Hydrosols are a byproduct of steam distillation and they’re used as an aromatherapy material.
They have many different uses, including their ability to dissolve essential oils into water or other liquids!
If you’re new to the world of natural healing then this article will help provide some basics on hydrocolloids so that your journey can begin today with replenishment from within first rather than externally applied chemicals without understanding how it works inside out like nature intended.
Hydrosols are the leftover water from distillation of plants.
They can be used for minor cooking burns, skincare purposes and more!
Origins of Hydrosols
Hydrosols are one of the most fascinating products in aromatherapy. Long before essential oils, hydroponic extracts were being used by ancient cultures all over!
In fact- according to an article written by Ann Harman for The National Association For Holistic Aromatherapy -the first evidence that we have seen points towards their existence around 1000 BC or more than 6 millennia ago!!
The use of stills has been around for centuries and it is no surprise that their benefits would expand with time.
This short history on Distillation by R.J Forbes speaks volumes about how the practice changed over human history, but one thing remains true: we still have these amazing tools at our disposal today!
Are All Hydrosols the Same?
Hydrosols are sometimes called geranium waters, floral waters or simply essential oil sprays. But they’re not all the same!
Some hydrosol may contain more than just plant matter – in fact some people actually use them as a cooking ingredient (not sure why?).
It’s important to know that there isn’t any set standard for what encompasses an aromatherapy “hydro” so you’ll find different names used depending on where your product will be sold and even within certain markets themselves: oudh/oude could mean identical things abroad but represent completely separate concepts here
The different names for hydrosols can be a bit confusing, but they all mean the same thing-water that has been enhanced with plant material.
You may have heard of them being called distillate water or floral waters and thought they were two separate things when in reality there is no difference between them other than context!
When researching which hydrosols are right for you, it’s important to remember that when the term ‘hydroson’ is used correctly it refers to water left over after distillation.
Oftentimes companies will sell floral waters or even flower ink mixed with alcohol as a result of this process – not actually what we want in our skin! The right hydrosol for you will depend on your needs.
Some people use them as natural cleaners, while others may want the health benefits that come from drinking it like juice or tea without having any sugar added!
How to Use Hydrosols
Hydrosols, so gentle and effective at doing delicate tasks where essential oils might be a bit overbearing.
The best part? You can find many uses for hydrolyzed plant matter in your home (like skincare or linen sprays)!
Meet Our Hydrosols
With so many natural options to choose from, you’re bound to find one that suits your needs. You’ll be excited about our newest arrivals: Rosemary and Frankincense!
1.Gyalabs Rosemary Hydrosols
Gyalabs Rosemary Hydrosol has an unique aroma that is often used to help stimulate the mind and increase alertness.
It also promotes skin health, leaving you with smooth beautiful locks all year long!
2.Gyalabs Frankincense Hydrosols
If you’re looking for a natural way to enhance your prayer, yoga or meditation routines then look no further than our Gya Labs Frankincense Hydrosol.
It will lend itself beautifully as it provides calmness and mental clarity that can be used alone during those sessions but is also great when combined with another one of our Gya labs hydration sprays such as lavender honey scripture mist!
You could even use this bottle both before bedtime by spraying some onto cotton pads stuck inside glasses frames so they are filled all night long while providing aromatherapy benefits too – How amazing does THAT sound?
3.Gya Labs Roman Chamomile Hydrosols
While it may seem like a small thing, the Romans love their chamomile and have been using this plant for centuries to treat everything from minor irritations all the way up through eczema.
Our Gyalabs Roman Hydrosol is perfect if you’re looking not just for comfort but also moisture in your skin- whether adult or pediatric!
This product will take care of you from teething to diaper irritation.
4.Gya Labs French Lavender Hydrosols
When you are feeling stressed, take some time for yourself with this gya labs french lavender hydrosol.
It has the ability to relax your body and mind while soothing dry skin at night!
5.Gya Labs Peppermint Hydrosols
Gya labs Peppermint Hydrosol is a refreshing and energizing option for those who suffer from hot flashes or hormonal changes.
It can also be used as an invigorating foot bath, spray or balm to leave your feet refreshed after long days!
6. Gya Labs Rose Hydrosols
The delicate rose garden scent of our Gyalabs Rose Hydrosol will bring a sense well-being and peace to the senses when used as an aid in bringing emotions back into balance, or just before leaving home for that perfect outdoor adventure.
You can also spray it on your clothes (or even around sensitive areas like diffusers) prior to going out so you are enveloped with its freshness all day long!
Now that you’ve heard a little bit about hydrosols, what is your favorite? We want to know in the comments below!