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Lemon Balm Hydrosol

$25.00
$25.00
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Lemon Balm Hydrosol

$25.00
$25.00
Shipping calculated at checkout.
AROMATIC NOTES
Soft, sweet and lemon with minty after notes

AROMATIC STRENGTH
Medium/Strong

ENERGETICS
Joyful, lively, integrity

AN ALLY FOR
  • Clarifying and cleansing the skin
  • Soothing for poison oak or poison ivy, rashes or insect bites
  • Physically and mentally calming
  • Evoking focus and concentration
  • Encouraging healthy digestion and appetite
  • Great for children as a calming agent for fits, tantrums and meltdowns
  • Easing symptoms of morning sickness, digestive upsets and water retention during pregnancy
  • Can be used for baby care; room and bedding spray; diluted for diaper rash and redness.

MAIN COMPONENTS
Geraniol, Linalool, Citronellol

HOW TO USE
Mist generously onto your face, neck and chest. Allow it to absorb while you inhale deeply and let it work its magic. While skin is still dewy, apply a thin layer of the Zen Cream or Youth Serum to revitalize your entire being. Use the Lemon Balm Hydrosol as often as needed throughout the day to restore and invigorate your mind and skin alike.
PRO TIP: Use the Lemon Balm as a body deodorizer or hair styling balm for an energetic lift.

HAIR + SCALP
Spritz onto your hair and scalp and gently massage to stimulate blood flow and restoration. This hydrosol can be soothing for eczema dandruff, rashes and psoriasis.

AROMATHERAPY
Enhance your bath experience and create a soothing atmosphere by adding this hydrosol to your diffuser. Lemon balm is joyful and lively. It helps one to digest difficult situations or experiences with integrity and ease.

FOR THE FAMILY
Lemon Balm is an excellent hydrosol to use for the entire family. It has many useful applications for all ages. Mist liberally above one's head as a "magical plant fairy mist" to ease tantrums, emotional fits or bedtime meltdowns. It provides a soothing aromatic mist for bed linens and blankets. Lemon Balm is a supportive digestive tonic, great for nausea, upset stomach and anxiety jitters. Dilute and use for diaper rash, minor irritations and redness.

IN THE KITCHEN
The Lemon Balm Hydrosol has a pleasantly sweet and citrusy flavor. It adds a bosst to ice teas, salad dressings, mocktails and desserts. You can learn more about how to use your hydrosols in the kitchen here.


INGREDIENTS
Undiluted Lemon Balm Hydrosol

Botanical Name: Melissa officinalis
Origin: Ojai, California, USA
Method: Hydrodistillation
Parts Used: Leaves and flowers

1.7oz (50ml)

Store your hydrosol in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight and heat. For a refreshing cooling mist, store it in the refrigerator. If irritation occurs, discontinue use. Use within 12-16 months of the distillation date to ensure the freshest experience.
WHAT IS A HYDROSOL?

Hydrosols, also known as hydrolats, distillates or floral waters, are aqueous products of steam or hydrodistillation. They are liquid suspensions of essential oils, plant acids, and water-soluble compounds.

As they are naturally acidic, these aromatic waters protect and repair the skin while providing nourishment and balance. They offer a wide range of uses from skincare to aromatherapy, energetic and emotional support to full body tonics.

You can learn more about GARA hydrosols here.

HOW DO I USE MY HYDROSOL?

Using a copper alembic still and fresh plant materials, we craft our hydrosols through the process of slow distillation. Each GARA hydrosol possesses a unique set of attributes and uses.

  • Mist onto face, neck and chest after cleansing or anytime your skin needs an extra boost.
  • Aura or aromatherapy mist
  • Hair and scalp tonic
  • As cooling mist and after-sun spray
  • Added to baths and foot soaks
  • Added to clay masks in place of water
  • As a linen or room spray
  • Believed to be safe for children as a calming agent and to ease tantrums, scabby knees and bug bites

You can learn about all of the ways to use your hydrosol here. You can also explore our Hydrosol Journal here for new recipes, ritual ideas and more.

PRODUCT LIFE

Hydrosols are naturally acidic and are fairly well-preserved. You can enjoy their benefits for an extended period of time if you store your hydrosol properly. These exquisite creations remain potent and viable for 12-18 months after their distillation date.

Store your GARA products in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight or prolonged exposure to heat to maintain potency. 

Visit our FAQ page for more product information.

RETURNS + SHIPPING

Each product is lovingly handmade, crafted with care and attention to detail. As a result of this meticulous process, we do not accept returns or provide refunds unless the item is damaged or defective upon arrival. Our primary goal is to ensure your satisfaction with both your experience and your purchase.

If you have any questions or concerns about your items upon receiving them, please reach out to us at info@garaskincare.com. We are here to address any queries and provide assistance.

View all of our policies here.

WANT TO LEARN MORE?

Explore our ever expanding Journal here. We cover a wide range of topics from CBD to hydrosols, aromatherapy to rituals, you may find something interesting and unexpected.

Need help? Please feel free to reach out! We would be happy to make a product recommendation or answer any question you may have.

You can send us an email directly hello@garaskincare.com or send us a message on our website here.

LEARN MORE ABOUT HYDROSOLS

The Allure of Copper Alembic Stills: Crafting Hydrosols at Home

The Allure of Copper Alembic Stills: Crafting Hydrosols at Home

Embracing the art of hydrosol distillation with a copper alembic still is not just a journey into...

Unlocking the Power of Hydrosols: Nature as Medicine

Unlocking the Power of Hydrosols: Nature as Medicine

As we journey through the annals of herbal medicine, let us not forget the enduring power of hydr...

Hydrosols or Essenital Oils?

Hydrosols or Essenital Oils?

The choice between hydrosols and essential oils depends on your intended use and the desired effe...

How is a hydrosol made?

The production of our hydrosols begins with fresh plant materials, such as aromatic herbs, flowers, or other botanicals, which are suitable to the distillation process.

During distillation, steam is passed through the plant material, causing the release of various volatile compounds, including essential oils, plant acids, and water-soluble constituents. The resulting vapor, a mixture of water and these aromatic and bioactive components, is then condensed and collected as the hydrosol. 

If you are interested in learning how to make your own hydrosols, we host live distillation workshops seasonally. Sign up for our newsletter here to stay up to date on our workshop offerings.

You can also learn more about how we make our hydrosols here.

Where can I learn more about the distillation process?

Join us in person for a distillation workshop!

This enchanting seasonal offering will awaken your senses and connect you to the natural world and the alchemical process that unfolds during distillation.

Learn more and sign up here.

How do I use my hydrosol in the kitchen?

While hydrosols are primarily known for their external uses and aromatic benefits today, they were originally prescribed as daily tonics in many ancient herbal traditions.

Many hydrosols are not only medicinal but also delicious and aromatic, boasting subtle, natural flavors that can be an enticing addition to water. Incorporating hydrosols into mocktails provides a delightful and refreshing beverage, enhancing hydration while offering a unique and alcohol-free experience. 

It is crucial to emphasize that not all hydrosols are safe for internal use, and it is wise to consult with a knowledgeable herbalist or healthcare practitioner to ensure safety and effectiveness.

You can learn more about how to use your hydrosol in the kitchen here.

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