Tulsi (Holy Basil) HydrosolRegular price $18.00 Save $-18.00
One of the key things to know about Greta Aguirre is that she raises every plant she uses in her skincare line herself, from seed. She literally has her hands on her products at every step.
The care shows.
Her products are gentle, effective and beautiful. Hydrosols are one of Greta's favorite things, so we're happy to feature the Tulsi version here.
Hydrosols -- also called "hydrolates," "essential waters," or "plant waters" -- are solutions of distilled plant material. They are water-based medicine, full of antioxidants that help protect from environmental pollutants, restore PH balance and tone, and fortify the skin with nutrients and deep hydration. Hydrosols are safe and potent treatments for all manners of skin issues, with an added element of natural magic.
Greta produces small-batch, fresh-plant, low-temperature hydrosols in copper alembic stills to ensure the safe transfer of each plant's aromatic and therapeutic properties. In addition to each of her hydrosols specific topical benefits, she believes the essential waters remember the innate intelligence of the plants into all matter of dark crevices, delivering lost light to the soul!
Use them whenever you like to enjoy the gentle goodness hydrosols bring to Body, Mind, and Spirit!
Tulsi (Holy Basil) Hydrosol
In the Hindu tradition, every part of the Tulsi plant, even the soil around it, is considered sacred. This holiest of herbs awakens the mind and opens the heart. Mist our Tulsi Hydrosol with its sweet-yet-spicy clove-like aroma, to purify, decongest, and balance your skin.
Ingredients: Tulsi (Ocimum Tenuflorium) Hydrosol.
Directions: Use as often as desired to refresh, tone, and hydrate. When using during skincare routine, it's best to use hydrosol after cleansing and before applying serum. This step helps maximize the benefits for both the hydrosol and the serum.
Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight to maintain quality and preserve potency.
Greta explains more about this remarkable plant here:
And you can also watch her make this hydrosol on her farm...