They are product of the distillation process to produce essential oils, and contain micronized droplets of essential oil suspended in the water. Their smell can be pungent and earthy, but not unpleasant, sometimes not similar to the plant they originally came. As the hydrolats are mainly water, they are gentle and safe to use, easy to apply and absorbed. They are used in skin and wellness treatments, laundry, and for animals as insect repellents.

Lavender stoechas hydrolat

Calendula arvensis hydrolat

Rosemary hydrolat