Calendula, also known as marigold, is a common flower used in the treatment of various skin issues such as inflammation, burns, and wound healing. Calendula hydrosol is a natural floral water that is obtained through the distillation of calendula petals, and it possesses calming, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties.
The main constituents of calendula hydrosol include flavonoids, triterpenes, and flavonoid glycosides, which have various protective and reparative effects on the skin.
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Wash the calendula petals thoroughly and place them into the flower basket of the distiller. Add enough water to the water tank according to the instructions of the distiller.
Start the distiller and heat it up until the water in the water tank starts to boil. Then place the condenser tube of the distiller into a container that is ready to collect the calendula hydrosol.
Wait for about 30 minutes until the water in the distiller's water tank has completely evaporated, and the amount of collected calendula hydrosol reaches the desired level.
Filter the collected calendula hydrosol to remove any suspended petals or impurities.
Pour the calendula hydrosol into a clean glass bottle and label it with the date and ingredients used.
The less water added to the distiller, the more concentrated the collected calendula hydrosol will be.
Calendula hydrosol should be stored in a dry, cool, and dark place to maintain its best quality and shelf life.
Making calendula hydrosol is a simple process, and by using Hooloo essential oil distiller, you can easily obtain a natural and effective skincare product. The use of calendula hydrosol can calm the skin, reduce inflammation, and stimulate skin repair and regeneration, making it a great choice for skincare.