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New in the Shop: Helichrysum & Neroli Hydrosols!

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We are excited to offer these two new Certified Organic Hydrosols!

 

Organic Helichrysum Hydrosol

This divine hydrosol smells much like a diluted version of its essential oil counterpart. It has a dry-green floral aroma with earthy tea-like back notes, which some consider to be an acquired odor. If you enjoy the aroma of Helichrysum essential oil, you will appreciate this lovely hydrosol. The similarity to the essential oil make this hydrosol a cost effective alternative for incorporating the healing power of this little flower into skin care formulations and perfume blends.

 

Organic Neroli (Orange Blossom) Hydrosol

This delightful hydrosol has an uplifting, bitter-sweet, citrusy, floral aroma that is quite complex. It is a very mild version of its essential oil counterpart, making it a beautiful addition to formulations. It has a gender neutral aroma making it a great hydrosol for the whole family.

 

Visit our website to see our full line of Certified Organic Hydrosols.

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Topics: Aromatherapy, Natural Body Care, Specialty Ingredients

Christine

Written by Christine on January 9, 2015

As Products Manager, Christine Rice has been working with the botanical goodies at Mountain Rose Herbs for over 14 years. With a Certificate in Aromatherapy from The American College of Healthcare Sciences, she works closely with the essential oils and hydrosols that we offer. She connects with the aromatherapy industry through our National Association of Holistic Aromatherapy business membership and contributes on working committees with The American Herbal Products Association. In addition to her love for aromatics and blending essential oils, Christine can be found gardening and exploring the beautiful Pacific Northwest. She enjoys canning and preserving food, knitting when she has time, and keeps busy with her energetic daughter.

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