Nettle Hydrosol, made up of herb called ‘Bichhu Booti or Stinging Nettle’ makes use of wildly grown plants. It has a tinge of sweet aroma, and is almost colorless liquid.
- It increases blood flow of scalp nerves, which helps with stronger hair.
- It stimulates hair growth as well.
- It balances pH of scalp and skin, both and act as a toner as well.
- It provides hydration and help keeping oil production in control.
- It helps with shine/glow restoration and prevents pre-mature hair greying.
How can you use –
1. For face- Close your eyes and spray it on your face at a distance. Let it get absorbed a bit, and then apply moisturiser/oil.
2. For hair- Spray on your scalp and hair length every night/alternate night. Follow up with hair oil on damp hair, when needed.
3. Patch test recommended.
4. Store the bottle in a cool place, away from sunlight. You can refrigerate it as well.
Net Weight: 100ml
We don’t add preservatives to our hydrosols from our side so the shelf life is short. To prolong the shelf life, we recommend hydrosols be stored in the refrigerator from the time of purchase.
Frequently Asked Question:
Question 1. What is hydrosol?
Hydrosols are often confused with essential oils, since both are formed by the same process of steam distillation. But they are different. When plant material is steamed in the water, what comes on the surface is essential oils, and what stays behind is hydrosol. This has aromatic properties, and scent almost similar to their essential oils.
Question 2. Is using hydrosol a better option than using essential oils?
First of all, it is important to understand the difference between hydrosol and essential oils. Hydrosol is the by-product, while making essential oils. And then, Hydrosols are very light, unlike essential oils that are highly concentrated. So Yes, Hydrosol is a better choice, because Water soluble molecules are the most easily absorbed.
Question 3. How frequently can we use nettle hydrosol?
For oil control, you can use it daily 2 hours before sleeping or going out. Otherwise, you can use it before oiling or masking as well. Since it can be used as an activator for your hair mask or face mask, you can use it while doing the same.
Question 4. What are the unique benefits that nettle offer?
Nettle is one of the under rated plant material, that gives you some surprising benefits. Some of them are mentioned above. Nettle also reduces inflammation. It is a powerhouse for many nutrients, such as Vitamin A, C and K, as well as several B vitamins, Calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, etc. Nettle help in combating hair loss, it also helps in hair re-growth. It also acts as natural astringent, tightener for the skin. Nettle Hydrosol regulates natural sebum production, treats acne, and promotes flawless skin.
Question 5. How does Nettle smell?
Some hydrosol can smell awfully bad, while some other smell just like there herbs. While some have a very strong smell, and some don’t have any fragrance at all. Nettle hydrosol is the one, which doesn’t smell significantly. It has very less fragrance which is easily bearable.