Yarrow Hydrosol: Soothing antiseptic for skin irritation

June 10, 2015

Yarrow Hydrosol: Soothing antiseptic for skin irritation

Yarrow Hydrosol gives you almost instant relief for itching, burns, sunburn pain, skin irritation, rashes, poison oak, and poison ivy.

Our Yarrow Hydrosol:

  • Is 100% pure from nature and cannot be synthetically manufactured.
  • Relieves a variety of skin conditions and promote emotional balance.
  • Is an excellent facial toner to clean, clear, and shrink pores, and tighten the skin.
  • Can calm sunburn, reduce razor bumps and burn, soothe diaper rash pain almost instantly, clear acne, reduce redness, and relieve itching.
  • Can be spritzed on clothes to freshen them in between washings.
  • Is a fantastic air cleansers and purifiers.
We love hydrosols! And we really want to share how special they are with you. These healing waters offer therapeutic benefits and are delivered in a gentle and safe format. So, we're highlighting a different hydrosol each month and offering a 15% discount so that you too can add the magic of hydrosols to your day. We are adding new varieties to our collection constantly. Check back for more! View our hydrosol collection.  |  Check the homepage for the hydrosol of the month!


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