as sublime, refreshing, revitalizing and balancing.

  • Neroli orange blossom hydrolat has one the most complex aromas, divine, floral, fresh. A primary anti-stress + calming agent is taking action on the nervous system. Neroli is an excellent treatment for sensitive + oily skin conditions.
  • Petitgrain appropriate for oily or combination skin. It has a calming + relaxing effect on the nervous system.
  • Wild Carrot soothing to skin irritations + inflammation, calming for eczema + psoriasis.  Wild carrot is healing to the face after extractions, dermal abrasions or peels promote the growth of healthy new cells.
  • Red Mandarin it has a tonic effect assisting in regulating the metabolic process and breaking down toxins and is excellent for revitalizing for tired, lifeless skin conditions.
  • Witch Hazel a powerful astringent effect it is possibly the strongest antioxidant hydrosol. Topical application reduces redness, swelling and is superb for soothing eczema. Powerfully antioxidant considered one of the most important anti­-aging substances.

Energetics: Uplifting, anti­-stress and calming, mild sedative without causing sleepiness.


Can be combined with face serums to assist in blending. Use throughout day + night to calm the nervous system, perfume the body + hydrate skin.


*citrus aurantium(neroli) hydrolat *hamamelis virginiana(witch hazel extract) *citrus aurantium (neroli)*citrus reticulata(red mandarin) *citrus aurantium(petitgrain) *daucus carota(wild carrot) made with eco-cert hydrosols


NON-GMO certified in the US, *denotes organic +sustainably wild harvested



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