Neroli Floral Water

Neroli oil is plant oil produced from the blossom of the bitter orange tree. Its scent is sweet, honeyed and somewhat metallic, whereas bergamot, being rich in linalool (which is the main component in lavender), has more of an aromatic, soft florally.

By the end of the 17th century Anne Marie Orsini, duchess of Bracciano and princess of Nerola, Italy, introduced the essence of bitter orange tree as a fashionable fragrance by using it to perfume her gloves and her bath. Since then, the term "neroli" has been used to describe this essence. Neroli has a refreshing and distinctive, spicy aroma with sweet and flowery notes.

It is one of the most widely used floral oils in perfumery. It is a nontoxic, nonirritant, non-sensitizing, non-phototoxic substance. More than 12% of all modern quality perfumes use neroli as their principal ingredient. It blends well with any citrus oil, various floral absolutes, and most of the synthetic components available on the market. Neroli oil is a classic element in fragrance design and one of the most commonly used in the industry.

Neroli water is one of the most widely used floral water in perfumery. Neroli hydro late is also used in flavors (alimentary) where it has a limited use. Neroli essential oil is edible, and is a rumored ingredient of Coca Cola if one is to believe any of the "secret" recipes which have surfaced over the years.

Neroli floral water may benefit scars, stretch marks, thread veins, mature and sensitive skin, tones the complexion, and reduces the look and creation of wrinkles. It is helpful for palpitations, poor circulation, diarrhea (chronic), colic, flatulence, spasm, nervous dyspepsia, anxiety, depression, nervous tension, and shock.

Neroli is a wonderful treatment for delicate, sensitive or oily skin because it is so astringent. Use it pure as a toner or for face mask with clay and honey for the ultimate skincare luxury.

It has been used for thousands of years on the eastern side of the Mediterranean to wash the hands of honored guests before meals, in a timeless ritual of welcome and respect. Neroli is said to have antidepressant, antiseptic, digestive and tonic properties. It has also been used to help relieve anxiety, fear and shock and is promoted for its skin health and rejuvenation properties.

Neroli is also a major anti stress and calming agent, and it is mildly sedative to the central nervous system without causing sleepiness. It stops caffeine jitters and the effects of overindulgence rapidly. This is the choice for hysterics in children, babies and even adults and is a wonderful treatment for sudden shock.

Benefit & Uses: Neroli Hydro late is amazing. We loving this product here at Medicine Flower, The beautiful scent of Citrus aurantium are potent and last for hours on your clothes and skin. This product is also food-grade.

For dry skin conditions can be revived and moisturized with a refreshing, light application of this pure cleansing and balancing water.

This pure alcohol-free distillate derived from water-soluble plant components is a gentle, cleaning skin tonner that is particularly suitable for younger or oily skin.

Looking for a cleanser and make-up remover that are especially suited to younger skin, its gentle astringent and conditioning qualities, Neroli floral water is perfect for this application.


Neroli is often used in perfumes for its pleasant scent. It has also found a home in aromatherapy where it has been studied for its calming effects. But it also has circulatory stimulation properties, anti-microbial effects and anti-oxidant. Used as part of a daily skin care routine, neroli improves elasticity, stimulates new cell growth, reduces fine veins and dilated capillary beds while , softening wrinkles and scars. Stable in sun exposed situations; Neroli is the perfect base for other skin actives because it increases blood flow and does not degrade with heat or UV exposure. It is also helps relieve under eye circles, balances oil production, cleans dirt, bacteria, and unclogs pores.


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