Lavender Hydrosol is traditionally used as a linen spray, on sheets before bed, or for spritzing the face or skin It can also be used for:
- Culinarily purposes; like Rose, Orange, or Lime water… or as a fruit and veggie wash.
- Cleaning; with a little soap, it cuts thru grime – makes a great surface and glass cleaner.
- Deodorizing; spray in the air.
- Quick emergency disinfecting – spray on, rub in, and let dry.
- Keeping mold at bay with its anti-fungal properties.
- Various birthing room purposes, such as a disinfecting wash and to soothe both mother and baby.
- Defusing in a humidifier or natural oils defuser.
- Final rinsing of cutting boards, putting its anti-bacterial properties to use.
- Hand sanitizing.
- Sunburn relief.
- Final rinsing on hand washable garments for fragrance.
- Washing your skunk-sprayed-dog in it. Forget the tomato juice, repeated washings will do the trick.
- Scrubbing out and as a final rinse on your hot tub. (pH 6.8)
- A mouth wash! Try it.
- Rinsing your tooth brush, or even your kitchen sponges.
- Spraying on and wiping down your yoga mat to sanitize.
- And so many other possibilities…
Bottles can be refilled. PLEASE TAKE NOTE – DO NOT clean the inside of your hydrosol bottle with anything (very important!), since residue bleach and soap can ruin the entire refill batch. Just put the lid on it to keep dirt and dust out once it is empty and bring it back when you are ready to refill. With it’s cleaning and disinfecting properties, no need to clean!
Refills – $13; or bring your own bottle to the store and we will fill it at $3.25/oz.
** Made by Lavender Lori