👉🏻 Apply the hydrosol blend with a cleansing pad - washable Eucalyptus base type selected in our store - or spray directly on the face previously removed and cleansed. 👉🏻 Pour 1 squeeze of facial oil onto your fingertips onto the moistened skin to warm it slightly, massage gently onto your face. This treatment can be practiced before your usual day cream.
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Délicatesse Facial Routine
Discover the delicacy face routine of Essenciagua, a perfect alliance of organic essential oils and vegetable oils designed to soothe and repair sensitive skin. This care ritual includes a delicate face oil (30 ml) and a mixture of balanced hydrosols (250 ml), forming a soft and effective routine for your skin.
The delicacy face oil, labeled 'Biogarantie', is enriched with organic essential oils of Roman chamomile and fine lavender, recognized for their calming and restorative properties. Organic vegetable oils from Macadamia and sweet almond nourish the skin deeply, leaving it flexible and revitalized.
Use the balance of balanced hydrosols every morning and evening to gently clean your face. Then apply the delicacy face oil to hydrate and soothe your skin, before applying your usual day cream. This routine will bring immediate comfort to sensitive skin, while offering them the nourishing and repairing benefits of natural oils and hydrosols
A Little History
The use of essential oils began long before our time, in Ancient Egypt. Their use was sacred, with medicine linked to a belief in magic and symbols. At that time, essential oils were used in several fields: medicine, perfumery, cosmetics and embalming.
The Egyptians practiced a crude form of distillation, using maceration and wringing. Today, Egyptian civilization is considered the creator of essential oils. It influenced many cultures and civilizations, bringing its medical know-how to Greece, the Roman Empire and the whole Mediterranean basin.
Essential oils are aromatic substances extracted from plants through a process of steam distillation - or cold pressing (citrus). Both methods can be used to produce oils, but steam distillation is more commonly used. Plants are hand-picked and harvested when their essential oil concentration is highest. The method chosen depends on the plant used and the desired quality of the essential oil.
Cold pressing involves pressing the fruit or leaves to mechanically extract essential oils, in some cases called "essences". Pressing does not produce hydrosols.
For steam distillation, the plants are packed into a still. Steam passes through them, carrying the volatile aromatic compounds in a gaseous state. The loaded steam passes through the swan neck to a cooling coil immersed in cold water.
Distillation then produces a distillate which settles by density difference, separating into essential oil and hydrolat (or floral water). The hydrolat contains a small amount of essential oil.