Roman Chamomile Hydrosol

Roman Chamomile Hydrosol

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 Distilled from the flowers of the Anthemis nobilis plant, Roman Chamomile Hydrosol is excellent for soothing uncomfortable, irritated skin. It's gentle enough for the whole family and is an excellent choice for baby care. The calming, moisturizing properties of this hydrosol can help with irritation in the diaper area, or lightly mist your baby's bedding to promote a sense of calmness with its soft and subtle grounding aroma. It can also support mothers during and after pregnancy by helping calm soreness and discomfort in the breast area.


Roman Chamomile Hydrosol is also a great choice for refreshing, toning, and cleansing the face. Its slightly astringent qualities are particularly helpful for oily skin prone to breakouts.

Hydrosols are the aromatic remains following a plant’s steam distillation process. They consist entirely of cellular botanical water, which includes unique water-loving (hydrophilic) compounds that provide each hydrosol with distinct characteristics and benefits. While sharing many commonalities with their essential oil counterpart, their molecular makeup is unique enough that hydrosols often have very different aromatic profiles compared to the oil.

Made from 100% naturally-derived ingredients, this product includes 98% organic Roman Chamomile hydrosol. To ensure the safety of this product and prevent microbial growth, 2% preservative is added (Leuconostoc/Radish Root Ferment Filtrate & Water).

How to use

To help calm irritated, dry, or itchy skin, spray the hydosol directly onto the area(s) of concern or soak a cotton round or clean cloth in the hydrosol and apply where needed.

Remove makeup or clean skin by first massaging your favorite carrier oil gently onto your face. Add the hydrosol to a cotton round and wipe away the oil, makeup, and other impurities, while helping to refresh and tone.

Spray onto bedding and linens to promote calmness.

Hydrosols are often used in creating body and bath products, room sprays, and linen mists. They are also popular for use in other herbal preparations.