Peppermint Organic Hydrolat, 200ml

€ 8,90

Experience relief and comfort with this Organic Peppermint Hydrolat. Its cooling and soothing qualities make it a great first aid option for bug bites, stings and itchy skin, as well as jetlag and excessive heat. Spray the whole body in cases of sunburn or hot flashes, use as a digestive aid, and for soothing headaches and migraines. Click on usage tips to see its fresh benefits!

Circulatory -  beneficial for the system that moves blood through the body (heart, arteries, and veins)
Anti-inflammatory - reduces inflammation and swelling
Carminative - settles the digestive system 
Refreshing - gives new strength or energy to the body; reinvigorate
Analgesic - pain reliver
Skin tonic - refreshes and revitalizes the skin
Astringent - tightens the tissues, reduces fluid loss

More information

Latin name: Mentha piperita
Origin: France
Distilled part: Upper parts
Extraction method: Steam distillation
Quality: 100% pure & natural, microfiltered, preservative-free
Cultivation method: Organic farming

Usage tips

Product for food use.

- Spray it on sunburned skin, heat rash, rashes, bug bites, and itching.

- Use it undiluted in a compress on the forehead for headaches and migraines; spray the forehead and temples several times a day.

- Spray the whole body in cases of sunburn or hot flashes

- Spray the forearms with peppermint hydrosol to provide immediate refreshment on a hot day.

- Incase of shingles, herpes or chicken pox, spray the affected area, and drink 2-3 tablespoons diluted in water.

- During long car trips or air flights, spray your legs and face from time to time and feel the invigorant sensation

- Peppermint hydrosol is an effective aid for concentration when studying or writing, as it calms and cools the nerves while stimulating the brain. Spray your face, chest and above your head.

- Make ice cubes with the hydrosol and place a mint leaf in each cube for a special treat in your preferred drink.

- Gives a fresh taste to fruit sallads and chocolate desserts.

- Add 1 teaspoon of hydrosol to green or black tea to give it a minty taste.

- Spray on your lemon sherbet dessert.

Precautions for use

- Avoid with children less than 3 years old.
- 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

- Aroflora 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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