60 ml / 2 oz
Botanical source: Citrus aurantium subsp. amara
Plant part used: The fresh flowers
Production: Cultivated and certified organic
Extraction method: Water distillation of the fresh flowers
Note: Neroli is actually the oil or floral water (hydrosol) of bitter orange flowers. It is so called after the celebrated princess of Nerola in the Italian Renaissance because of her lavish, extravagant use of bitter-orange flower oil and hydrosol as perfume. For the record, the princess' real name was Anna Maria de La Tremoille.
Fragrance profile: Neroli hydrosol has a luscious, sweet-floral fragrance with lyrical fruit and honeysuckle top notes. This is one of the 'wet,' very hydrating floral waters.
Fragrance properties: Uplifting, clearing, euphoric
Skin care: Neroil hydrosol is wonderful for hydrating delicate or sensitive skin.
Use: Mist freely around the face and neckline. For skin care, give a cotton ball about five sprays and apply to face and neckline. Use after cleansing and follow with a natural, high-quality moisturizer such one of our organic facial serums.