Lilac Hydrosol

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Lilac Hydrosol

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Lilac Hydrosol


Light Cellar

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6531 Bowness Road Northwest
Calgary AB T3B 0E8


Lilac Hydrosol - Made In House - 120ml

Whispering Elegance in Petals: Delighting the Senses with the Enchanting Beauty and Fragrant Charms of Lilac Blooms

Our lilac hydrosol is not a by-product of essential oil manufacturing, but rather a whole hydrosol produced from the lilac flowers. This is a beautiful, high quality aromatic product suitable for therapeutic and internal use. 

It has a deep floral aroma, and can be sprayed on skin, face. It is refreshing, cooling and soothing and suitable for all skin types, even the most sensitive. Use directly on skin as it is very gentle and safe to use for those with allergies, scent irritations, acne and rosacea. The essential oil is used to scent perfumes, lotions, and soaps. 

It makes an excellent base for skin toners.

Lilacs are not toxic to humans, cats, or dogs. Safe for internal use and for use in cosmetic recipes. 

For culinary inspirations this may be used on its own to give a delightful, floral flavor to desserts and drinks of all kinds.

This hydrosol is also a fantastic ingredient for homemade cleaning solutions.

Use in baths, saunas, and humidifiers. Is antiseptic. Spray to freshen up a room and linens (spritzing sheets or when ironing).

Considered to be an extraordinary all-natural insect repellent. 

Safe to consume Internally: Enjoy by the drop, spritz and/or use 1 tsp - 1 Tbsp per serving. Add to teas, Elixirs, or desserts. Use topically or internally as inspired.

What are hydrosols?

Hydrosols are produced by distilling organic or wild-crafted fresh and dried plant materials into therapeutic and aromatic waters. All of our hydrosols that we make in-house are true hydrosols that result from the long and slow traditional distillation process using an alembic copper distiller from Portugal that is lead-free.

During the distillation, we do not separate the essential oils from the final product, so you can be assured that these hydrosol contain the full potency of the plant.  We prefer to use fresh plant material as this allows us to capture not just all the volatile components of the plant, but more importantly, the cellular water from the living plant. This cellular water is usually lost under the conventional high pressurized steam runs for essential oils, or absent when using only dried plant material. It is this cellular water, imbued with nutritious minerals, phytosterols, antioxidants, and countless other natural botanical chemicals, that imparts our hydrosols with the water-soluble aromatic and therapeutic properties of the plant.