Calendula Single Farm Hydrosol
Laurel Skin’s organic Calendula Hydrosol is distilled by an artisan in the Pacific Northwest using copper stills. Calendula is a powerful skin-healing and soothing herb that is the perfect match for those with highly sensitive skin, reactive skin, a damaged lipid barrier, rosacea symptoms, or elemental skin damage. This herbal hydrosol smells of fresh cut grass or dried hay.
Laurel’s Tip: “Healing Calendula Hydrosol can be used for everything from bug bites and eczema to rosacea symptoms.”
HOW TO USE ITShake product well with each use and mist directly and generously onto clean skin, prior to a serum or balm.
CalendulaFull Ingredient List
Single-Plant and Single-Farmed Calendula Hydrosol*
ABOUT THIS BRAND
After rising in the ranks as a natural product formulator, Laurel occupies an industry category all her own. Plant Shaman might more aptly describe her almost mystical intuition and reverence for the healing power of the natural world. A former sommelier, she relies on her highly trained senses and deep knowledge of growing practices to craft therapeutic-grade, high-performance skincare. As a leader of the slow beauty movement, Laurel’s namesake brand, Laurel Skin, is the creative expression of her strongest conviction: that beauty should be a loving, ritualistic practice with the finest raw, organic, farm-sourced and handcrafted materials. She harvests her ingredients for her Laurel Skin products from organic farms within a 100-mile radius from her Northern California studio, ensuring that her oils and infusions, each vibrant in color and bursting with plant energy, meet her exacting standards for organic plant-based skincare products.
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Incredible as always
There is nothing better for your skin even if it's not sensitive. This mist (hydrosol) calms and refreshes your complexion. Smells fresh of calendula flowers. It's my 3rd or 4th bottle and I'll be purchasing it as far as Laurel will produce it.