Kobashi Frankincense Floral Water


LATIN NAME: Anthemis nobilis.
SOURCE: steam distillation product
ORIGIN: England.
AROMA: A light, spicy, herby floral water, acquired taste - some love it some don't.

QUALITIES: hydrolats are the product of the distillation of essential oils, however they are valuable therapeutic products in their own right they contain some of the water soluble properties of the plant.

They do not need to be diluted and can be applied to the skin to treat a variety of conditions.

They may be added to your bath, shampoos & moisturisers. Excellent tonic and skin toner, especially for sensitive and delicate skin. It has a surprising warm honey-like aroma.

All 100 ml Hydrolats are supplied with atomisers.

We recommend misting your face with this hydrolat before applying our moisturising cream.

Use to refresh your face.

Hydrolats do not need to be diluted and can be applied to the skin. Soothing and mildly antiseptic.

Can be used as a room fragrance. Excellent in steam irons for refreshing clothes and scenting linen. Plants love to be sprayed with Hydrolats.

Other floral waters available; Chamomile Blue, Chamomile Roman , Lavender, Frankincense, Juniperberry, Peppermint, Rose otto Neroli and Witchhazel Hydrolats

Best kept refrigerated after opening & used within 2 months.

Everyone has to understand that, although they are distilled and free of bacteria and molds at the onset, they are waters.

If you open a bottle of water what will it do? Just by breathing on it or a floating speck of dust entering it mold can start growing.

Say someone coughs, sneezes, particle of dust or dirt floats in when open, it's now contaminated. We have no control of this.

All our products are of equal quality. We purchase the best we can find.

Only issue we ever had with hydrolat is occasional leaking. This can happen if plane pressure at high altitudes. It is rare but can happen. Usually only a few ml could seep out.

They last longer in fridge.

All in all we are overly cautious with hydrolats because they are water.

Rose water last the longest because of it's natural ethanol content, which has a preservative effect. Chamomile, Melissa and Yarrow waters have been known to go off quicker.

The only way around this is to put a low open cap PAO or add a full spectrum preservative.

So would you like us to add preservatives? What preservatives would you like us to add?

We don't add preservatives, so these will be needed to increase shelf life: food grade sources: 0.1% Citric Acid (oxidation inhibitor), 0.1% Potassium Sorbate (mold inhibitor). 0.1% Sodium Benzoate (bacteria inhibitor).

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