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Sunday, November 18, 2012




   
 Lavender Hydrosol is considered a full bodied, hydrotherapy with a PH 5.6-5.9 this is very close to neutral PH, 6.0-6.9. It is ideal for every skin type on a regular basis. Lavender has regenerative effects for skin care, on dry skin, thin skin, damaged or fragile skin it will not alter the PH of any other products you may already be using. Mist it on the face, neck and your hair for hydrotherapy in excessively dry atmospheres. Spray on your skin both before and after shaving, or hair removal, one example tweezing your eyebrows to reduce inflammation, to get a closer shave, and prevent ingrown hairs. Little girls love to have their own perfume, and this one will not cause allergies or skin reactions.
    Lemon Balm Hydrosol is a good antioxidant and anti-inflammatory, with a PH of 4.8-5.0, it is a mildly acidic distillate. The beneficial hydrotherapy for a facial toner is noted, as an ant aging and after-sun skincare regimen. It is a good skin clarifier and will calm rashes, irritations, and eczema. Lemon Balm as a mist will wash away dry flaky skin. The lemon scent will add a burst of sunshine to you day and counter act the effects of dark gloomy days, a mild anti-depressant for seasonal effective disorder.


   Clary Sage Hydrosol has a 5.5-5.7 PH and makes a lovely toner for your face. Mist clary sage on your face to bring a moist glow to your skin. It is astringent and toning in nature for oily skin types. Clary Sage hydrotherapy delivers mild antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory qualities for topical use.


    Rose Geranium Hydrosol I personally label a women’s best friend. It is noted as the favorite all around skin care hydrotherapy for everyone from the very young to the very old. Rose Geranium is a balancer and adaptagenic for oily skin, acne, dry, and sensitive skin. Rose Geranium’s hydrotherapy will protect from the effects of the environment, spray 2-3 times a day the adaptagenic properties in rose geranium will re hydrate your skin right over your make up and enhance a fresh moist glow to the face. On clean skin it is a great toner, with a PH of 4.9-5.2, it dissolves sebaceous oils which build in our pores, and bacteria feeds on causing acne. Rose Geranium hydrosol reverses fine lines and hydrates which is a very important second step in my hydrotherapy skincare line. It is effective anti- inflammatory on skin conditions with redness, such as broken capillaries, rosacea, and spider veins.
    Clarifying Toner has a PH ranging from 4.6-5.7, and is a combination of Lemon Balm, Clary Sage, and Rosemary. The hydrotherapy I designed for the Clarifying Toner, is minor acne and to keep your skin free of acne, rashes, and inflammation. It is a great combination for eczema, psoriasis, and any other form topical dermatitis. It is a soothing mist and the hydrotherapy is comforting. It is mild enough to spray on your eyes if they are itchy.


Jewelweed Topical with Ylang Ylang is prepared by herbal extraction, it is not a hydrosol, but I must list here for complicated acne. I add ylang ylang essential oil to this mix because it balances oil production by slowing down over active oil glands and activating sluggish oil glands. It is a good combination for oily T zone features. As an astringent apply over acne with a cotton ball or spay on our peppermint and tea tree soap, make a film or paste and smudge the combination over acne and let it dry. Use as needed, it will eliminate the redness in acne, dry up acne, without damaging the epidermis in the process of clarifying acne.
Jewelweed Topical Mist works well on acne and oily skin. As an astringent apply over acne with a cotton ball or spay on our peppermint and tea tree soap, make a film or paste and smudge the combination over acne and let it dry. Use as needed, it will eliminate the redness in acne, dry up acne, without damaging the epidermis in the process of clarifying acne. It also works on all itchy rashes which may occur on the face as well as body. It is an efficient anti-inflammatory and eliminates redness and swelling caused by allergies, etc.

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