Bay Laurel Organic Hydrolat, 200ml

€ 6,30

Organic Bay Laurel hydrolat (Laurus nobilis) is recognized for its purifying and astringent properties for the skin. 100% organic, micro-filtered and preservative-free.

Antiseptic, it's a delicious mouthwash and gargle for infection and general dental hygiene or bad breath. Put in a small spray bottle and carry it with you to use as a hand sanitizer.

Bay Laurel is a good after-dinner digestive, particularly after a rich or fatty meal. It will relive gas or bloat associated with excess.

Stimulating, it helps fight against fatigue.

Indispensable in the kitchen, bay laurel can be added to every savory dish. Sprinkle it on cooked pasta, and add it to sauces or soups with fish or meat, juices, and salad dressings. One of the tastiest hydrosols of them all.

- Purifies combination and oily skin
- Revitalizes hair
- Astringent and skin tonic
- Antiseptic, refreshing
- Digestive soothing
- Stimulates concentration

After opening, keep in a cool place and use within 6 months.  

More information

Latin name: Laurus nobilis

Origin: France

Distilled part: leafy twigs with berries

Extraction method: Steam distillation

Quality: 100% pure & natural, microfiltered, preservative-free

Cultivation method: Organic farming

*All ingredients come from organic farming.
- Organic home fragrance certified by Ecocert Greenlife - F32600.
- Vegan, non-toxic, 100% natural, synthetic-free
- Not tested on animals

Usage tips

Usage Tips for Body and Soul:

1. Sprains and Contusions: Craft a cold compress by blending a towel soaked in cold water with 3-6 tablespoons of Bay Laurel hydrosol. Apply to the painful area for soothing relief. For active kids, make a reserve of hydrosol ice cubes for those sports-induced injuries.

2. Oral Care: Bay Laurel hydrosol comes to the rescue for mouth ulcers, gingivitis, or parodontitis. Simply spray the affected area multiple times a day.

3. Children's Thrush: Mix Bay Laurel hydrosol with geranium and/or palmarosa and spray on the thrush throughout the day.

4. Varicose Veins: Spray on varicose ulcers and consume 2-3 tablespoons of hydrosol daily in water for added support.

5. Radiant Hair and Scalp: Combat dandruff, hair loss, and dermatosis by spraying and massaging the scalp with Bay Laurel hydrosol. For an extra boost, mix it with cedar hydrosol.

Culinary Delight: Elevate your culinary creations with Bay Laurel hydrosol. Add a touch of magic by spraying it on boiled potatoes, cabbage, and lentils at the end of cooking.

Let Bay Laurel become your partner in wellness and self-discovery. Its calming strength and transformative energy are yours to embrace.

Precautions for use

- Product for food use.
- Keep away from light and heat
- Young children, and pregnant or breastfeeding women, it is imperative to seek the advice of a health professional trained in the use of hydrosols.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Avoid prolonged use.
- Respect the dosages/dilutions in case of mixtures with other vegetable oils and/or essential oils

- Our aromatic hydrosols, also called floral waters, although more concentrated and microfiltered, are preservative-free and therefore more sensitive to temperature variations. To ensure better preservation of your hydrosol, we advise you to keep your bottles tightly closed and in the refrigerator.
- If necessary, this hydrosol can be diluted before use.


100% pure & natural, microfiltered, preservative-free

Packaging & storage

- Delivered in a blue PET bottle that is 100% recyclable and protects against UVs

- After opening, keep in a cool place and use within 6 months. Contains no preservatives.




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