Synergies

Synergies

Massage oils

Massage oils

Pocket roll-on’s

Pocket roll-on’s

Essential oils

Essential oils

Vegetable oils

Vegetable oils

Blossom waters

Blossom waters

Aroma sprays

Aroma sprays

Diffusers

Diffusers

Gifts & kits

Gifts & kits

Blossom waters

Physalis Bio blossom waters (= hydrolates) are extremely rich in water-soluble aromatic molecules and trace elements. They have a subtle scent and are soft, natural (facial) lotions. This makes them perfectly suited for the care of sensitive skin.

Cornflower water

Cornflower water

Cornflower water is as delicate as the flower it contains. Ideal for removing...
Cornflower water is as delicate as the flower it contains. Ideal for removing...

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Lavender water

Lavender water

Lavender water is a mild blossomwater, traditionally used on red or sensitive skin....
Lavender water is a mild blossomwater, traditionally used on red or sensitive skin....

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Orange blossom water

Orange blossom water

Spray orange blossom water in the room for a soothing effect. Use it...
Spray orange blossom water in the room for a soothing effect. Use it...

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Rose water

Rose water

The queen of flower waters! This soothing water is often used as a...
The queen of flower waters! This soothing water is often used as a...

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Witch hazel water

Witch hazel water

Witch hazel water is suitable for use on young and greasy skin. It...
Witch hazel water is suitable for use on young and greasy skin. It...

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Blossom waters

Blossom waters

Physalis uses slow and full steam distillation at a low pressure. The steam is conducted through a distillation tank filled with the plants (leaves, flowers, etc.). The plant cells burst open and the volatile, aromatic essences within are carried by the steam and condense after cooling. This results in the creation of two end products. First, there is the hydrolate: water containing water-soluble aromatic molecules. But there is also the plant's essential oil: non water-soluble aromatic molecules, which are (mostly) lighter than water. The oil floats on surface of the water and is decanted.

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